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Category: Amazon Neptune

How Gunosy built a comment feature in News Pass using Amazon Neptune

This guest post is a translation and adaption from How to implement and operate News Pass comment feature in GraphDB using Amazon Neptune, published in Japanese by Gunosy. Gunosy’s motto is to “Optimally deliver information to people around the world.” In their own words “Gunosy has developed and operated multiple media businesses, including the information […]

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Exploring scientific research on COVID-19 with Amazon Neptune, Amazon Comprehend Medical, and the Tom Sawyer Graph Database Browser

COVID-19 is a global crisis that has affected us all. A massive research effort is underway to gain knowledge on every facet of the virus, including symptoms, treatments, and risk factors. To aid in the relief effort, AWS has created the public COVID-19 data lake, which contains various datasets you can use to help in the […]

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Building a customer identity graph with Amazon Neptune

A customer identity graph provides a single unified view of customers and prospects by linking multiple identifiers such as cookies, device identifiers, IP addresses, email IDs, and internal enterprise IDs to a known person or anonymous profile using privacy-compliant methods. It also captures customer behavior and preferences across devices and marketing channels. It acts as […]

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Migrating a Neo4j graph database to Amazon Neptune with a fully automated utility

Amazon Neptune is a fully managed graph database service that makes it easy to build and run applications that work with highly connected datasets. You can benefit from the service’s purpose-built, high-performance, fast, scalable, and reliable graph database engine when you migrate data from your existing self-managed graph databases, such as Neo4j. This post shows […]

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Lower the cost of building graph apps by up to 76% with Amazon Neptune T3 instances

When you are building a graph application, you want a fast, cost-effective instance as you iterate to build your Apache TinkerPop or RDF/SPARQL graph application. Amazon Neptune now allows you to choose burstable performance instances (T3) in addition to the fixed performance instances (R5 and R4). Amazon Neptune db.t3.medium burstable performance instances are engineered specifically […]

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Graphing investment dependency with Amazon Neptune

Storing and querying investment dependencies as a graph in Amazon Neptune reveals new relationships. EDGAR (Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis, and Retrieval) is an online public database from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). EDGAR handles automated collection, validation, indexing, acceptance, and submission forwarding by entities that are required by law to file forms with […]

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2019: The year in review for Amazon Neptune

Amazon Neptune celebrated its 18-month birthday last month. It has been a humbling experience to learn the innovative ways customers want to use graph. NBCUniversal is using Amazon Neptune to manage a graph for serving curated, personalized content. Thomson Reuters is using graph to understand complex regulatory models. Netflix has improved data infrastructure reliability by […]

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Analyzing social media feeds using Amazon Neptune

Data generated from various media applications is valuable for organizations to understand customer sentiments and product feedback. It can also be used to recommend new products and services to their customers. This type of data is highly connected and is challenging to ingest and store in a relational database. A relational database does not store […]

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Your guide to Amazon Neptune sessions, workshops, and chalk talks at AWS re:Invent 2019

AWS re:Invent 2019 is less than two weeks away. This post includes a complete list of Amazon Neptune sessions, workshops, and chalk talks at AWS re:Invent 2019. Use the information on this page to help schedule your week in Las Vegas and accelerate your knowledge of Amazon Neptune. Sessions, Workshops, and Chalk Talks ADM203 – Reimagining advertising analytics & identity […]

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Capture graph changes using Neptune Streams

[Updated – 11/19/2020] Many graph applications can benefit from the ability to capture changes to items stored in an Amazon Neptune database, at the point in time when such changes occur. Amazon Neptune now supports Neptune Streams, a fully managed feature of Neptune that reliably logs every change to your graph as it happens, in […]

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