Neo4j - A Graph Project Story (Editions D-BookeR)
Monday, 27 May 2019

This book starts with a brief introduction to Neo4j and its query language, CYPHER, before moving on to how to set up a real life project based on Neo4j, from the proof of concept to an operating production-grade graph database. Authors Sylvain Roussy, Nicolas Mervaillie, and Nicolas Rouyer focus on methodology, integrations with existing systems, performance, monitoring and security. The format of the book is that the authors tell you a story, a graph project story, where the protagonists are members of a technical team who specializes in the representation and manipulation of strongly connected data. The plot starts when a client come in with his project. You will attend their working sessions and see how they develop the project, fight over approaches, and ultimately solve the problems they encounter.

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Authors: Sylvain Roussy, Nicolas Mervaillie, and Nicolas Rouyer
Publisher: Editions D-BookeR
Date: May 2019
Pages: 298
ISBN: 978-2822707473
Print: 2822707472
Kindle: B07RL8B19Z
Audience: Developers interested in graph databases
Level: Intermediate
Category: Data Science

For recommendations of data mining books see Reading Your Way Into Big Data in our Programmer's Bookshelf section.

 

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