InfiniteGraph Comes out of Beta

New InfiniteGraph Distributed Graph Database

Jessica Thornsby

InfiniteGraph can offer users simultaneous access through multiple processes and connections – available as a free two month free trail.

After a beta program, InfiniteGraph 1.0 is out now.

InfiniteGraph is a distributed graph database that aims to
enable large-scale graph processing, data analytics and discovery.
It can offer simultaneous access through multiple processes and
connections, and there is no mapping layer between logical and
physical addressing.

InfiniteGraph is available in several evaluation, developer and
runtime licensing flavours, including a free two month trial on
local Linux or Windows environments, or “most” virtualised cloud
platforms. Developer licenses are available from $999 per year.
More information on obtaining InfiniteGraph, is available at the
project’s website.

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