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Announcing Graph Developer Training Day – March 19, 2018

Jean Ihm
Product Manager, Oracle Spatial and Graph

The Oracle Spatial and Graph product team announces Graph Developer Training Day 2018, a free full-day workshop to help you understand and develop property graph applications using Oracle Database Spatial and Graph and Big Data Spatial and Graph.  Oracle partners, customers, attendees of Analytics and Data Summit 2018, and Oracle staff are invited.  Targeted toward developers, architects and data scientists.  Sessions will be delivered by Oracle developers and product managers.

The event will take place at Oracle HQ on Monday, March 19, before Analytics and Data Summit

Please RSVP to marion.smith@oracle.com by March 6 if you’re planning to attend!  Seating is limited.

 

Details:

March 19, 2018
8:15am – 5:00pm
Oracle Conference Center
350 Oracle Pkwy, Redwood City, CA 94065

 

Agenda (subject to change):

8:15 – 9:00am      

Breakfast/Registration

 

9:00 - 10:30am     

Getting Started with Graph Databases

- Welcome and overview of graph technologies

- Provisioning an Oracle Database Cloud Service (DBCS)

- Understanding graph formats and efficient data loading

 

10:30 - 11:00am   

Break

 

11:00 -12:30           

Generating and Analyzing Graph Data

- Graph generation - how to construct a graph from source data

- Graph analytics using PGX and RDBMS

 

12:30 – 1:30pm    

Networking Lunch

 

1:30 – 3:00pm                

Graph Query and Visualization

- Property Graph Query Language (PGQL) - on PGX and RDBMS

- Graph visualization (Cytoscape)

 

3:00 – 3:30pm                

Break

 

3:30 – 5:00pm                

New Tooling and Functionality + Lightning Round

- Notebook UI

- Graph Studio

- Lightning Round

 

5:00                      

Wrap-up and Close

 

 

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