Getting started with NebulaGraph¶
This topic describes how to use NebulaGraph with Docker Desktop and on-premises deployment workflow to quickly get started with NebulaGraph.
Using NebulaGraph with Docker Desktop¶
NebulaGraph is available as a Docker Extension that you can easily install and run on your Docker Desktop. You can quickly deploy NebulaGraph using Docker Desktop with just one click.
Install Docker Desktop
To install Docker Desktop, you need to install WSL 2 first.
In the left sidebar of Docker Desktop, click Extensions or Add Extensions.
On the Extensions Marketplace, search for NebulaGraph and click Install.
Click Update to update NebulaGraph to the latest version when a new version is available.
Click Open to navigate to the NebulaGraph extension page.
At the top of the page, click Studio in Browser to use NebulaGraph.
For more information about how to use NebulaGraph with Docker Desktop, see the following video:
Deploying NebulaGraph on-premises workflow¶
The following workflow describes how to use NebulaGraph on-premises, including deploying NebulaGraph, connecting to NebulaGraph, and running basic CRUD.
Users can use the RPM or DEB file to quickly deploy NebulaGraph. For other deployment methods and the corresponding preparations, see the Deployment and installation chapter.
Users need to start NebulaGraph after deployment.
Then users can use clients to connect to NebulaGraph. NebulaGraph supports a variety of clients. This topic will describe how to use NebulaGraph Console to connect to NebulaGraph.
When connecting to NebulaGraph for the first time, users must register the Storage Service before querying data.
Users can use nGQL (NebulaGraph Query Language) to run CRUD after connecting to NebulaGraph.