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agamemnon – update

Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

agamemnon – update

When I last looked at agamemnon, it was not part of the globusonline.org project.

Nor do I recall support for RDF or the extended example of how to use it with your code.

Sorry, agamemnon, for those of you who don”t recall, is a library that enables you to use Cassandra as graph database.

Think about the speed and scalability of Cassandra for a moment and you will see the potential for such a matchup.

New Graph Database: agamemnon

Wednesday, August 10th, 2011

New Graph Database: agamemnon

From the post:

agamemnon is a Python-based graph database built on pycassa, the Python client library for Apache Cassandra. In short, it enables you to use Cassandra as a graph database. The API is inspired by the Python wrapper for Neo4j, neo4j.py.

The article also has a pointer to a nice summary of graph databases by Adam Wiggins.