Verifying the well-formedness of a model is highly important in model-driven developments.
The validation of predetermined constraints is run by querying with
different tools. In addition, faults get injected and corrected into the model during
the development process. The tools can be compared based on how much time they
need to be finished. The Train Benchmark project concentrates such an evaluation
on model which consists of railway elements. The Train Benchmark has already been
implemented for ten tools. This thesis is about to describe how the Train Benchmark
operates. It also shows the performing process of the benchmarking on two graph
database tools. Moreover, it demonstrates an additional tool, named Graph Engine,
which was developed by Microsoft. Afterwards, it assesses the benchmarking of the
Graph Engine and compares it with the results of the other two tools. Besides, it
gives a general summary of the particularity of graph databases. In the end, it sums
up the advantages and disadvantages of the Graph Engine.