Some graph-oriented database would you recommend for a web project (a specialized CMS)?


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There was a desire to try out graph-oriented database in the web project. It is very good canacia to go under the model.


Among the candidates considered Neo4J, HyperGraphDB, InfoGrid, Sones, VertexDB.


As experience with NoSQL databases (and graphic-oriented in particular) a little more than full, we would like to hear from people who have worked with them.


As with reliability, expandability, performance, ease of development, tools?
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Depends on many factors...
1. Neo4j (most popular, good and proven) somewhere in the network walk benchmarks (vs mysql) in which the last fails: significant loss, although relatively small volumes of data the result is almost the same.
2. FlockDb(https://github.com/twitter/flockdb). Here it is necessary to look or fit of the functionality is used in production on Twitter.
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And what muscul not satisfied? Or data very much?
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