Trusted by enterprise companies
Dgraph is the only native GraphQL
database with a graph backend.
Simply define a schema and let Dgraph take care of the rest.
Instant GraphQL API out of the box.
Millisecond response times, across massive datasets, with many layers of separation.
Horizontal scale to support high throughput requirements.
Our mission is to help developers and organizations leverage the power of graph and GraphQL to build applications better, faster, and more easily.
EASE OF USE
Simply create one GraphQL schema, deploy it, and have instant database and API access. No impedance mismatch — no GraphQL resolvers needed.
Choose industry-standard GraphQL for speed and simplicity, and extend with the more powerful DQL language when you need to.
Dgraph is built like a search engine. Queries are broken into sub-queries, which runs concurrently to achieve low-latency and high throughput.
Automatically shards graph and rebalances across as many nodes as you need.
Unlike most databases, Dgraph was built for distributed queries from day one, and optimizes queries via unique, predicate-based indexing.
Harness the Power of Connected Data
Everything you need to unify your data, build your app, and scale your operations — out-of-the-box
Dgraph naturally combines multiple, big data sets, supporting native graph data linkages and massive scale.
Once ingested, users throughout an enterprise are empowered for self-service.
They can use GraphQL – a uniquely flexible and easy-to-learn API approach – to get whatever data they need immediately, without waiting days or weeks for API changes.
Companies using Dgraph to unify data
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The Dgraph Difference
We chose to build our platform on top of a graph database because of the flexibility and speed. A single database with the flexibility of traditional NoSQL and the ability to create relationships within the data, like SQL.
Scaling your application is easy and instant even with terabytes of data. Dgraph scales with you while guaranteeing high-throughput and low-latency by default.