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  • Amazon Neptune, a New Cloud Graph Database, Is Now Generally Available

    A new cloud graph database, Amazon Neptune, is publically available after its limited preview launch last year. With Amazon Neptune, customers can manage their bits of data in a graph model – a semantic structure in nodes, edges, and properties.

  • Cayley: A Graph Engine Inspired by Google’s Knowledge Graph

    Barak Michener, a Software Engineer working for the Google Knowledge Team, has open sourced a personal project called Cayley, a graph database inspired by Freebase and the Google Knowledge Graph, the later powering Google’s search engine. Freebase is a collection of free structured data, currently at ~2.7B facts and counting, and an API for querying this data.

  • A Case for Graph Databases

    We talk with Daniel Kirstenpfad, founder and CTO of sones GmbH, about Graph Databases and how they can better model some types of data such as relations in a social networking application. A graph database can offer performance benefits over other types of databases because they explicitly represent a graph and are organized to have index free adjacency.

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