The Definitive Guide
Graph Databases for
This ebook introduces RDBMS developers to a new technology that leverages data connections like never before: the graph database.
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Enterprise AI for IT Ops: 5-Minute Interview with Clayton Ching, Global Head of Customer Success at Digitate
"I believe everyone in the IT ops space is going to have to implement graph data a lot sooner than they think," said Clayton Ching, Global Head of Customer Success at Digitate. IT operations is complex, with thousands of systems and connections and dependencies between those systems. Overlay the businessRead More
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