Graph Modeling with Neo4j: Automating & Refactoring Graph Models
Neo4j | Intermediate
- 7 videos | 55m 56s
- Includes Assessment
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This course focuses on using the Neo4j ETL tool to automate the migration from a relational database to a Neo4j graph and redefining a graph data model with the APOC library. Start by setting up a relational database with multiple tables for entities as well as relationships between entities. Discover how relationships are modeled in tabular structures and what needs to happen for their translation into graphs. Use the Neo4j ETL tool to map the relational tables to a set of nodes and relationships. You will see where the tool can save you work, and what its limitations are. Finally, learn about some of the options available in the Neo4j's APOC library to re-factor your graph data model. This will include redefining the properties in nodes as well as modeling relationships with multiple properties as nodes with simpler relationships.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Discover the key concepts covered in this courseLoad data into a relational database in preparation for migration to neo4jMap the tables in a relational database to a graph structure using the neo4j etl toolRecognize the power and limitations of the neo4j etl tool when migrating from a relational database
Create nodes and relationships in a neo4j database in preparation for a refactoringRedefine the nodes and relationships in your neo4j database using the awesome procedures on cypher (apoc) librarySummarize the key concepts covered in this course
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