Hot Tech: Graph Databases explained
I do monthly LinkedIn Events. So this month I decided to do my hot tech blog as a LinkedIn Event.
Graph databases are purpose-built to store and navigate relationships. A graph database stores nodes and relationships instead of tables, or documents. Data is stored just like you might sketch ideas on a whiteboard.
If you're still wondering what is so special about graph databases listen to my recorded LinkedIn Event:
- What is a graph database
- Use Cases
- Why graph data platforms make these use cases so much easier to enable
Neo4j participated in the event and shared use case that their world class platform enabled.
"Neo4js is the most popular graph database. Neo4j is an open source graph database and follows the labeled property graph model. The key elements of Neo4j database are nodes, relationships, properties, and labels." Jul 10, 2019 (Google search for "What is the most popular graph database?")