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DSE Version: 6.0
July 13, 2018

The data-driven approach is one of the two approaches you can use for graph data modeling in DataStax Enterprise Graph. With the data-driven approach, you populate the graph and rely on DataStax Enterprise Graph to generate the schema for you automaticallhy as you load data.

DSE Version: 6.0
July 13, 2018

In this unit, you will learn about graph data modeling with DataStax Enterprise Graph. Data quality, storage and retrieval are all at stake, so we'll walk you through how to get it right.

DSE Version: 6.0
July 13, 2018

In this section, you will learn all about using the DataStax Enterprise Graph Loader. The DSE Graph Loader is a customizable command-line utility that’s great for loading small to medium size graph datasets.

DSE Version: 6.0
July 13, 2018

In this unit, we’ll be tdiscussing how you can import and export graphs with Gremlin IO. Gremlin IO is suitable for exporting and importing small to medium existing graphs and it’s recommended to use this in development environments.

DSE Version: 6.0
July 13, 2018

In this unit, we’ll be talking about all the different ways you can load and insert data into DataStax Enterprise Graph.

DSE Version: 6.0
July 13, 2018

In this unit, you will learn about edge indexes in DataStax Enterprise Graph. Edge indexes are useful when traversing through a specifc vertex with a large number of incident edges.

DSE Version: 6.0
July 13, 2018

In this unit, you will learn about property indexes in DataStax Enterprise Graph. These are a type of vertex-centric indexes, and are useful for vertices with multi- and meta-properties.

DSE Version: 6.0
July 13, 2018

In order to optimize traversals over your data, DataStax Enterprise Graph makes a few types of indexes available. In unit, we will go over vertex indexes in detail.

DSE Version: 6.0
July 13, 2018

In this unit, we will introduce the concepts of graph partitoning and data locality. Graph partitoning involves the grouping of vertices and edges into sections called subgraphs. Data locality can be controlled through selective data partitioning.

DSE Version: 6.0
July 13, 2018

In this unit, you will everything need to to get started with creating awesome graph schema with Datastax Enterprise Graph.