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NDP Episode #9: Graph Databases With Neo4j

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NDP Episode #9: Graph Databases With Neo4j

Check out this episode of the NoSQL Database Podcast, which delves into graph databases and Neo4j.

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Learn how to move from MongoDB to Couchbase Server for consistent high performance in distributed environments at any scale.

I am pleased to announce that the ninth episode of the NoSQL Database Podcast has been published to all the popular podcast networks. In this episode, titled Graphing Databases with Neo4j, I am joined by Ryan Boyd from Neo4j, where we discuss everything about Neo4j's database platform.

In this episode, Ryan and I discuss some of the key advantages of a graphing database and why they tend to handle data relationships so well versus the alternatives.

This episode can be listened to on all the major podcasting outlets, including, but not limited to Pocket Casts and iTunes.  If you'd prefer to listen to the episode directly, it can be heard below.

If you have any questions for Ryan or myself, please direct them to advocates@couchbase.com and we'll answer them as soon as possible.

In case you missed the previous episode regarding Oracle's NoSQL database solution, it can be found here.  For more information on Couchbase and how to use it in your applications, check out the developer portal.

Want to deliver a whole new level of customer experience? Learn how to make your move from MongoDB to Couchbase Server.

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podcast ,graphing ,database ,nosql

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