Tom Sawyer Graph Database Browser Support for New Amazon Neptune Revealed at AWS re:Invent 2017

New Graph Database Browser Visualizes and Analyzes Data Stored in the Amazon Neptune Graph Database

Now anyone can use the new Tom Sawyer Graph Database Browser for enterprise applications including Social Network Analysis, Fraud Investigations, Knowledge Graphs, and Network Topology/IT Operations.

On November 29, 2017, Amazon announced Tom Sawyer Software's support for their newest AWS service, Amazon Neptune, currently in Preview. Tom Sawyer Perspectives Graph Database Browser is the first and only end-to-end application that imports data directly from S3 storage into Amazon Neptune.

The new Graph Database Browser enables customers to immediately browse and visualize connections, social networks, shortest paths, perform many other graph analytics, and run queries. It executes native Neptune load commands to import data from S3, removing the need for command line tools.

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Now anyone can use the new Tom Sawyer Graph Database Browser for enterprise applications including Social Network Analysis, Fraud Investigations, Knowledge Graphs, and Network Topology/IT Operations.

Join Us at the AWS Hands-on Lab on November 29 at 12:15 p.m.

Patrick Madden

Our Principal Solutions Architect, Patrick Madden, will join AWS Developers to introduce and demonstrate how to use the Tom Sawyer Graph Database Browser to visualize Amazon Neptune graph data. Patrick and our graph visualization and analysis experts will be there to assist in hands-on training, meet attendees, and answer questions.

Without writing any code, data scientists, architects, developers, and business analysts can use our Graph Database Browser to truly see what's in their data and customize the look and feel of their applications.

Learn more about our support for Amazon Neptune.

The Graph Database Browser makes it fast and easy to load data from Amazon Simple Storage Service, or S3, into Amazon Neptune without coding. Here a network dataset was imported and automatically drawn and ready for interactive viewing.

The Graph Database Browser makes it fast and easy to load data from Amazon Simple Storage Service, or S3, into Amazon Neptune without coding. Here a network dataset was imported and automatically drawn and ready for interactive viewing.

Join Us at the AWS Hands-on Lab on November 29 at 12:15 p.m.

Patrick Madden

Our Principal Solutions Architect, Patrick Madden, will join AWS Developers to introduce and demonstrate how to use the Tom Sawyer Graph Database Browser to visualize Amazon Neptune graph data. Patrick and our graph visualization and analysis experts will be there to assist in hands-on training, meet attendees, and answer questions.

Without writing any code, data scientists, architects, developers, and business analysts can use our Graph Database Browser to truly see what's in their data and customize the look and feel of their applications.

Learn more about our support for Amazon Neptune.

Unique Benefits That Go Well Beyond the Capabilities of a Typical Graph Database Browser

Data scientists, architects, analysts, and developers can use our new Graph Database Browser for many enterprise applications including Social Network Analysis, Fraud Investigations, Knowledge Graphs, and Network Topology/IT Operations.

  • Easy Data Loading: Load data into Amazon Neptune from a variety of enterprise sources, including automated integration with Amazon S3 without writing Neptune load commands.
  • Data-Driven Intelligence: Let the application automatically detect and display labeled data types and properties for easy understanding of the database contents. Data Scientists find this extremely useful.
  • Query and Data Validation: Easily run queries using popular languages like Gremlin and SPARQL to confirm results are as expected. For example, a query to find all nodes with "type=router" and "status=down" returns a clear, readable network graph drawing that you can interactively browse.

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AWS re:Invent 2017

More Information

Tom Sawyer Perspectives graph and data visualization and analysis technology is a fully integrated cloud platform offering that works with Amazon Neptune.

Learn more about our support for Amazon Neptune.

About AWS re:Invent: This is a learning conference hosted by Amazon Web Services for the global cloud computing community. The event features keynote announcements, training, and certification opportunities. At the conference, you'll have access to more than 1,000 technical sessions, a partner expo, after-hours events, and so much more.

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AWS re:Invent 2017