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Query the Northwind Database as a Graph Using Gremlin

By Mark Kromer - October 21, 2015 | 1 Comment

Gremlin is the popular graph query language that comes from the Apache TinkerPop graph framework project. As part of the DataStax commitment to the Gremlin and TinkerPop graph community, I'm going to introduce you to a great way to get started with Gremlin graph queries.

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Fraud Prevention in DSE

By Patrick Callaghan - October 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

In today’s technology driven world, online fraud is one of the biggest problems for online providers. From your local Starbucks credit card machine to the world’s biggest online shops, they all have to deal with fraud.

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Scalable Inventory

By Matt Stump - September 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

This example demonstrates best practices for the creation of a robust, linear scalable inventory management system built using distributed systems. Both robustness and scalability are achieved by avoiding shared mutable state.

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The Benefits of the Gremlin Graph Traversal Machine

By Marko A. Rodriguez - September 14, 2015 | Comments Off on The Benefits of the Gremlin Graph Traversal Machine

A computer is a machine that evolves its state (data) according to a set of rules (program). Simple “one off” computers have their programs hardcoded.

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