Exploring Graph Databases
With chapters selected by Dave Bechberger and Josh Perryman
  • January 2021
  • ISBN 9781617299674
  • 107 pages
Graph databases naturally reveal the connections within data, delivering unique insights faster and with less effort than traditional relational databases. Your eye-opening exploration of this value-driving data powerhouse begins with this free mini ebook: Exploring Graph Databases.

About the book

Exploring Graph Databases showcases chapters from three Manning books, chosen by authors and graph database gurus Dave Bechberger and Josh Perryman. In the first chapter, you’ll jump right into building a graph data model hands-on, following a tried-and-true four-step process. Next, you’ll appreciate how graphs and machine learning work hand-in-hand to transform raw data into powerful, actionable wisdom as you explore several real-world applications. In the final chapter, you’ll get familiar with GraphQL, a popular, high-utility query language, as you perform various tasks using its feature-rich, interactive, in-browser IDE. Begin discovering the strengths and benefits of graph databases and their applications with this packed (and free!) primer.

What's inside

  • “Graph data modeling” – Chapter 2 from Graph Databases in Action by Dave Bechberger and Josh Perryman
  • “Graphs in Machine Learning Applications” – Chapter 3 from Graph-Powered Machine Learning by Alessandro Negro
  • “Exploring GraphQL APIs” – Chapter 2 from GraphQL in Action by Samer Buna

About the author

Dave Bechberger and Josh Perryman have decades of experience building complex data-driven systems and have worked with graph databases since 2014.

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