bigdata(R) is a scale-out storage and computing fabric supporting optional transactions, very high concurrency, and very high aggregate IO rates. The bigdata RDF/graph database can load 1B edges in under one hour on a 15 node cluster. Bigdata operates in both a single machine mode (Journal), highly available replication cluster mode (HAJournalServer), and a horizontally sharded cluster mode (BigdataFederation). The Journal provides fast scalable ACID indexed storage for very large data sets, up to 50 billion edges. The HAJournalServer adds replication, online backup, horizontal scaling of query, and high availability. The federation provides fast scalable shard-wise parallel indexed storage using dynamic sharding and shard-wise ACID updates and incremental cluster size growth. Both platforms support fully concurrent readers with snapshot isolation.
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