Most of the time, when people think about a NoSQL Database, they think about document databases. One of the coolest yet most overlooked NoSQL database paradigms is a graph database. Graph databases allow users to model relationships with arbitrary complexity–something that’s difficult to do in document databases or even tabular databases. Graphs are common in applications like social networking and logistics, but they work for many other kinds of workloads too.
In this webinar, we’ll look at the core concepts of a graph database, the intended use, and a working example that shows how Azure Cosmos DB implements a graph database.
Presenter: Blaize Stewart – Microsoft Azure MVP
Blaize is a Microsoft Azure MVP, Microsoft Certified Trainer, and Partner Cloud Solution Architect with Microsoft. Blaize has been interested in software development since childhood. He wrote his first commercial app while still in high school. Since that time, Blaize has had diverse experience in all things IT ranging from a network administrator to a software architect and everything in between.
The following Atmosera team members are attending the event: