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TigerGraph Cloud is built on the same TigerGraph Enterprise Server engine that is delivering the fastest and most scalable graph database.
Generally speaking, most of the documentation for TigerGraph Enterprise Server also applies to TigerGraph Cloud. However, since TigerGraph Cloud does not have a command line interface in OS level, any command line features are not supported in the same way. In many cases, an alternative GUI-based method has been introduced. For advanced OS level commands, you can submit a support ticket for more information.
In April 2020, GSQL Web Shell is introduced for TigerGraph paid tiers. It allows for all GSQL commands except for user management and password changes.
See the TigerGraph Cloud FAQs for answers to common questions.
Topic
TigerGraph Enterprise Server
TigerGraph Cloud
GSQL Graph Algorithm Library
Yes
Installation not yet supported. Generated algorithms can be copied-and-pasted into the Write Queries code panel in GraphStudio
Release Notes
Yes
TigerGraph Cloud Provides Two Database Versions: V2.6.3 and V3.0.5
GSQL 101
Yes
Basic concepts still apply, most CREATE, INSTALL, LOAD, and RUN commands are replaced with the GraphStudio GUI-based approach.
GSQL 102 Pattern Matching
Yes
The same patterns can be used in queries.
MultiGraph Overview
Yes
Yes. Choose V3.0.5 in TigerGraph Cloud
Hardware and Software Requirements
Yes
N/A
Installation and Configuration
Yes
N/A. There are a few simple steps to install a Starter Kit. See the TigerGraph Cloud FAQs.
User Access Management
Yes
Yes. Choose V3.0.5 in TigerGraph Cloud for multiple users in one TigerGraph solution.
Data Encryption
Yes
N/A. TigerGraph Cloud is setup already for encrypted data at rest and at motion.
System Management
Yes
The Cloud Admin Portal is enhanced over the TigerGraph Server Admin Portal. Backup and Restore is done through the Cloud Admin Portal.
GraphStudio UI Guide
Yes
Yes
GSQL Demo Examples
Yes
Yes
GSQL Language Reference, Part 1 Data Definition and Loading
Yes
Yes. GSQL Web Shell (Paid Tiers) supports Data Definition and Loading. Data files can be imported into the filesystem through GraphStudio, or submit support request to import into the filesystem. In addition, the operations can be performed through the GraphStudio user interface.
GSQL Language Reference, Part 2 Querying
Yes
Yes
RESTPP API User Guide
Yes
Yes. Note the URL assigned to your solution.
Transaction Processing and ACID Support
Yes
Yes
Data Loader User Guides
Yes
S3 Loader can be used through the GraphStudio interface. In addition, S3 Loader and Kafka Loader can be used in GSQL Web Shell (Paid Tiers).
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