DataStax Unveils an Enterprise Graph Database Built From Cassandra and TitanDB


In its bid to make Cassandra the go-to database of choice for a wide array of uses, DataStax is launching DataStax Enterprise (DSE) Graph, a scale-out graph database for cloud applications based on Cassandra and additional graph database technology the company acquired last year.

For the new product, the company pulled together the expertise from its acquisition of Aurelius, the folks behind TitanDB, and Apache TinkerPop, a graph computing framework for both graph databases (OLTP) and graph analytic systems (OLAP).

IBM, Amazon, Blazegraph and others have products using TinkerPop, an API technology that DataStax donated to the Apache Software Foundation. However, DataStax bills DSE Graph as the only scalable real-time graph database. DSE Graph will be generally available by July.

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