User-defined Indexes In TigerGraph 3.0

Introduction User-defined Indexes or Secondary Indexes (as they are commonly called in Database Industry) are a critical feature that enhance the performance of a database

GSQL Now and In The Future

Since the introduction of the TigerGraph Developer Edition in June 2018, the GSQL language has generated a lot of interest and a lot of valuable

Graph-Based Customer Entity Resolution

1. Problem Description Enterprises know the benefits of merging data from multiple sources, to build more detailed and more complete records about their customers, their

‘Tis the season for AWS re:Invent

It’s that time of the year when 40,000+ people cram into Las Vegas for Amazon AWS re:Invent , which kicks off November 26. If you think about

On “Benchmarking RedisGraph 1.0”

Recently RedisGraph published a blog [1], comparing their performance to that of TigerGraph’s, following the tests [2] in TigerGraph’s benchmark report [3], which requires solid

Half-Terabyte Benchmark Neo4j vs. TigerGraph

Neo4j’s loading time is shorter than TigerGraph; however, Neo4j requires extra preprocessing that extracts the vertex file from the edge file. After including the pre-processing time, Neo4j takes