With GraphAware Foundation we provide access to core GraphAware products under an open-source licence. Which is great if you do not need support or advanced features. Just want to build cool graph-based applications quickly and easily? – download any of our products below.Download products
If you're building enterprise-grade applications with complex data then you may well require more advanced features such as security, auditing, and ETL. With GraphAware Enterprise you get access to these and also have GraphAware experts on your side with 24/7 support and guaranteed upgrades. Call us today to ask about our GraphAware Enterprise programme.Learn more
|What you get||Foundation||Enterprise|
|Any GraphAware Product||Free with GPLv3 licence||Commercial Licence|
|Support||Community Websites||24x7 (phone & email)|
|Upgrades||Best Effort||Guaranteed under SLA|
|New Features||Best Effort||High Priority|
|Advanced Schema Enforcement||✕||✔︎|
GraphAware GraphGen is a web application that generates random graphs based on a Cypher-like specification. It is useful for generating graphs for functional and performance testing as well as quick demonstrations. It allows populating local Neo4j instances with a single click.
GraphAware DataBridge is a declarative import tool of tabular data into a graph. Without writing any code, DataBridge allows users to express tables-to-graph transformations as JSON models and to execute the transformations efficiently against relational databases, CSV files, and other sources of relational data.
GraphAware PHPclient is the most advanced, flexible, and fully extensible Neo4j driver for PHP with native support for Neo4j Enterprise clusters. It is officially backed and supported by GraphAware.
GraphAware are the main authors of the latest version of Spring Data Neo4j, version 4, and the underlying, brand new object-graph mapper (OGM). Spring Data Neo4j (SDN) offers advanced features to map between your domain objects and the Neo4j Graph Database.
Seamlessly and transparently captures who, when, and how the graph was modified.
Access the complete audit history either system-wide or filtered on specific criteria such as a particular node, relationship, timestamp, or user.