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GoldenOrb: Ravel Google Pregel Implementation Released

Announced back in March, Ravel has finally released GoldenOrb an implementation of the Google Pregel paper—if you are not familiar with Google Pregel check the Pregel: Graph Processing at Large-Scale and Ricky Ho’s comparison of Pregel and MapReduce.

Until Ravel’s GoldenOrb the only experimental implementation of Pregel was the Erlang-based Phoebus. GoldenOrb was released under the Apache License v2.0 and is available on GitHub.

GoldenOrb is a cloud-based open source project for massive-scale graph analysis, built upon best-of-breed software from the Apache Hadoop project modeled after Google’s Pregel architecture.

Original title and link: GoldenOrb: Ravel Google Pregel Implementation Released (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)


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?

via: http://gigaom.com/cloud/ravel-hopes-to-open-source-graph-databases/