back to article If you need an in-mem analytics cruncher – and, hey, who doesn't? – Microsoft Graph Engine is now open source

Microsoft Graph Engine, the in-memory-store-slash-computation engine, has been released under the open source MIT license. The GitHub repository contains the source code of Graph Engine and its graph query language, Language Integrated Query, which is already utilized by the Academic Graph Search API in Microsoft Cognitive …

  1. getHandle

    They really are trying hard

    The trouble is, I will always see Microsoft as a predatory, aggressive, marketing-led, profit-driven company with no interest in my success. So I'm afraid I'm out.

  2. Steve Davies 3 Silver badge

    Obviously a dead product

    that they have no further use for.


    They want the FOSS people to take it and enhance it for free. Then they can 'Embrace' it again and

    Well you know the rest.

  3. Tim99 Silver badge

    I feel really old now.

    It was 1971. Writing a (chemistry) graphing program in FORTRAN was my first realization that learning "computing" was something that I really needed to do for my career.

  4. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Chakra, Trident, Trinity...

    People there might be very religious eh:-/

  5. Alan Bourke

    Wah wah wah

    big bad Microsoft. Get over it.

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