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Graph Database DEX Benchmark

Sparsity, producers of the DEX graph database, have published the results of a benchmark measuring:

  • How many nodes and edges could be created?
  • Which was the size of the database created?
  • How long did the load of the database take?
  • How many traversals we could possibly make per unit of time?

DEX graph database benchmark

I don’t know how to interpret these numbers so I’ll let graph database experts to comment.

Benchmark aside, from this post I’ve learned about the “Scalable Graph Analysis Benchmark” paper that can be downloaded from here (PDF). Which makes me wonder: has any other graph database producer used this paper for benchmarking their product?

Original title and link: Graph Database DEX Benchmark (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://sparsity-technologies.com/blog/?p=196