What is Graph Engine?
The distributed RAM store provides a globally addressable high-performance key-value store over a cluster of machines. Through the RAM store, GE enables the fast random data access power over a large distributed data set.
Graph Engine is a tool in the Graph Databases category of a tech stack.
Graph Engine is an open source tool with 1.7K GitHub stars and 248 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Graph Engine's open source repository on GitHub
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