Welcome to the official Nebula Graph documentation.
Nebula Graph is a distributed, scalable, lightning-fast graph database. It is the only solution in the world capable to host graphs with dozens of billions of vertices (nodes) and trillions of edges, while still provides millisecond latency.
Nebula Graph's goal is to provide reading, writing, and computing with high concurrency, low latency for super large scale graphs. Nebula is an open source project and we are looking forward to working with the community to popularize and promote the graph database.
Nebula Graph's primary features
- Symmetrically distributed
- Highly scalable
- Fault tolerant
- SQL-like query language
How can I get Nebula
How can I contribute
As the team behind Nebula Graph, we fully commit to the community and all-in to the open source project. All the core features are and will be implemented in the open source repository.
We also encourage the community to involve the project. There are a few ways you can contribute:
- You can download and try Nebula Graph, and provide us feedbacks
- You can submit your feature requirements and bug reports
- You can help contribute the documentations. More details on how to contribute click Contribute to Nebula Graph Docs
- You can fix bugs or implement features. More details on how to build the project and submit the Pull Requests click Contribute to Nebula Graph
Nebula Graph is under Apache 2.0 license, so you can freely download, modify, deploy the source code to meet your needs. You can also freely deploy Nebula Graph as a back-end service to support your SAAS deployment.
In order to prevent cloud providers monetarizing from the project without contributing back, we added Common Clause 1.0 to the project. As mentioned above, we fully commit to the open source community. We would love to hear your thoughts on the licensing model and are willing to make it more suitable for the community.