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TerminusDB is an open-source full-featured in-memory graph database management system that stores data like git.

TerminusDB allows for the whole suite of revision control features: branch, merge, squash, rollback, blame, and time-travel. TerminusDBs are linked through TerminusHub. Hub allows the user to manage access to databases and to collaboratively work on shared resources.

You can make changes to a database, push them to hub and have a collaborator pull the synced version of the database. You can then share and collaborate on curated data sets in a distributed manner using git-like operations like push, pull, fetch, clone and fork. TerminusHub is the future for collaborative data integration.

You can now clone and query all of DBpedia in under 3 minutes via TerminusHub. Watch the full video here.

Get started by downloading TerminusDB here and signing up to TerminusHub.

TerminusDB will be fully featured and open source (GPLv3) forever. TerminusHub has a freemium tier and paid subscriptions for private collaboration. More information on pricing and subscriptions here.

If you are working with an open source or public interest project, we want you to be free forever, so send us a message.


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Luke Feeney