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Graffiti A historical, distributed graph engine

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07.23.2020

by Sylvain Baubeau
At: FOSDEM 2020 https://video.fosdem.org/2020/AW1.121/graph_graffiti.webm
❮p❯Graffiti is the graph engine of Skydive - an open source networking analysis tool. Graffiti was created from scratch to provide the features required by Skydive : distributed, replicated, store the whole history of the graph, allow subcribing to events on the graph using WebSocket and visualization.❮/p❯❮p❯Skydive (https://skydive.network) is an open source analysis tool. It collects information about an infrastructure topology - such as network interfaces, Linux bridges, network namespaces, containers, virtual machines, ... and store them into a graph database called Graffiti (https://github.com/skydive-project/skydive/tree/master/graffiti)❮/p❯
❮p❯The graph is :❮/p❯
❮pre❯❮code❯- distributed : some agents only have a portion of the graph - replicated : for high availability and load distribution - historical : every change on the graph is archived, allowing retrieval of the graph at any point in time or getting all the revisions of a set of nodes and edges during a period of time ❮/code❯❮/pre❯
❮p❯A custom implementation of the Gremlin language is used to query the graph, with some additional steps to specify the time context of the query for instance.❮/p❯
❮p❯In addition to the core engine, a WebSocket based user interface - based on D3JS - is available to visualize and interact with the graph.❮/p❯
❮p❯This presentation will showcase a demo of Graffiti and try to advocate its use in your own project.❮/p❯
Room: AW1.121 Scheduled start: 2020-02-01 14:25:00