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AWS Introduces Amazon Neptune Serverless to Enhance Environments for Graph Databases

By Niraj Paliwal - October 31, 2022 1 Mins Read

Amazon Web Services, Inc. introduced a serverless edition of Amazon Neptune, its graph database service hosted in the cloud. The recently released Amazon Neptune Serverless is designed to make daily tasks for administrators easier.

The service’s goal is to lower the price of cloud infrastructure in the process. A graph database is a type of specialized database that keeps track of both business data and information about how that data is related to other data. For instance, a graph database can show whether two sales records were produced by the same business unit.

Companies can keep track of connections between various datasets by keeping server and network logs, for example. There are other types of databases besides graph databases that can store these connections.

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Read More: https://siliconangle.com/2022/10/27/aws-debuts-amazon-neptune-serverless-optimize-graph-database-environments/



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