PRESENTATION - February 8, 2017

Webinar: Working with Graph Data in MongoDB

With the release of MongoDB 3.4, the number of applications that can take advantage of MongoDB has expanded. In this session we will look at using MongoDB for representing graphs and how graph relationships can be modeled in MongoDB.

We will also look at a new aggregation operation that we recently implemented for graph traversal and computing transitive closure. We will include an overview of the new operator and provide examples of how you can exploit this new feature in your MongoDB applications.

What's next?

If you're ready to try out the $graphLookup operator for yourself, download an evaluation version of MongoDB Enterprise or launch your own hosted MongoDB cluster with MongoDB Atlas!

Get started >

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PRESENTATION - February 8, 2017

Webinar: Working with Graph Data in MongoDB

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With the release of MongoDB 3.4, the number of applications that can take advantage of MongoDB has expanded. In this session we will look at using MongoDB for representing graphs and how graph relationships can be modeled in MongoDB.

We will also look at a new aggregation operation that we recently implemented for graph traversal and computing transitive closure. We will include an overview of the new operator and provide examples of how you can exploit this new feature in your MongoDB applications.

What's next?

If you're ready to try out the $graphLookup operator for yourself, download an evaluation version of MongoDB Enterprise or launch your own hosted MongoDB cluster with MongoDB Atlas!

Get started >

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