Neo4j Debuts Graph Data Science as a Service

Neo4j, a leading graph data platform, is unveiling Neo4j Graph Data Science, the company's comprehensive graph analytics workspace built for data scientists. The platform is now available with new and enhanced capabilities, and as a fully managed cloud service called AuraDS.

Neo4j Graph Data Science is designed to make it easy for data scientists to achieve greater predictive accuracy with comprehensive graph analysis techniques, according to the vendor.

Users can improve models through a library of graph algorithms, ML pipelines, and data science methods.

Neo4j Graph Data Science makes it easy for data scientists to work within their existing data pipeline of tools across their ecosystem.

Data scientists can use Neo4j Graph Data Science on-premises, and now as a fully managed SaaS solution via Neo4j AuraDS.

Neo4j AuraDS is the power of Graph Data Science available as a fully managed service. It includes access to over 65 graph algorithms in a single workspace so data scientists can experiment faster. In-graph ML models and the native Python client help increase productivity and simplify workflows.

Neo4j AuraDS is available first on Google Cloud's secure, global, and highly performant structure, and can be paid for with existing Google Cloud commitments or with a credit card.

 In addition to the Graph Data Science core functionality, AuraDS customers benefit from:

  • Simple, powerful workflow: A drag-and-drop UI to model and import data into a graph.
  • Scale up and down: Manage access to high compute hardware on-demand as needs change.
  • Automated operations: Workloads are monitored, patched, and backed up behind the scenes without any user action.
  • MLOps support: Persist, publish, and restore models without interruptions from restarts.
  • Predictable cost: Manage costs with pay-as-you-go pricing and the option of pausing unused instances.
  • One-click backup: Take a snapshot of instances, models, and in-memory graphs in one click.

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