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Apache AGE is one of the Apache Software Foundation's incubating projects, designed for a graph database extension for PostgreSQL. As the incubating project supported by the Apache Software Foundation, Apache AGE is designed to create single storage that can handle both the relational and graph data models so that writing ANSI SQL along with openCypher in a same query.
The five components of Apache AGE runs on the PostgreSQL transaction layers.
Grammar for openCypher is implemented. It parses Cypher queries embedded in Cypher function calls.
This component transforms a Cypher query into a query tree, which is attached as a subquery node.
Understands some graph operations and produces plan nodes that are related to graph operations.
Plan nodes that are related to graph operations are executed.
Transaction / Cache Layer
Cypher queries work with Postgres’ existing fully transactional system (ACID).
- List of Apache Software Foundation projects
- "What is Apache AGE?". The Stack. Retrieved 2021-01-27.
- Ewbank, Kay. "PostgreSQL Multi-Model Graph Extension Announced". Retrieved 2021-01-27.
- "Apache AGE (Incubating)". Apache AGE. Retrieved 2021-01-27.
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