EncartaLabs

BlazeGraph

( Duration: 3 Days )

BlazeGraph is an open source, Java-based RDF graph database for storing and representing data with complex relationships. It supports Blueprints and RDF/SPARQL. In BlazeGraph training course, you will learn to use Blazegraph to capture complex data in graph format for retrieval from a number of sample applications.

By attending BlazeGraph workshop, delegates will learn to:

  • Install and configure Blazegraph in standalone mode, clustered mode (optional) or embedded mode (optional)
  • Create, test and deploy a sample application to query complex data in a Blazegraph data store
  • Understand how to leverage GPU (graphics processing unit) to accelerate computations

  • An understanding of database concepts
  • An understanding of XML concepts
  • Java programming experience

The BlazeGraph class is ideal for:

  • Developers

COURSE AGENDA

1

Introduction

  • Graph Databases, Knowledge Graphs, and Semantic Web
2

Installing and Configuring Blazegraph

3

Overview of Blazegraph Features and Architecture

4

Overview of the RDF format.

5

Creating a Blazegraph Application

6

Loading data into Blazegraph

7

Understanding Namespaces

8

Connecting to Blazgraph

9

Querying RDF (Resource Description Framework) data with Sparql

10

Calling Blazegraph APIs

11

Deployment Modes: Clustered, Embedded, Scaleout

12

Increasing Performance with GPUs

13

Troubleshooting

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