Intro to IBM Graph Concepts Watch this short video to learn about graph database concepts, terminology, and use cases. You can also read a transcript of this video How can I try out graph databases? People are discovering how relevant and helpful graph databases are in today’s connected world. It’s time to give graph databases… Read more »
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You can also check out the IBM Graph documentation.
IBM Graph is an easy-to-use, fully managed graph database service for storing, querying, and visualizing data points, their connections, and properties. IBM Graph is based on the Apache TinkerPop™ stack for building high-performance graph applications. This means that the service provides you with a set of simplified HTTP APIs, an Apache TinkerPop v3 compatible API, and the full Apache TinkerPop v3 query language. The service gives you flexibility and capabilities, based on a familiar environment. Using the Bluemix dashboard, you can bind IBM Graph to your applications easily.
Official docs Check out the official dashDB documentation in the IBM Knowledge Center. REST API Reference Jump straight to the API docs for your dashDB offering: dashDB for Analytics (cloud service) dashDB Local
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New to dashDB and want to learn more? You’re in the right place. Here are some basics steps you can follow to get up and running fast on dashDB. dashDB for Analytics dashDB for Transactions dashDB Local Get started with dashDB for Analytics Watch this quick video to show you how to provision the dashDB… Read more »
dashDB comes with several built-in analytics solutions, and offers lots of other integration options too:
True business intelligence comes from the ability to glean insights from your data. To get them, you need a place where you can combine data sets from your different systems that’s separate from the hardware and databases that handle transactions. That place is a data warehouse. dashDB is IBM’s fully-managed cloud-based data warehouse solution, built… Read more »