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Building Applications with Highly Connected Data Using Amazon Neptune
Relational, document, and key-value databases have become common-place amongs modern application architectures. Each of these database types can offer fast and flexible access to data, however, many of them run into problems when storing and querying highly-connected datasets. Applications such as social media networks, fraud detection applications, and recommendation engines are better stored and accessed using a graph data model. In this session, we'll look at the differences in designing applications that use graph databases versus more traditional relational models. We'll also cover examples of how graph databases are being used. Examples will include the use of two popular graph database frameworks - Apache Tinkerpop and W3C Resource Description Framework (RDF). Please arrive at least 15 minutes early to park, register (ID required) and grab lunch.

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3333 Piedmont RD NE · Atlanta, GA

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A group organized by Amazon Web Services to foster a community around the AWS platform. Each month we will discuss AWS products, architectures and other topics that relate to building, migrating and optimizing cloud applications.

This group will meet at the AWS office, located at 3333 Piedmont Road NE, Suite 400, Atlanta, GA 30305 (https://goo.gl/maps/Myt8BdQMDWG2) on the 4th floor (Terminus 200, Buckhead).

Visitor parking is across the street at 3280 Peachtree Rd Atlanta, GA 30305(Terminus 100, Buckhead).

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