Category Archives: Topics related to Graph Databases and Compute, Linked Data (RDF)

Graph Computation and Analytics

The Graph APIs (BluePrint, Jena, SAIL)  discussed in my post Manipulating Graph are good for creating and updating the graph databases (Property Graph and RDFs).  At a level higher than the Graph API’s, technology such as Gremlin (or Cypher for Neo4J) which … Continue reading

Posted in Topics related to Graph Databases and Compute, Linked Data (RDF) | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Manipulating Graphs

In my earlier post on Graph Database I discussed two types of Graph Models – Property Graph Model and RDF Model. In this post I will discuss the APIs standards that are available for manipulating graph model. Property Graph API … Continue reading

Posted in Topics related to Graph Databases and Compute, Linked Data (RDF) | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

RDF Serialization and Triplestores

In my earlier post  on Graph Databases I introduce RDF.  Briefly, RDF  is a language for expressing data models using statements expressed as triples. Each statement is composed of a subject, a predicate, and an object. RDF adds several important concepts … Continue reading

Posted in Topics related to Graph Databases and Compute, Linked Data (RDF) | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Properties of Graph Databases

Two key properties of Graph Databases Graph Storage Native graph storage describe graph database which is optimized and designed for storing and managing graphs. Not all graph database technologies use native graph storage. Some serialize the graph data into a … Continue reading

Posted in Topics related to Graph Databases and Compute, Linked Data (RDF) | Leave a comment

Graph Databases

In this series of blog posts I will discuss all things related to Graph databases.  Coming from a relational world, graph database caught my attention primarily for the following reasons Flexible schema Linked data a.k.a semantic web Analytics I will … Continue reading

Posted in Topics related to Graph Databases and Compute, Linked Data (RDF) | Leave a comment

Effective Design and Code Review.

Encouraging and doing effective design and code review an important aspect of building products or solutions.  Conducting these reviews greatly improves the cohesiveness among project stakeholders and reduces the risk of the project. Setting up design and  code review at … Continue reading

Posted in Topics related to Graph Databases and Compute, Linked Data (RDF) | Leave a comment