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Thursday, February 27 • 1:30pm - 1:55pm
Querying property graphs using PGQL

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PGQL (Property Graph Query Language) is an SQL-like language to query property graphs in Oracle’s graph products. Aligned with the emerging SQL/PGQ standard, PGQL allows for expressing complex graph patterns in an intuitive way. We will start with an introduction, walk through examples that illustrate how complex patterns can be represented in simple PGQL syntax, and show how PGQL queries can be used with built-in graph algorithms like PageRank. We will highlight additions to the language over the past twelve months, such as new syntax to create graphs from database tables.

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Oskar van Rest

Principal Member of Technical Staff, Oracle
Oskar is Oracle’s lead developer for PGQL, an SQL-like query language for property graphs that is used by Oracle Spatial and Graph and Oracle Big Data Spatial and Graph.

Thursday February 27, 2020 1:30pm - 1:55pm PST
Bldg 23- Rm 1740 .