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InfiniteGraph 2.1 Features Gremlin Support and a Plugin Framework

A new version of InfiniteGraph, the graph database from Objectivity, was announced today. This release features:

  • a plugin framework: Two kinds of plugins are supported. A navigator plugin bundles components that assist in navigation queries, such as result qualifiers, path qualifiers, and guides. The Formatter plugin formats and outputs results of graph queries.
  • enhanced IG Visualizer: The advanced Visualizer is now tightly integrated with InfiniteGraph’s Plugin Framework allowing indexing queries for edges, the Formatter plugin framework export GraphML and JSON (built-in) or other user defined plugin formats.
  • support for Tinkerpop Blueprints and Gremlin: InfiniteGraph provides a clean integration with Blueprints that is well suited for applications that want to traverse and query graph databases using Gremlin

A bit more details can be found in the InfiniteGraph 2.1 release notes.

Klint Finley

Original title and link: InfiniteGraph 2.1 Features Gremlin Support and a Plugin Framework (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)


Overview of the OODBMS World

Curt Monash published a brief overview of the OODBMS world that includes the majority of the object databases. According to him, Intersystems Caché is the most successful object-oriented database:

Intersystems Caché, the most successful OODBMS product by far, with good OLTP (OnLine Transaction Processing) capabilities and a strong presence in the health care market. Although it was designed around the specialized MUMPS/M language, Caché happily talks Java and SQL.

In a similar move to its competitor Objectivy which launched the InfiniteGraph graph database, Intersystems has released recently Globals, a database implemented on top of MUMPS Global Persistent Variables — in fact InterSystems Caché, InterSystems Globals, and GT.M are all implemented on top of MUMPS.

Original title and link: Overview of the OODBMS World (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://www.dbms2.com/2011/05/21/object-oriented-database-management-systems-oodbms/


Globals: InterSystems Free NoSQL database for Java

As of now 5 hours until we will get Globals, yet another NoSQL database from InterSystems, the Caché object database creators.

Will it be a graph database like the Objectivity spin off InfiniteGraph?

Update: the countdown is at zero for a while and nothing happened.

Original title and link: Globals: InterSystems Free NoSQL database for Java (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)