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Russell F.



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August 21, 2013

What are you interested in learning about graph databases?

I would like to know if Graph databases would be applicable for my main three usage scenarios. I have read much hype but have no direct experience of the technology in a commercial environment I initially became aware of graph databases through our commitment and aspiration to conform to open data standards. This work has predominantly resolved around W3C standards (RDF, SPARQL, Triple store). We also plan on assessing graph technologies to handle our CMS requirements moving forward, we currently use SharePoint. Given we have three usage scenarios; analytics, content management and data source to drive the front end servers, I would like to know if I one product can fulfil all these usage scenarios.


Hi, my names Russell Fella, I work as a Technical Architect for the HSCIS (http://www.hscic....­) on the NHS Choices website ( I generally love technology, and am passionate about both infrastructure and application development.

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