Graphileon Server Edition subscriptions are available

After the success of the Graphileon Personal Edition, we proudly announce the availability of the Graphileon Server Edition.
The Graphileon Server Edition is meant for customers with a growing need to create business value out of the data in their graph stores, and who wish to create graphy applications in an agile way. Without coding.

Graphy applications

Graphy applications are applications that are built as graphs. Users can connect function nodes by trigger relations that are fired on specific events. These triggers also pass data and parameters to the next function. For instance:

(:Query {cypher: 'MATCH ...'})-[:TRIGGER {type:'success',data:(%).data}]->(:Grid)

or

(:Table)-[:TRIGGER {type:'rowClick',params.id:(%).data.id}]->(:Query {cypher: 'MATCH ...'})

Licensing

The licensing model for our Graphileon Server Editions is based on the fact that applications with more complexity (more functions) or more users generate more value for our customers. On our licensing page we explain in detail which licenses are available as well as their pricing.

 


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Get started with the Personal Edition

The easiest way to get to know Graphileon is by using the Personal Edition. Build graphy applications and browse your graph stores in a way you never did before.