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Access Control Lists with Graph Databases

It looks like MyNoSQL’s initiative to compare same scenarios implemented by some of the graph databases is catching up and after Neo4j blog published an extensive article on ☞ access control lists with Neo4j, the guys from InfoGrid picked up the challenge and provided ☞ their own solution.

While I haven’t got a chance yet to use either of these graph databases, the more I look at these comparisons the more I get the feeling that they have more in common than differences, so at the end of the day it might be only a matter of preference in picking one or the other. Competition and choice is always good!