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Distributed Graph Databases and Usecases

Darren Wood[1] presentation containing a mix of details on distributed graph databases and graph databases use cases:

According to Darren distributed graph databases characteristics are:

  • High performance distributed persistence
  • Ability to deal with remote data reads (fast)
  • Intelligent local cache of subgraphs
  • Distributed navigation processing
  • Distributed, multi-source concurrent ingest
  • Write modes supporting both strict and eventually consistency

You might want to check Marko Rodrigues’ Graph Databases: more than an introduction for a more complete list of possible graph databases use cases.


  1. Darren Wood, Chief Architect InfiniteGraph  ()

Original title and link: Distributed Graph Databases and (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)