How to Map Relational Data to a Graph DataBase in Four Steps
Graph Database is revolutionizing the ability of organizations to find relationships between large data sets. However, most of today's databases are still relational. Finding relationships in them is becoming increasingly challenging as data sets continue to grow. So, how can you take advantage of all that graph database has to offer? One answer is to move your data from a relational database to a graph database.
In this solution brief, we explain how to find and build the right edges in a graph when moving your data from a relational database to a graph database. These steps impact the ability of the data structure to respond efficiently to end users' questions.
In the next paper, we'll go over what specific tools you'll need to facilitate the design of this mapping and to automate data migration from a relational database to a graph database.