thunderdome is an object-graph mapper (OGM) designed specifically for use with Titan (http://thinkaurelius.github.com/titan/) via Rexster (https://github.com/tinkerpop/rexster/wiki). Thunderdome supports easily integrating Gremlin graph-traversals with vertex and edge models. For those already familiar with Blueprints (https://github.com/tinkerpop/blueprints/wiki) there is a simple example.
$ pip install thunderdome
If you have questions, comments, or feature requests please visit the Google Group Thunderdome Users
A Vagrant virtual environment is provided with the thunderdome repository. This will setup a Titan/Rexster server in a virtual environment and provides an easy way to get up and running with thunderdome. To get the virtual environment up and running simply do the following:
$ cd path/to/thunderdome $ vagrant up ... $ vagrant ssh ... vagrant@precise64:~$ cd /vagrant
This will put you in the thunderdome directory in the vagrant box. You can now run the unit-tests or start playing around within the python shell.
Check out the Quick Start page for a simple introduction to working with thunderdome.
To get thunderdome unit tests running you'll need a rexster server configured with a thunderdome graph.
<graph> <graph-name>thunderdome</graph-name> <graph-type>com.thinkaurelius.titan.tinkerpop.rexster.TitanGraphConfiguration</graph-type> <graph-read-only>false</graph-read-only> <graph-location>/tmp/thunderdome</graph-location> <properties> <storage.backend>local</storage.backend> <storage.directory>/tmp/thunderdome</storage.directory> <buffer-size>100</buffer-size> </properties> <extensions> <allows> <allow>tp:gremlin</allow> </allows> </extensions> </graph>