Visualizing the DSE Graph
Building DataStax visualization tools for the DSE Graph database
DataStax Enterprise 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 the DataStax Enterprise (DSE) Graph, making it easier than ever for you to explore and create effective DSE Graph visualizations from your data.
The DSE Graph is a highly scalable graph database. It makes use of Apache CassandraTM and Apache TinkerPopTM and is based on the open source Titan graph database.
The DSE Graph has been designed for enterprise cloud applications that require a high-performance back-end capable of handling very large volumes of complex and evolving graph data. It also delivers continuous uptime and predictable performance.
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KeyLines & DSE Graph FAQ
DataStax Enterprise Graph is a highly scalable graph database designed for enterprise cloud applications requiring a high performance back-end capable of handling very large volumes of complex and evolving graph data.
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 application showing how KeyLines integrates with DSE Graph. In this scenario, the KeyLines files are hosted on a web server and presented to users in the web browser.
By interacting with nodes and links in their KeyLines chart, users raise queries to the DSE Graph database, which are communicated to TinkerPop using WebSockets or HTTP calls – depending on your application’s requirements. The data is then returned as a JSON object for KeyLines to visualize.
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.
If you’re ready to get started, Request a free KeyLines trial.