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System Apache Cassandra Ontotext
 Version 3 8.5.0 as of 2018-March
 Drawbacks community support only available NA
 Name Apache Cassandra GraphDB / Ontotext
 Advantages Open Source Columnar NoSQL Database with excellent performance Quick and easy to setup. Performance very fast
 Languages Supported C C# C++ Java Node.js PHP Python Ruby NA
 Website www.datastax.com/products/datastax-enterprise www.graphdb.ontotext.com
 XML Support no no
 JSON Support yes yes
 Brief description MongoDB is a free and open-source cross-platform document-oriented database program. Classified as a NoSQL database program, MongoDB uses JSON-like documents with schemata. MongoDB is developed by MongoDB Inc. Graph Database based on RDF. Helps to build a data platform. Native support for text search.Support for a database cluster.
 Database Model Primarily a NoSQL database RDF Store, Graph Database
 Technical Documentation docs.datastax.com graphdb.ontotext.com/documentation
 License Commercial commercial. Community edition can be used perpetually
 Cloud-based / SaaS Virtual Machine Images available in AWS Azure and Google Cloud Marketplace. https://bitnami.com/stack/cassandra/cloud/aws Amazon AMI available
 Implementation Language C,C++ NA
 Operating System Supported Linux OS X Solaris Windows Linux , OS X, Windows
 Options for Integration / Access API CQL (Cassandra Query Language is like SQL) Thrift Protocol Java API , RDF4j API,SPARQL 1.1, GeoSPARQL, GraphQL?
 Consistency Highly Consistent Eventual consistency
 Foreign Keys No No
 Streaming Support Yes No
 Analytics Support One of the core features is to build timeseries apps Yes. Native text search and probalisitic capabalities
 Data Storage Schema Key Value Column Family NoSQL DB RDF
 Notable Users Samsung Smartthings, ING Vysya , Safeway --
 Key Differentiator Open Source NoSQL DB. The GoTo DB for Columnar NoSQL databases --
 Concurrency Yes --
 Partitioning Yes --
 Replication Yes - Tunable Master-Slave Replication --
 Secondary Indexes Yes --
 SchemaLess Yes --
 SQL Query No, but CQL is similar to SQL --