A Powerfully Distributed, Scalable, Lightning-Fast Graph Database

Nebula Graph is an open-source graph database unmatched in its ability to host super large-scale graphs using billions of vertices (nodes) and trillions of edges with milliseconds of latency. This empowers businesses to reveal untapped value buried in complex data.


Customer Testimonials

Nebula Graph 1.0 Benchmark Report

Nebula Graph has just published the benchmark data based on the LDBC social networking benchmark dataset. The report mainly focuses on the k-hop read latency and throughput performance.

Nebula Graph Features

Open Source

We are continuing to collaborate with the community to prepare, popularize and promote the graph database.


Nebula Graph only allows authenticated access via role-based access control .


Nebula Graph supports multiple storage engine types and the query language can be extended to support new algorithms.


Nebula Graph provides low latency read and write , while still maintaining high throughput to simplify the most complex data sets.


With a shared-nothing distributed architecture , Nebula Graph offers linear scalability.


Nebula Graph's SQL-like query language is easy to understand and powerful enough to meet complex business needs.

Highly Available

With horizontal scalability and a snapshot feature, Nebula Graph guarantees high availability even in case of failures.

Production Ready

Large Internet companies like JD, Meituan, and Xiaohongshu have deployed Nebula Graph in production environments. They chose Nebula Graph for some common reasons .

Latest Nebula Graph Posts

New Players: Something You Should Know When Reading Nebula Graph Source Code

This article teaches you how to read the Nebula Graph source code by explaining how a graph query is executed in Nebula Graph in detail.

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Pick of the Week at Nebula Graph - GO with int Type

In this weekly issue, we are exicited to announce that the GO statement in nGQL now supports the int data type.

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Pick of the Week at Nebula Graph - FETCH Syntax Goes Further with New Features

In this weekly issue, we are covering the new features of the FETCH syntax in nGQL and how to speed your data import to Nebula Graph.

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