I've decided to learn DGraph over many other graphs that I have researched. Throughout my search I read about how other DBs (Janus/Titan Neo4j) needed in some cases a back-end storage database? Is this the case with DGraph?Just curious how much learning I will have to take on with multiple software technologies.
Hi @jaymon, you've made a good choice
Dgraph uses its own backend storage called Badger. Users won't really need to learn how to use (or even know about) Badger, it's completely transparent.
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