Neo4j is the leading graph database platform that drives innovation and competitive advantage at Airbus, Comcast, eBay, NASA, UBS, Walmart and more. Thousands of community deployments and more than 300 customers harness connected data with Neo4j to reveal how people, processes, locations and systems are interrelated.
Using this relationships-first approach, applications built using Neo4j tackle connected data challenges including artificial intelligence, fraud detection, real-time recommendations and master data.
You will learn about the differences between a relational data model and a graph property model. Then, you will learn about the components of the Neo4j Graph Platform and how to set up your development environment for learning Cypher, the query language used for a Neo4j database (a graph). Agenda
- What is a Graph Database
- The Neo4j Graph Platform
- Cypher Queries
- Creating Nodes and Relationships in the Graph
- Indexes and Query Best Practices