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re: What language are you going to use to build your product? Neo4j and Janusgraph are probably the most well known. But, if you're familiar/interest...
 

Mainly Java. It would be desirable if there are providers in the cloud (such as graphene for Neo4j).
I will give a look to your notes and Janusgraph, I didn't know that.

Thank you so much for your answer, you're awesome!

 

If you're a Java guy, I'd definitely recommend looking at Janusgraph. The open-source plan allows you to use clustering, which I don't think Neo4j does from memory.

Dgraph is Go, so maybe not your cup of tea.

You're welcome 😄

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