Graph database vendors are broadening their applications by adding enterprise-focused features to help customers who are dealing with the burdens of huge troves of business-critical… Read More »Graph Databases Gaining Enterprise-Ready Features
With online learning becoming the norm, many teachers in the U.S. use an instructional content platform called Newsela to assign reading to their students. The platform delivers… Read More »Your Life Is A Graph, Look At It That Way
As someone who has spent his entire career in open source, I’ve been closely following how open source is being used to fight the Covid-19 global pandemic.… Read More »The power of open source to fight Covid-19
For more than three years, at DZD (Deutsches Zentrum für Diabetesforschung), the German Centre for Diabetes Research, we have been using graph software to help our… Read More »Using graphs to develop a deeper understanding of COVID-19
Summary Graph database market standout, Neo4j, has introduced Neo4j for Graph Data Science, a set of tools designed to facilitate the creation of predictive algorithms… Read More »Analyst Commentary: Neo4j looks to break down barriers between graph analysis and data science
Relational databases are found almost in every conceivable business scenario, and SQL is arguably the de-facto standard of accessing data from database systems. With the… Read More »Relational Databases vs Graph Databases
The kind of information that we’re going to look at that we’d like to be able to represent and look at is some entity A… Read More »How does a graph database differ from a relational database?