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4-hour Online Course by John Singer
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Entity Relationship modeling and relational databases have dominated the IT scene since the '80s, becoming the de facto standard approach for data persistence. However, the ubiquitous relational database has waned with the advent of NoSQL and big data technologies. Today’s data architect must master a new database technology – graph database – that has emerged with a solid set of use cases based on mathematical graph theory and graph algorithms.

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This online course will provide an overview of property graph database technology and teach the student how to translate business requirements to a property graph database design that can be implemented on any modern property graph database.

You will learn:
  • To understand property graphs as a new database model
  • To compare and contrast property graphs with other database models
  • To understand how a graph database fits into the overall data ecosystem
  • How to properly design a property graph data model
  • Property Graph database modeling and design best practices for entity definition, relationship definition, and modeling complex objects
This course is geared towards:
  • Data Architects that need to understand how graph database fits into the overall persistence architecture
  • DBA’s and Data modelers expanding into graph database
  • Data Science and Data analysts interacting with graph databases
  • Big Data Managers and decision makers

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