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From David Radley <>
Subject Fw: JanusGraph - fork of Titan?
Date Wed, 18 Jan 2017 12:30:24 GMT
This article
gives more background and indicates that it is a Titan fork. It looks like 
Atlas will need to support Tinkerpop 3 (or a subset) to support 
JanusGraph. I see ATLAS-610 is open in this areas,

   regards David. 

----- Forwarded by David Radley/UK/IBM on 18/01/2017 12:23 -----

From:   Mandy Chessell/UK/IBM@IBMGB
Date:   18/01/2017 12:16
Subject:        Re: JanusGraph - fork of Titan?

Hello Hemanth,
My understanding is that JanusGraph is planned to be the future 
development project for a graph database using Titan as a starting point. 
>From an Apache Atlas point of view, we should look to add a JanusGraph 
mapping under the TinkerPop-based Graph Abstraction Layer so we have a 
graph implementation that is being actively developed.

All the best
Mandy Chessell CBE FREng CEng FBCS
IBM Distinguished Engineer
IBM Analytics Group CTO Office

Master Inventor
Member of the IBM Academy of Technology
Visiting Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of 


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From:   Hemanth Yamijala <>
To:     "" <>
Date:   18/01/2017 12:33
Subject:        JanusGraph - fork of Titan?

Found this from an announcement today on the Titan mailing list:

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