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Category: Amazon Neptune

Visualize your AWS Infrastructure with Amazon Neptune and AWS Config

As an organization, you run critical applications on AWS, and the infrastructure that runs those critical applications can be spread across different accounts and have complex relationships. When you want to understand the landscape of your existing setup, it can seem daunting to go through lists of resources and try to understand how the resources […]

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Configure AWS services to build a knowledge graph in Amazon Neptune using Data Lens

This is a guest post by Russell Waterson, Knowledge Graph Engineer at Data Lens Ltd. Customers use knowledge graphs to consolidate and integrate information assets and make them more readily available. Building knowledge graphs by getting data from disparate existing data sources can be expensive, time-consuming, and complex. Project planning, project management, engineering, maintenance and […]

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Build a knowledge graph in Amazon Neptune using Data Lens

This is a guest post by Russell Waterson, Knowledge Graph Engineer at Data Lens Ltd. Customers use knowledge graphs to consolidate and integrate information assets and make them more readily available. Building knowledge graphs by getting data from disparate existing data sources can be expensive, time-consuming, and complex. Project planning, project management, engineering, maintenance and […]

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Supercharge your knowledge graph using Amazon Neptune, Amazon Comprehend, and Amazon Lex

Knowledge graph applications are one of the most popular graph use cases being built on Amazon Neptune today. Knowledge graphs consolidate and integrate an organization’s information into a single location by relating data stored from structured systems (e.g., e-commerce, sales records, CRM systems) and unstructured systems (e.g., text documents, email, news articles) together in a […]

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Use AWS Lambda functions with Amazon Neptune

Many Amazon Neptune connected data applications for knowledge graphs, identity graphs, and fraud graphs use AWS Lambda functions to query Neptune. This post provides general connection management, error handling, and workload balancing guidance for using any of the popular Gremlin drivers and language variants to connect to Neptune from a Lambda function. The connection management […]

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The following diagram is a Neptune Workbench visualization of the relationship between a document, a corporate acquisition event, and the organizations (with their roles) involved in that event.

Building a knowledge graph in Amazon Neptune using Amazon Comprehend Events

Organizations that need to keep track of financial events, such as mergers and acquisitions or bankruptcy or leadership change announcements, do so by analyzing multiple documents, news articles, SEC filings, or press releases. This data is often unstructured or semi-structured text, which is hard to analyze without a predefined data model. You can use Amazon […]

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The following diagram shows the architecture of the launched graph-app-kit stack for Neptune.

Enabling low code graph data apps with Amazon Neptune and Graphistry

One of the common challenges to unlocking the value of graph databases is building easy-to-use, customer-facing data tools that expose graph-powered insights in impactful and visual ways. Data engineers need to inspect data quality, data scientists need to perform discovery and inspect models, analysts need to investigate connections, and managers need insight into what’s going […]

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Database reset in Neptune is a two-step process.

Resetting your graph data in Amazon Neptune in seconds

As an enterprise application developer building graph applications with Amazon Neptune, you may want to delete and reload your graph data on a regular basis to make sure you’re working with the latest changes in your data, such as new relationships between nodes, or to replace test data with production data. In the past, you […]

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Building a knowledge graph with topic networks in Amazon Neptune

This is a guest blog post by By Edward Brown, Head of AI Projects, Eduardo Piairo, Architect, Marcia Oliveira, Lead Data Scientist, and Jack Hampson, CEO at Deeper Insights. We originally developed our Amazon Neptune-based knowledge graph to extract knowledge from a large textual dataset using high-level semantic queries. This resource would serve as the […]

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How to get started with Neptune ML

Amazon Neptune ML is an easy, fast, and accurate approach for predictions on graphs. In this post, we show you how you can easily set up Neptune ML and infer properties of vertices within a graph. For our use case, we have a movie streaming application and we want to infer the the top genres […]

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