Distributed knowledge network scenario with Nebula Open Source version

we have questions about Nebula Open Source features on distribution & clustering.
we need to run a network that works with 100+ clusters to serve our knowledge graph. can we use open-source version of Nebula for this scenaria? is there any limitations? how can we use NebulaGraph for a distributed data network scenario? does it support dynamic cluster configurations? [ adding new nodes / removing nodes dynamically ]

Dear @walue , welcome to the nebula community!

can we use the open-source version of Nebula for this scenario?

wey: sure, you can :slight_smile:

Are there any limitations?

wey: There are no constraints other than the Apache 2.0 license itself. If the limitations refer to what’s missing comparing to the enterprise version, you could refer to: https://nebula-graph.io/pricing, the main differences here are mainly the support level and some minor GUI features.

how can we use NebulaGraph for a distributed data network scenario?

wey: Nebula Graph is designed to be native distributed, you can deploy the cluster from binaries or via its k8s operator:

does it support dynamic cluster configurations? [ adding new nodes / removing nodes dynamically ]

wey: It’s supported in the open-source version! :slight_smile:

Please refer to docs: FAQ - Nebula Graph Database Manual

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