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A Gremlin Without a Cause: TinkerPop 2.4.0 Released

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A Gremlin Without a Cause: TinkerPop 2.4.0 Released

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Built by the engineers behind Netezza and the technology behind Amazon Redshift, AnzoGraph is a native, Massively Parallel Processing (MPP) distributed Graph OLAP (GOLAP) database that executes queries more than 100x faster than other vendors.  

MVB Marko Rodriguez recently announced the release of TinkerPop 2.4, which is a bunch of graph database frameworks, algorithm packages, servers, and more.  This release was dubbed "Gremlin Without a Cause," and you can see the logo to go with it below (it's the Gremlin logo dressed like James Dean).

Gremlin, for those who don't know, is a graph database query language similar to Cypher.  One of the commenters noted that
Gremlin-Scala was also released recently on GitHub.

Visit the Google Group's
page for quick list of all the significant new features for each component of TinkerPop.

 



Download AnzoGraph now and find out for yourself why it is acknowledged as the most complete all-in-one data warehouse for BI style and graph analytics.  

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