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<p>'''[[ClusterGuide|Scalability]]''' of the Blazegraph product covers all application needs starting from small applications with [[Sesame_API_embedded_mode|embedded storages]], to larger [[NanoSparqlServer|standalone applications]], to highly available applications using [[HAJournalServer|HA replication cluster]], and to the extends of 50B statements stored in [[HAJournalServer|HA Replication Cluster]] or even more in [[ClusterGuide|Scale-out Cluster]]. There are different operating modes (triples, provenance, and quads), and 100s of configuration options.</p>
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Revision as of 16:00, 29 August 2017

Introduction

Blazegraph™ Database is a flagship product of Blazegraph. It is a market leader in providing high performance, scalable solutions for graphs. Sign Up to stay in touch with the latest releases and product information.

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Quick Start

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Getting Started Guide provides installation instructions and a quick jump into Blazegraph™. You will be able to setup development environment, load data and run SPARQL queries.

First Application Tutorial will guide you through the process of adding Blazegraph™ components to your application.

Scalability

Scalability of the Blazegraph product covers all application needs starting from small applications with embedded storages, to larger standalone applications, and up to 50B statements stored in [[NanoSparqlServer|NanoSparqlServer]. There are different operating modes (triples, provenance, and quads), and 100s of configuration options.