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JanusGraph: an open-source, distributed graph database (by JanusGraph)

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JanusGraph/janusgraph is an open source project licensed under GNU General Public License v3.0 or later which is an OSI approved license.

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  • QOMPLX: Using Scylla with JanusGraph for Cybersecurity
    reddit.com/r/nosql | 2021-03-11
    QOMPLX partnered with the graph database experts at Expero to implement their system with JanusGraph, which uses Scylla as an underlying fast and scalable storage layer. We had the privilege to learn from their use case at Scylla Summit this January, which we share with you today.
  • Installing Apache Cassandra for JanusGraph
    dev.to | 2021-01-10
    At the time of writing this article, JanusGraph's latest release page on GitHub says that JanusGraph is compatible with Cassandra 3.11.0. So I will get this version's download link from the Apache Cassandra archive, and I will use the wget shell command to download it to my /opt directory. Then I will use the tar command to extract the contents of the downloaded archive.