Visualizing Amazon Neptune
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Amazon Neptune graph visualization
It provides a completely flexible way to build powerful, custom-designed graph visualization tools that work anywhere, on any device.
KeyLines integrates seamlessly with Amazon Neptune, making it easier than ever for you to explore and create effective Amazon Neptune visualizations from your data.
Amazon Neptune is a hosted graph database service with an engine optimized for storing billions of relationships and querying the graph with milliseconds of latency.
It supports two different open standards for describing and querying data – Gremlin, and Resource Description Framework (RDF) queried with SPARQL.
Want to get started? Check out our Amazon Neptune integration tutorial
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KeyLines & Amazon Neptune FAQ
Amazon Neptune is a fast, reliable, managed graph database for running applications that work with densely connected datasets – sometimes called ‘graph data’.
Instances are managed by the AWS team, meaning its easy and fast to get started, and you don’t need to worry about patching, configurations, back-ups or the other usual database management tasks.
Hundreds of organizations worldwide use KeyLines to make sense of complex connected data in domains including security and intelligence, law enforcement, fraud detection, infrastructure management and cyber threat intelligence.
We’ve built a demo Amazon Neptune graph visualization application showing how KeyLines integrates with the official Gremlin driver. The user’s interactions with a KeyLines chart trigger a query to your app’s backend, where a Gremlin query is formed and submitted, via a node.js driver, to Neptune. The data is then fetched back to KeyLines and presented in an interactive node-link format.
Yes, KeyLines comes with integrations for Vue and AngularJS. If you’re interested in building a graph visualization application in React, take a look at our ReGraph product instead.
If you’re not ready to get started yet, take a look at our blog. You’ll find useful information graph visualization best practice, and integrating our products with many different graph databases. Visit the blog.
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