Apache Big Data Seville 2016 – Graph Processing with Apache Tinkerpop on Apache S2Graph – Doyung Yoon

Graph Processing with Apache Tinkerpop on Apache S2Graph – Doyung Yoon

Since the last conference, Apache S2Graph community has been working on the integration with Apache Tinkerpop. Tinkerpop users are now able to use S2Graph as graph database without changing their Thinkerpop code, and also execute OLAP graph queries over their data in HDFS. We will share our experiences to integrate Thinkerpop as a graph database API, and comment on our current limitations and future plans. We will also present the benchmark results showing the comparison between S2Graph and existing graph databases such as Neo4j, Titan, and OrientDB. We focus our benchmarks on the “neighbors of neighbors” queries and the basic CRUD operations. Similar to Titan, S2Graph supports multiple storage backends, such as HBase, Cassandra, Mysql, Postgresql, and RocksDB, and the S2Graph’s performance for each backend will be presented.

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