Published on June 7, 2018 by Microsoft

Jayanta Mondal stops by to chat with Scott Hanselman about Gremlin, the traversal query language for Cosmos DB graph. Gremlin being a dataflow language and procedural is nature, writing efficient Gremlin queries requires the knowledge of graph structure and the query execution plan. Learn how to structure a Gremlin query, and what are the best practices, and tips & tricks to get the best performance.

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JayantaM
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JayantaM
12 days 12 hours ago

@Tony: It’s on our roadmap. However, our immediate focus is on Gremlin. You can also look at this github.com/opencypher/cypher-for-gremlin. The feature surface coverage is not 100% but very reasonable.

Tony
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Tony
12 days 21 hours ago

It would be good to also have support for Cypher Graph Query Language on CosmosDB.

JohnJDonnelly
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JohnJDonnelly
14 days 16 hours ago

Nice job explaining. I wish it was a little bit longer though

Moojjoo
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Moojjoo
16 days 15 hours ago

Another great show.  Azure is rocking the house.

Reatlegile selebano
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Reatlegile selebano
16 days 23 hours ago

Great.

Reatlegile selebano
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Reatlegile selebano
16 days 23 hours ago

very good and interesting

Nonhlanhla Msimanga
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Nonhlanhla Msimanga
17 days 16 minutes ago

Interesting but I found the quality of the volume a little bit low

Thato Mere
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Thato Mere
17 days 41 minutes ago

Interesting!

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