JanusGraph is a distributed system, meaning that multiple instances can coordinate into one system to support very large graphs. JanusGraph graphs scale with the number of machines in the cluster and is thus optimized for working with graphs of hundreds of billions of nodes and edges.
JanusGraph is a database that can support many concurrent users executing complex graph traversals, or queries, in real time. They use Gremlin, a graph traversal language, for commands and queries. To handle large-scale analytical processing, such as running complex graph algorithms, JanusGraph supports the Hadoop framework for large-scale graph storage and analytics.
On top of JanusGraph, Linkurious Enterprise makes graph data and graph analytics results available to end-users through a browser-based graph visualization and analysis platform. Linkurious Enterprise can be plugged directly to JanusGraph, letting analysts and investigators explore, query, and visualize graph data without prior knowledge of the Gremlin traversal language.