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Looking for distributed, in-memory Graph DB

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 22, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 

Is there a database which will satisfy all (or at least most) of this requirements?

  1. Graph oriented - optimized for storing graphs and traversal(e.g HyperGraphDB, Neo4j)
  2. Running in memory, but having a persisted storage (e.g. Redis)
  3. Distributed (e.g. membase)
  4. Had .NET adapter (TCP/IP, not HTTP REST)

Or am I asking too much?

Thanks in advance.




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