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AWS Neptune Connector #1752

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sorenbs opened this Issue Jan 28, 2018 · 6 comments

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sorenbs commented Jan 28, 2018

AWS is a fully managed Graph Database. This feature request serves as a central place to discuss development and progress for the Neptune connector.

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kbrandwijk commented Jan 28, 2018

It's supports the Sparql query language, so supporting Neptune will also be implemented by the new graphql-binding-sparql 🎉

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corysimmons commented Apr 19, 2018

This and ElasticSearch are the only ones I care about. 😬

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iamclaytonray commented Jun 10, 2018

I think a lot of people will not use this connector when they realize that Neptune is only vertically scalable. Just something to consider 😄

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bjm88 commented Jul 6, 2018

Graph DBs obviously make a ton of sense for "GraphQL" even though they aren't directly related, building a data oriented API fits well with having a DB optimized for data relationships. Very excited to see a Neo4J and Neptune/SparQL adapter in the works.

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kendall commented Jul 18, 2018

It's not open source, but at Stardog(.com) we shipped GraphQL support for our Knowledge Graph platform months ago, have an active roadmap to expand GraphQL support. Already support 20+ relational databases, MongoDB and Cassandra in the Fall, etc.

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