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Microsoft/GraphEngine is now Open Source

Via The Register – “Microsoft Graph Engine, the in-memory-store-slash-computation engine, has been released under the open source MIT license. The GitHub repository contains the source code of Graph Engine and its graph query language, Language Integrated Query, which is already utilized by the Academic Graph Search API in Microsoft Cognitive Services. Previously known as Trinity when Microsoft’s researchers first published a paper on it in 2013, Graph Engine is a distributed, in-memory, large graph processing engine which is “underpinned by a strongly typed RAM store and a general computation engine.” It is designed for users to “build both real-time online query processing applications and high-throughput offline analytics systems with ease.”

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