The RAPIDS cuGraph library is a collection of GPU accelerated graph algorithms that process data found in GPU DataFrames. The vision of cuGraph is to make graph analysis ubiquitous to the point that users just think in terms of analysis and not technologies or frameworks. To realize that vision, cuGraph operates, at the Python layer, on GPU DataFrames, thereby allowing for seamless passing of data between ETL tasks in cuDF and machine learning tasks in cuML. Data scientists familiar with Python will quickly pick up how cuGraph integrates with the Pandas-like API of cuDF. Likewise, users familiar with NetworkX will quickly recognize the NetworkX-like API provided in cuGraph, with the goal to allow existing code to be ported with minimal effort into RAPIDS. For users familiar with C++/CUDA and graph structures, a C++ API is also provided. However, there is less type and structure checking at the C++ layer. For more project details, see rapids.ai.