PM4: Can Your Leave Your JOINs Behind?: Graph & Relational Databases
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  Joseph Dantoni   Joseph S Dantoni
Solutions Architect
Denny Cherry and Associates
 
  Karen Lopez   Karen Lopez
Senior Project Mgr/Architect
InfoAdvisors
infoadvisors.com
 


 

Thursday, August 20, 2015
01:00 PM - 04:15 PM

Level:  Technical - Intermediate


Graph databases solve a lot of complex relationship problems that relational databases struggle to support. Relational databases are optimized for capturing data and answering transactional data questions. Graph databases are highly optimized for answering questions about data relationships.

Do you, as an architect, understand which data stories need which type of technology?

  • Master Data
  • Networks & Infrastructure
  • Trees and Hierarchies
 In this session you will learn which data stories are the right fit for your relational stores, and which are the right fit for graph databases. You will learn options for bringing this data together for more intelligent data solutions.


Joseph D'Antoni is an Senior Architect and SQL Server MVP with over a decade of experience working in both Fortune 500 and smaller firms. He is a Principal Architect for Denny Cherry and Associates and lives in Malvern, PA. He is a frequent speaker at major tech events, and blogger about all topics technology. He believes that no single platform is the answer to all technology problems. He holds a BS in Computer Information Systems from Louisiana Tech University and an MBA from North Carolina State University, and is the co-author of the Microsoft white paper "Using Power BI in a Hybrid Environment".

Karen Lopez is a Senior Project Manager and Architect at InfoAdvisors. She has 20+ years of experience in project and data management on large, multi-project programs. Karen is a popular speaker known for her highly interactive, practical and sometimes irreverent presentation style. She is a Microsoft SQL Server MVP, a Dun and Bradstreet MVP, an advisory committee member at Zachman International and an Advisory Board member of DAMA International. She wants you to love your data.


   
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