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.
In this article, we introduce the Guest mode: a feature of Linkurious Enterprise to share your graph data with occasional users through a simplified interface. You will learn what you can do with it, how to configure it and how to give people access.
After announcing the Graph Intelligence Platform a few days ago, we are thrilled to share that the latest version of Linkurious Enterprise is out! Linkurious 2.5 is a beta version that introduces revamped style and filter panels for a better graph customization and data analysis experience. It also embeds Ogma’s new graphics engine, improving its […]
Today we are excited to announce that we are doubling down on graph intelligence, the use of graph technology to make it easier and faster for organizations to detect and investigate threats hidden in large complex datasets.
The new major release of Linkurious Enterprise is now available. This new version brings novelties to the interface with new features such as the undo function. It also comes with a complete revamp of alerts and access rights management. Linkurious Enterprise henceforth supports JanusGraph and Stardog database systems.
Part of this article was initially published on Neo4j’s blog. Today, Enterprise architects are required to deliver insights quickly and make sense of large amounts of enterprise data (business knowledge, application information, technology assets, etc).