Amazon Neptune

Build and run graph applications with highly connected datasets

Free 750 hours of  t3.medium or t4g.medium instance usage

for 30 days with AWS Free Tier

Build and run identity, knowledge, fraud graph, and other applications with performance, and execute more than 100,000 queries per second.

Deploy high performance graph applications using popular open-source APIs such as Gremlin, openCypher and SPARQL, and easily migrate existing applications.

Operate graph databases without worrying about hardware provisioning, software patching, setup, configuration, or backups; and pay no upfront licensing costs.

How it works

Amazon Neptune is a fast, reliable, fully managed graph database service that makes it easy to build and run applications.

Use cases

Build connections between identities

Easily build identity graphs for identity resolution solutions such as social graphs, and accelerate updates for ad targeting, personalization, and analytics.

Learn more about identity graphs »

Build knowledge graph applications

Add topical data to product catalogs, model general information, and help users quickly navigate highly connected datasets.

Learn more about knowledge graphs on AWS »

Detect fraud patterns

Build graph queries for near-real-time identity fraud pattern detection in financial and purchase transactions.

Learn more about identifying
fraud patterns with fraud graphs on AWS »

Security graphs to improve IT security

Proactively detect and investigate IT infrastructure using a layered security approach. Visualize all infrastructure to plan, predict and mitigate risk.

Learn more about using security graphs »

How to get started

Find out how Amazon Neptune works

Learn about performance, scalability, security, and more.

Explore Amazon Neptune features »

Get started with Amazon Neptune

Start building with Amazon Neptune on the AWS Management Console

Sign in »

Learn more in a course

Find out how to write queries, troubleshoot performance, and more.

Start the course »

Explore more of AWS