On top of that, it supports TinkerPop Blueprints and Java Data Objects(JDO). The TinkerPop Blueprints are particularly interesting as they provide a graph database Domain Specific Language (DSL) to operate directly on the graph structure.
This all looks like a solid foundation for a Configuration Management Data Base (CMDB), starting with capturing infrastructure information (server connections, service dependencies) in a graph, using a standardized information model structure, and storing configuration item (CI) details as documents.
Goal for the week is to have all the classes of the current CIM model reflected in the database.
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graphdb cmdb ruby java
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