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Wednesday, March 13 • 3:25pm - 4:15pm
PGQL: A Query Language for Property Graphs

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PGQL is a pattern-matching query language for the property graph data model, used by Oracle Database Spatial and Graph and Oracle Big Data Spatial and Graph. PGQL is an expressive, SQL-like language that makes writing graph queries easy - even for non-graph experts. in this session, we provide an overview of the different features of PGQL and provides examples of how to run PGQL queries from a shell and through a Java API. in this session, we also focus on what has recently been added to PGQL and which features are coming. Finally, the session provides a brief overview of how PGQL fits into on-going standardization efforts for property graph querying.

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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.
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Jan Michels

Principal Member of Technical Staff, Oracle
Jan Michels represents Oracle on the ANSI and ISO committees responsible for standardizing SQL, while working closely with the Oracle database server development teams. He has been involved in designing extensions for the SQL language for 20 years. Jan is chair of the DM32.2 Ad Hoc... Read More →

Wednesday March 13, 2019 3:25pm - 4:15pm PDT
2-Rm 103