Just sharing the updates. I made the WIP version for google datastore on https://github.com/SteamShon/incubator-s2graph/tree/datastore. To test this please reference on DatastoreStorageTest.
I tested it only on my local environment as follow. 1. startup local datastore HTTP server using emulators. gcloud beta emulators datastore start --host-port localhost:8080 --consistency 1.0 --project async-test --data-dir project-test 2. checkout above branch. 3. startup s2graphql server using following options. sbt -DschemaCacheTTL=-1 -Dhttp.port=8000 -DenableMutation=true -Ds2graph.storage.backend=datastore -Ddatastore.host="http://localhost:8080" -Ddatastore.dataset=async-test -Ddatastore.version=v1beta3 -Ddatastore.namespace=test 'project s2graphql' '~re-start' then you can follow up https://github.com/apache/incubator-s2graph/tree/master/s2graphql If anyone with interest and time, please review. I would appreciate any feedback. On Sat, Nov 3, 2018 at 7:24 AM DO YUNG YOON <sho...@gmail.com> wrote: > Hi Hwansung. > > I think implementing DatastoreFetcher/DatastoreMutator, > DynamoDBFetcher/DynamoDBMutator class which implement our Fetcher/Mutator > interface will help you to work with data in that storage. > > The purpose of exposing Fetcher/Mutator interface is for others to > implement in their way to work with their storage, only focusing on how to > fetch vertex/edge from storage when the S2Query is given, and how to store > vertex/edge to storage when S2Edge/S2Vertex are given. > > Also if you are deploying s2graph rest on the public cloud, then we can > provide docker image for s2graph rest(not sure if we are already providing > it, let me check it out). > > I have very little experience on the public cloud, such as GCP and AWS, so > I might think the wrong direction. I guess we can list what are the > necessary parts, then create issues regarding it. > > Please feel free to advise on my comments. > > On Fri, Nov 2, 2018 at 10:09 AM Hwansung Yu <r...@apache.org> wrote: > >> Hi, folks. >> >> I have recently been working in a new environment. >> I'm considering running s2graph on the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and >> AWS. >> But operating HBase in a cloud platform environment is not easy. >> Of course, AWS provides Hbase based on EMR, but if it supports >> nosql basically provided such as DynamoDB or Datastore(GCP), is it >> possible to operate s2graph more easily in the cloud environment? >> >> Regards. >> >