Structure Graph databases are based on graph theory. Graph databases employ nodes, properties, and edges. Nodes represent entities such as people, businesses, accounts, or any other item you might want to keep track of. Properties are pertinent information that relate to nodes. For instance, if "Wikipedia" were one of the nodes, one might have it tied to properties such as "website", "reference material", or "word that starts with the letter 'w'", depending on which aspects of "Wikipedia" are pertinent to the particular database.
InfiniteGraph: The Distributed Graph Database for the Cloud and Beyond InfiniteGraph enables organizations to achieve greater return on their data related investment by helping them “connect the dots” on a global scale, ask deeper and more complex questions, across new or existing data stores. There is no other graph technology available today, offered by any other commercial vendor or open source project, that can match InfiniteGraph’s combined strengths of persisting and traversing complex relationships requiring multiple hops, across vast and distributed data stores. Download and develop, FREENew: Open-use Talend data connector for InfiniteGraph. Now you can connect your data to InfiniteGraph easily with the tIGOutput.