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October 13, 2017

Announcing retirement of IBM Graph, availability of Compose for JanusGraph

We are announcing the retirement of the IBM Graph service on November 27th, 2017. This service is being replaced by Compose for JanusGraph, see below for detailed steps on how to migrate to our new service. The graph database technology at the core of IBM Graph, Titan, has evolved to JanusGraph, which is governed by the Linux Foundation. […]

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September 15, 2017

Compose for JanusGraph arrives on Bluemix

Bluemix is home to some of the most powerful databases in the world. Today, we are expanding that range of databases and are proud to announce that JanusGraph is arriving on Bluemix. It is coming as one of the Compose databases, bringing with it the power of fully open source graph databases.

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July 13, 2017

Webinar: Graphs and Gremlin: A Sequel to SQL?

For decades now, SQL has been the colossus of data management query languages. Generations of database administrators, developers and analysts have built highly successful careers around tables and foreign key relationships, to the point where thinking about data in a relational schema has become second nature. In fact, many believe that relational databases are still the only safe and effective way to model complex data relationships.

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