Our team is excited to announce that we are officially adding support for Azure Cosmos DB. You can now connect the Linkurious Enterprise graph intelligence platform to Microsoft’s globally distributed, multi-model database. This solution brings new ways for data-driven teams to explore, visualize and find insights in rich, connected data.
Visualizing Cosmos DB graph data with Linkurious Enterprise
In a world where business operations are being carried out in many different geographical areas, organizations are adopting Azure’s distributed cloud database to ensure better responsiveness and high availability. Cosmos DB also gives users the possibility to choose from a variety of data model and APIs to store and access data depending on their needs.
“Organizations fighting criminals benefit from a highly available and scalable cloud-based graph database that remains easy to deploy and administer,” said David Rapin, CTO of Linkurious. “Its multi-model capability provides them with more functionality and flexibility while being powerful enough to scale and replace traditional RDBMS.”
The graph data model is particularly well-suited to store and organize data where connections are as important as data points, which is the case in fraud, intelligence, and cyber-security use-cases.
“Thanks to Cosmos DB’s integrated Gremlin API, teams of analysts can now use Linkurious’ turnkey graph intelligence platform in combination with Cosmos DB to detect and investigate threats hidden in complex connected data,” said David Rapin.
Linkurious Enterprise provides graph analysis and visualization capabilities on top of Cosmos DB. It offers analysts a turnkey solution to identify suspicious connections and patterns while working faster with data.
“Data visualization is critical for obtaining valuable insights and detecting patterns. And Linkurious provides a powerful platform that both technical and non-technical users can take advantage of to extract the most value out of their graph data,” said Luis Bosquez, Product Manager at Azure Cosmos DB.
You can start visualizing your Cosmos DB graph data to find insight with Linkurious Enterprise or try Azure Cosmos DB for free to get started.