Announcing Neo4j in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace [Azure Series, Part I]
Using the combined power of the world’s leading graph database (that’s Neo4j) and the flexibility and scale of Microsoft’s trusted cloud platform, organizations can transform the way they approach and extract the value from their data.
Why Use Neo4j with Microsoft Azure
As systems and processes become increasingly interconnected, organizations need to understand and leverage cross-domain intelligence. Neo4j’s native graph database is designed from the ground up to efficiently find and employ data relationships.
This ability, coupled with the adaptive scale of Microsoft Azure, enables organizations to address today’s evolving data challenges with a level of speed and agility not previously possible.
Neo4j in the Azure Marketplace is an ideal option for organizations embracing the public cloud, that need a highly scalable way to deliver constant, real-time performance. With this integrated Neo4j and Azure solution, enterprises can build intelligent applications to meet today’s dynamic business needs in areas of graph-based search, fraud detection, recommendation engines, identity and access management, network and IT management, master data management and other use cases. For more information on typical use cases and solutions, see the Neo4j Solutions page.
Get Started with Neo4j on Microsoft Azure
You can get started with Neo4j in Azure today by provisioning the pre-built template called “Neo4j High Availability Cluster“.
Searching for “Neo4j” in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace
With the Neo4j High Availability Cluster Template in the Azure Marketplace, you can quickly and easily deploy a graph environment to test it and determine if it’s right for you. Neo4j requires a paid subscription (Bring Your Own License), however a 30-day evaluation license is incorporated into the setup process for your convenience.
Overview page of the Neo4j template in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace
If you are new to graphs, it is highly recommended that you engage us to learn more about how to make graphs sing, including how to transition from the relational database world to graphs.
About the Author
Igor Borojevic, Director of Product Management
Igor Borojevic is Director of Product Management at Neo Technology based in San Mateo, CA. At Neo Technology, Igor is focusing on development of enterprise features such as Security and Operability (in the cloud or on premise). He combines over 15 years of professional experience in consulting, professional services and product management. Before joining Neo, he worked at eBay as product owner for in-house machine translation service enabling cross-border commerce. Twitter: @iboroje