AWS Database Blog

Category: Amazon Neptune

How LifeOmic’s JupiterOne simplifies security and compliance operations with Amazon Neptune

This is a guest blog post by Erkang Zheng, the CISO at LifeOmic. Most organizations take a linear, list-based approach to security operations. It’s a two-dimensional process. First, identify resources. Second, manage their configurations. Ideally the tools and technologies for management also alert security analysts about changes in the environment and help with remediation. The […]

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Introducing Gremlin query hints for Amazon Neptune

Amazon Neptune is a fast, reliable, fully managed graph database, optimized for storing and querying highly connected data. It is ideal for online applications that rely on navigating and leveraging connections in their data. Amazon Neptune supports W3C RDF graphs that can be queried using the SPARQL query language. It also supports Apache TinkerPop property […]

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Let Me Graph That For You – Part 1 – Air Routes

We’re pleased to announce the start of a multi-part series of posts for Amazon Neptune in which we explore graph application datasets and queries drawn from many different domains and problem spaces. Amazon Neptune is a fast and reliable, fully-managed graph database, optimized for storing and querying highly connected data. It is ideal for online […]

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Analyze Amazon Neptune Graphs using Amazon SageMaker Jupyter Notebooks

Whether you’re creating a new graph data model and queries, or exploring an existing graph dataset, it can be useful to have an interactive query environment that allows you to visualize the results. In this blog post we show you how to achieve this by connecting an Amazon SageMaker notebook to an Amazon Neptune database. […]

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Query your AWS database from your serverless application

AWS database customers want to save money, scale seamlessly, and enjoy high availability by not having to launch Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) hosts in their virtual private cloud (VPC) to use as database clients. An application that you run without provisioning or managing an EC2 host is known as a serverless application. In […]

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