Graph Databases and DBMSs (Anna Turu Pi, et al)

 
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Graph Databases and DBMSs (Anna Turu Pi, et al)

Data relationships frequently resemble a web far more than an organized set of rows and columns. When it comes to extracting important insights from intricate, interrelated data like demographics, financial records, or computer networks, graph databases excel.

This book compares graph databases to the major DBMSs in order to identify the use cases that they are better suited for. Neo4j, the industry leader in graph database technology, and SQL Server, one of the top three DBMSs according to DB-Engines, have both created databases using the same data set to demonstrate their effectiveness.

It clarifies the development and use of graph databases in practical applications. You'll learn how to select the best database options for your needs and how to put your new skills to use by creating nimble, adaptable, and powerful graph-powered applications.

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