2 Replies Latest reply on May 17, 2018 10:59 AM by rico13

    Continuous query with graph-oriented data model




      I am using Neo4j as long term data store and I would like to use Infinispan for a specific use case : subscriptions/notifications.

      Users can ask to subscribe to a specific part of the graph, and whenever an entity/relation is created/updated/deleted, these users should be notified with the latest result.


      I was thinking to use Infinispan continuous query feature for that : a user subscription corresponds to a continuous query, any change in the query result corresponds to a user notification.


      As my data model (pojos) is graph-oriented, I would like to know if Infinispan is the right fit for my use-case, if my queries will stay performant as the in-memory graph data model is growing.


      Thanks by advance.