Using AnzoGraph

The tools and applications you have available to perform analytics and other operations are different based on the specific option you chose to deploy AnzoGraph. The following table lists specific applications and tools available with the different deployment options available.

Available Applications and Tools by Deployment Option

Application Description
Query Console Available with AWS CloudFormation, Docker CE and Kubernetes cluster deployments managed with Helm. Provides a GUI-based interface in which you can load data and perform queries interactively.
Command Line Interface (CLI) Available by default with RHEL/CentOS Tarball deployments. Can also be used with AWS CloudFormation, Docker, and Kubernetes deployment options after configuration changes are made on these platforms to enable access.
AnzoGraph API Available with all deployment options, provides APIs that allow customers to integrate AnzoGraph DB with other graph database applications you may already be using in your environment. With adherence to W3C RDF and SPARQL 1.1 standards, developers can incorporate AnzoGraph into existing applications and tools that support standard graph application program interface (API) communication protocols. AnzoGraph also provides a REST API that uses the standard SPARQL 1.1 Protocol on HTTP/S for sending and receiving SPARQL queries between client applications and the database.

Note: AnzoGraph also provides support for the Cypher query language, which allows you to run Cypher queries to query information stored in AnzoGraph graph databases and datasets. For more information, see Sample Data and Tutorials and Working with Cypher and the Movies Graph Database for examples on how to run Cypher commands and queries withAnzoGraph.

Related Topics

Quick Start – The First Five Minutes

Using the Query Console

Using the AnzoGraph Command Line Interface

Using AnzoGraph APIs

Sample Data and Tutorials