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A Story of graphs, DBs, and graph databases

After Marko Rodriguez’s Knowledge representation and reasoning with graph databases, another great intro to graph databases resource is Joshua Shinavier’s presentation:


Graph Database Benchmark: TinkerPop's GraphDB-Bench

GraphDB-Bench is a collection of benchmarks for analyzing the performance of various graph frameworks

Anyone reviewed it? Anyone tried it? Is it a solid NoSQL benchmark?

Original title and link: Graph Database Benchmark: TinkerPop’s GraphDB-Bench (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://github.com/tinkerpop/graphdb-bench