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Difference between Aerospike and AnzoGraph
  • Last Updated : 01 Jul, 2020

1. Aerospike :
It is a flash-optimized in-memory open source NoSQL database and the name of the eponymous company that produces it. Aerospike is a key-value data store designed to deliver sub-millisecond response time for real-time big data applications. The three main components of Aerospike are Aerospike database server, Aerospike Smart Clients, and Aerospike Management Console.

2. AnzoGraph :
It is an in-memory distributed graph DBMS designed for analytics. It is used in embedded analytics. This DB is a massively parallel processing (MPP) native graph database built for diverse data harmonization and analytics at scale, speed, and deep link insights.



Difference between Aerospike and AnzoGraph :

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Aerospike



AnzoGraph

1. Developed By Aerospike on 2012. Developed By Cambridge Semantics on 2018.
2. It is a flash-optimized In-memory NoSQL Database It is an in-memory distributed graph DBMS designed for analytics
3. The License of Aerospike is Open Source. The License of AnzoGraph is commercial.
4. Server operating systems for Aerospike is Linux. Server operating systems for AnzoGraph is Linux.
5. Its Primary database model is Key-value store Its primary database model are Graph DBMS and RDF store.
6. It has user defined functions for Server-side scripting. It support the user defined functions for Server-side scripting.
7. It does not support XML format. It does not support XML format.
8. It does not supports SQL query language. It supports SPARQL is used as query language.
9. It supports In-memory capabilities. It supports In-memory capabilities.
10. It does not provides the concept of Referential Integrity. Hence, no Foreign Keys. It does not provides the concept of Referential Integrity. Hence, no Foreign Keys.
11. It is not available as a cloud service It is not available as a cloud service
12. Programming language supported are .Net, C, C++, C#, Go, Javascript, Lua, Perl, Erlang, Java, PHP, Python, Ruby. Programming language supported are C++ and Java.

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