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TigerGraph Announces Free Developer Edition of the World’s Fastest Graph Database

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According to a recent press release, “TigerGraph, the world’s fastest graph analytics platform for the enterprise, today announced the free Developer Edition of its graph analytics platform for lifetime non-commercial use… ‘As graphs continue to go mainstream, the next phase of the graph evolution has arrived. Cypher vs. Gremlin is no longer the right question to ask,’ said Dr. Yu Xu, founder and CEO of TigerGraph. ‘The time has come to rethink graph analytics with TigerGraph and GSQL, the most complete query language on the market. One hour with our free Developer Edition is all you need to experience TigerGraph’s superiority in unlocking value from connected data at massive scale’.”

The release continues, “TigerGraph brings the world’s fastest and most scalable graph analytics platform to developers to create their own big data graph applications – including those that were previously impossible using earlier generations of graph database technology. TigerGraph offers enterprise graph MPP (massively parallel processing), to support big data, complex business queries – all with GSQL, the modern graph query language designed to be intuitive for people who already know SQL. Experience key features of TigerGraph, which enable you to: (1) Write high-performance complex analytics queries ​using GSQL, the Turing-complete, easy-to-use, SQL-like graph query language with built-in parallelism. (2) Continuously load over 100 GB per machine per hour. (3) Perform graph traversals of 3 to 10+ hops ​with subsecond results, across massive graphs with trillions of vertices and edges, to support complex queries. (4) Experience the power of parallelism​ in data loading, real-time updates and query processing.”

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