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Category: Amazon Neptune

How Informatica® Cloud Data Governance and Catalog uses Amazon Neptune for knowledge graphs

This post was co-written with Tiju Titus John and Deepak Ram from Informatica. In this post, we discuss the significance of data governance and cataloging, and how Informatica®’s latest product can help enterprises address challenges in this area of high complexity. We also discuss how Informatica® uses a graph database solution based on Amazon Neptune […]

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Uncover financial fraud with Amazon Neptune and Tom Sawyer Perspectives

This is a guest post written by Janet M. Six, Senior Product Manager at Tom Sawyer Software. Fraud and corruption affect the lives of millions of people by impacting the financial health of corporations and individuals. Fraud is typically carried out by multiple parties that, by their very nature, strive to remain hidden in plain […]

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Automate the stopping and starting of Amazon Neptune environment resources using resource tags

Automating the management of the compute resources associated with your Amazon Neptune database cluster can save you time and money. The most significant cost when running Neptune for your graph workloads are the compute resources in the database cluster. If you’re also using associated resources such as Amazon SageMaker notebook instances, which you can use […]

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Fine Grained Access Control for Amazon Neptune data plane actions

Amazon Neptune is purpose-built to store and navigate relationships. This provides advantages over relational databases for use cases like social networking, recommendation engines, and fraud detection, where you need to create relationships between data and quickly query these relationships. At AWS, security is Job Zero. Neptune offers several security features, including network isolation, encryption, and […]

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Introducing Amazon Neptune Global Database

Today, Amazon Neptune announced the general availability of Amazon Neptune Global Database. You can use Neptune Global Database to build graph applications across multiple AWS Regions using the same graph database. Neptune Global Database is available in the US East (N. Virginia), US East (Ohio), US West (N. California), US West (Oregon), Europe (Ireland), Europe […]

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Discover new insights from your data using SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) and Amazon Neptune

A relational database is like a multitool: it can do many things, but it’s not perfectly suited to all tasks. For example, suppose a police department has been using a relational database to perform crime data analysis. As their breadth of sources and volume of data grows, they start to experience performance issues in querying […]

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Announcing the General Availability of openCypher support for Amazon Neptune

Today, we announced the general availability of openCypher query language support with Amazon Neptune. Now you can use openCypher with Neptune to build or migrate graph applications to a fast, reliable, and fully managed graph database. You can use the relationships in your data to expand your businesses by building knowledge graphs to link and […]

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Explore the semantic knowledge graphs without SPARQL using Amazon Neptune with Rhizomer

This is a guest post written by Roberto García, Associate Professor and Deputy Vice-rector for Research & Transfer at Universitat de Lleida, Spain. In this post, we illustrate how to use the Rhizomer web application to interact with knowledge graphs available as semantic data from an Amazon Neptune instance through its SPARQL endpoint. Neptune is […]

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Combine Amazon Neptune and Amazon OpenSearch Service for geospatial queries

Many AWS customers are looking to solve their business problems by storing and integrating data across a combination of purpose-built databases. The reason for that is purpose-built databases provide innovative ways to build data access patterns that would be challenging or inefficient to solve otherwise. For example, we can model highly connected geospatial data as […]

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