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Category: Amazon Neptune

Figure 2: A diagram visualizing the steps involved in data processing across two layers, the data layer and the knowledge layer and their implementations with AWS services.

Field Notes: Data-Driven Risk Analysis with Amazon Neptune and Amazon Elasticsearch Service

September 8, 2021: Amazon Elasticsearch Service has been renamed to Amazon OpenSearch Service. See details. This blog post is co-authored with Charles Crouspeyre and Angad Srivastava. Charles is Director at Accenture Applied Intelligence and ASEAN AI SME (Subject Matter Expert) and Angad is Data and Analytics Consultant at AWS and NLP (Natural Language Processing) expert. […]

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Building a Serverless Outbreak Management Solution with AWS Data Lab

September 8, 2021: Amazon Elasticsearch Service has been renamed to Amazon OpenSearch Service. See details. This post was co-written by Dhruba Mondal and Shhalu Mittal of Erickson Senior Living and Rielah De Jesus Erickson Senior Living is an owner, manager, and developer of retirement communities in the United States. We provide independent living, assisted living, […]

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Nike: A Social Graph at Scale with Amazon Neptune

Getting a graph database to be performant and easy to use is very different from making a NoSQL (non-relational) database high-performing. Listen in as Todd Escalona of AWS talks with Marc Wangenheim, Senior Engineering Manager at Nike, about how the company powers a number of applications via a social graph, built on Amazon Neptune, which […]

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Glenn’s Take on re:Invent Part 2

Glenn Gore here, Chief Architect for AWS. I’m in Las Vegas this week — with 43K others — for re:Invent 2017. We’ve got a lot of exciting announcements this week. I’m going to check in to the Architecture blog with my take on what’s interesting about some of the announcements from an cloud architectural perspective. […]

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