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We are a small rapidly evolving company and recently investigated switching databases from SQL Server to a graph database. We like the graph approach because of the fluidity and openness that it offered.

For instance, with a graph DB you can add or remove new relationships quite easily. However, in an RDBMS it is much more difficult.

Is it possible to have some or all of the fluidity in a RDBMS like SQL Server?

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