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Ravel Hopes to Open-Source Graph Databases

Ravel, an Austin, Texas-based company, wants to provide a supported, open-source version of Google’s Pregel software called GoldenOrb to handle large-scale graph analytics.

Is it a new graph database or a Pregel implementation? Watch the interview for yourself and tell me what do you think it is?

While we have quite a few graph databases, so far there aren’t many implementations of the Pregel algorithm except the Erlang-based Phoebus. But I guess we will figure out the answer soon considering the release date of Ravel’s GoldenOrb is March 31st.

Original title and link: Ravel Hopes to Open-Source Graph Databases (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)