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Graph Database (2020)

This is Bloor's fourth Market Update in this space, which discusses the state of the graph database market as of early 2020.
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Amazon Neptune

In Amazon Neptune, both RDF graphs and Property Graphs are stored in a “quad” representation using a custom data model.
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Cambridge Semantics AnzoGraph (2020)

AnzoGraph is a massively parallel graph database that runs on HDFS, NFS and other big data platforms and is ACID compliant.
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DataStax Enterprise (DSE) (Graph Engine)

The DSE Graph Engine is a property graph that is built into DSE and leverages DSE’s capabilities for storage, search and analytics.
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AllegroGraph (2020)

AllegroGraph from Franz Inc. is a semantic graph database focused on generating semantic knowledge graphs.
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Grakn Core and Grakn KGMS (2020)

Grakn consists of a database, an abstraction layer and a knowledge graph, which is used to organise complex networks of data and make them queryable.
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MarkLogic Data Hub Service and MarkLogic Server

MarkLogic Server is a multi-model database that can be used to store documents, relational data via tables, rows and columns, and graph data.
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Memgraph (2020)

Memgraph is an in-memory, ACID-compliant, property graph database written in C++ that supports openCypher.
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Neo4j (2020)

Neo4j is a property graph database with a native engine that is targeted at operational, hybrid operational/analytic (HTAP) and pure analytic use cases.
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Objectivity ThingSpan (2020)

Objectivity/DB has proven scalability and performance credentials in highly demanding environments. ThingSpan, which is built into the database.
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Ontotext GraphDB and the Ontotext Platform

GraphDB from Ontotext is a native RDF database with dynamic indexing that integrates with various search technologies, document stores, and text mining.
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RedisGraph (2020)

RedisGraph is the graph database module for Redis where, by “module” the company means functionality embedded into the product.
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Sparsity Technologies Sparksee

Sparsity Technologies Sparksee is a property graph database that focuses on high performance deployment at scale and on embedded systems.
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Stardog (2020)

Stardog is an RDF database with strong support for SPARQL and OWL that can be extended to provide labelled property graph capabilities.
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TigerGraph (2020)

TigerGraph uses a property graph paradigm and has been designed specifically to support real-time (less than one second) analytics.
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AllegroGraph

This paper discusses Franz AllegroGraph, a highly secure, semantic, RDF-based graph database available in-cloud and on-premises.
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Hybrid real-time data processing

There are multiple ways in which databases that support real-time operational/transactional and analytic processing may be implemented. This report compares representative samples of each.
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Neo4j (June 2019)

Neo4j, is a labelled, property graph database with a native engine that is targeted at operational and hybrid operational/transactional and analytic use cases.
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Graph Database Market Update 2019

This is the third Market Update into the graph database market, considering and comparing both property graph and RDF databases.
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Trovares xGT

This paper discusses Trovares xGT, a property graph engine that will compete with graph databases for query processing against extremely large graphs.
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TigerGraph (January 2019)

This paper discusses TigerGraph, a native graph parallel database that has been designed specifically to support real-time (less than one second) analytics.
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Stardog (2019)

This paper discusses Stardog, an RDF database with strong support for SPARQL and OWL that can be extended to provide labelled property graph capabilities.
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SAP OrientDB

This paper discusses SAP OrientDB, an open source, multi-model database with extended property graph database capabilities.
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Ontotext GraphDB

This paper discusses Ontotext GraphDB (previously known as OWLIM), a native RDF database with dynamic indexing that integrates with various search technologies.
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Objectivity ThingSpan (2019)

This paper discusses Objectivity ThingSpan, a “graph analytics platform” built on top of Objectivity/DB, Objectivity’s object-oriented database.
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Memgraph (2019)

Memgraph is a property graph database targeted primarily at hybrid analytic and transactional environments.
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Franz AllegroGraph (2019)

This paper discusses and evaluates Franz AllegroGraph, a semantic graph database focused on generating sophisticated semantic knowledge graphs.
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Cray Systems and the Cray Graph Engine

The Cray Graph Engine is an RDF database that runs on a variety of Cray hardware platforms.
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ArangoDB

ArangoDB is a multi-model database that supports document (JSON), key-value and property graph capabilities with one database core and one declarative query language.
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Cambridge Semantics AnzoGraph (2019)

AnzoGraph is a massively parallel RDF database targeted primarily at large scale analytic environments
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Neo4j (January 2019)

Neo4j is a labelled, property graph database with a native engine that is targeted at operational and hybrid operational/analytic use cases.
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DataStax DSE Graph

This paper discusses and evaluates DataStax Enterprise Graph, the graph database add-on for DataStax Enterprise.
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Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB

Cosmos DB is a distributed multi-model database that is provided as a service. It supports key-value, column store, document and property graphs.
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RedisGraph (2019)

This paper discusses RedisGraph, the graph database module for Redis.
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Grakn Core and Grakn KGMS (2018)

Grakn is a graph-based platform for developing cognitive and other applications leveraging artificial intelligence.
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What’s Hot in Data

In this paper, we have identified the potential significance of a wide range of data-based technologies that impact on the move to a data-driven environment.
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All about graphs: a primer

Over the last few years graph databases have been the fastest growing sector within the database market ...
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Graph and RDF databases 2016

This Market Report discusses the latest trends in this market, along with a detailed assessment of the leading vendors in the market
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Graph and RDF databases Market Update 2016

This Market Update discusses the latest trends in this market, along with our assessment of the leading vendors in the market.
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Not quite Star Trek

Capsenta is doing some seriously interesting things in the area of data federation and semantics.
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GraphConnect Europe

GraphConnect is (probably) the largest graph database conference.
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Graph and RDF Databases 2015

There are lots of open source and development projects within the graph space. We have focused on those that we believe to be enterprise-ready.
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What is a graph database?

The graph database and graph analytics market is increasingly complex and diverse
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The language of graphs

You might think that SPARQL will equate in the graph world to SQL in the relational world, but it probably won't
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Neo4j

This is the third in a series of five articles about graph databases
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What’s a graph?

The first in a series of five articles about graph databases
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Graph databases and the warehouse

The last of five articles about graph databases
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