Noodling on NoSQL: Thoughts on Multi-Structured Data Management
MAR 5, 2013 8:50am ET

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Social Graphs and Applied NoSQL Solutions

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Recent postings have been more about the “theory” behind the wonderful world of NoSQL and less about how to implement a solution with a NoSQL platform. Well it’s about time that I changed that. This posting will be about how the graph structure and graph databases in particular can be an excellent “applied solution” of NoSQL technologies.

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The diversity of enterprise use cases of graph databases are expanding beyond traditional graph natural applications like fraud detection, network management and geospatial. Master Data Management, Access Control, and Content Management are few examples. It is exciting to see its adoption.

O'Reilly has a new book on Graph Databases (graphdatabases.com).

Posted by Aileen A | Tuesday, March 05 2013 at 1:44PM ET
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