Posted On: Dec 4, 2019

Amazon Neptune now offers a workbench, an in-console experience to query your graph. The workbench lets you quickly and easily query your Neptune databases with Jupyter notebooks – a fully managed, interactive development environment with live code and narrative text.  

Amazon Neptune is a fast, reliable, fully managed graph database service that makes it easy to build and run applications that work with highly connected datasets. Customers want to access their graph quickly. Now you can create notebooks from the AWS Console for new or existing Neptune clusters. Once the notebooks have been created, they can be used to query the graph database for either Gremlin or SPARQL queries. You can also invoke the bulk loader, run query plans and profile queries using the notebook. The notebooks also contain samples to help you get started with Neptune quickly. Access to the notebooks is controlled via the AWS Console authentication, and customers can choose to use the notebooks with Neptune clusters secured with IAM authentication.  

Notebooks are hosted and billed through SageMaker’s notebook service. Customers are charged for the notebook instance while the instance is in Ready state. Amazon Neptune Workbench is offered in all regions where Neptune is currently available. To learn more about workbench, visit our documentation.