Welcome to Quine Reference Documentation¶
Quine is a stateful streaming graph interpreter. It consumes high volume data streams and publishes processed results to other streaming data consumers.
Quine eliminates the complex technical challenges of managing data ordering, time windowing, vertical and horizontal scalability, and the complex asynchronous processing needed to find compound objects or patterns spread across data streams.
Quine is easily integrated into existing data pipelines and highly scalable across existing and next-generation enterprise infrastructure.
Install Quine by downloading a
jarfile, pulling a container from Docker, or building it form source code.
Connect to an event source, shape events into a graph, inspect data, and develop business logic in minutes.
If you're new to Quine, or just want a refresher on the fundamentals, you've come to the right place. These docs introduce you to the concepts behind Quine and its architecture.
Once that you feel comfortable with the basics of Quine, these articles will deepen your understanding of how to take advantage of a streaming graph inside your streaming system.
Use the REST API endpoints to implement data pipelines, retrieve data, and operate a Quine instance.
Cypher is the most widely use query language for interacting with data in a property graph format.
Please reach out to the team in Slack if the reference docs do not provide what you are looking for.