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AWS Makes Neptune, its Graph Database Service, Serverless

By ET Bureau - October 28, 2022 1 Mins Read

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has launched Neptune, a service for running apps that need a graph database to store and query connected datasets.

The Amazon Neptune Serverless option for Neptune, which automatically scales to support variable graph database workloads, is now being added by AWS to keep up with the serverless trend. According to AWS VP of databases, analytics, and machine learning Swami Sivasubramanian, Neptune Serverless supports the same graph query languages as Amazon Neptune, and users only pay for the apps they use.

In April, when it released Amazon Aurora Serverless V2, its serverless database service, and SageMaker Serverless Inference, a solution for running AI systems without configuring the underlying infrastructure, AWS last significantly increased the scope of its serverless product portfolio.

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