JanusGraph is a new player in databases with a deep heritage. It builds on a fork of the previous leader in open source graph databases, Titan graph database. The JanusGraph code is capable of being plugged into a number of different database back-ends. It’s all then integrated with the database-agnostic Apache Tinkerpop graph framework. The JanusGraph project itself is organized under the Linux Foundation and led by developers from Expero, Google, GRAKN.AI and IBM. And it’s all open source with new companies joining the community to enhance JanusGraph.
Stay tuned for videos and tutorials for IBM JanusGraph.
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