Graph Engine - Open Source
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Microsoft Graph Engine is a distributed in-memory data processing engine, underpinned by a strongly-typed in-memory key-value store and a general distributed computation engine.
This repository contains the source code of Graph Engine and its graph query language -- Language Integrated Knowledge Query (LIKQ). LIKQ is a versatile graph query language on top of Graph Engine. It combines the capability of fast graph exploration and the flexibility of lambda expression: server-side computations can be expressed in lambda expressions, embedded in LIKQ, and executed on the server side during graph traversal. LIKQ is powering Academic Graph Search API, which is part of Microsoft Cognitive Services.
Graph Engine is regularly released with bug fixes and feature enhancements.
You can install Graph Engine Visual Studio Extension by searching "Graph Engine" in Visual Studio Extensions and Updates (recommended). It can also be downloaded from Visual Studio Gallery.
How to Contribute
Pull requests, issue reports, and suggestions are welcome.
If you are interested in contributing to the code, please fork the
repository and submit pull requests to the
Please submit bugs and feature requests in GitHub Issues.
Building for Windows
To build the
.Net Framework 4.5.1 version, run
To build the
CoreCLR version, you need to download and install the
latest CoreCLR 2.0
Building for Linux
libssl-dev, then execute
tools/build.sh. When the build script is executed for the first
time, it will download and install the latest CoreCLR 2.0 SDK to
tools/dotnet. A nuget package will be built and put at
bin/coreclr/GraphEngine.CoreCLR._version_.nupkg. The folder
bin/coreclr will be registered as a local NuGet repository and the
local package cache for
GraphEngine.CoreCLR will be cleared. After
the package is built, you can run
dotnet restore to use the newly
Note: the build script currently only supports
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