Nebula Graph: An open source distributed graph database

by   Min Wu, et al.
Hangzhou Dianzi University

This paper introduces the recent work of Nebula Graph, an open-source, distributed, scalable, and native graph database. We present a system design trade-off and a comprehensive overview of Nebula Graph internals, including graph data models, partitioning strategies, secondary indexes, optimizer rules, storage-side transactions, graph query languages, observability, graph processing frameworks, and visualization tool-kits. In addition, three sets of large-scale graph b


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