Broadcast Date: 23 April, 2020

Level: 300

Many graph applications can benefit from the ability to capture changes to items stored in an Amazon Neptune database in order then to publish them to other AWS database services. Neptune makes these changes available via an HTTP REST API, enabling event driven capabilities such as full-text search, metrics, and analytics for your graph data. In this tech talk, we will demonstrate how Amazon Neptune integrates with other AWS purpose-built database services, including Amazon Elasticsearch, Amazon DynamoDB, and Amazon ElastiCache, to build streams-based graph applications using a serverless, AWS Lambda architecture.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn how to build event driven graph applications using Amazon Neptune, Amazon DynamoDB, and Amazon ElastiCache
  • Learn how to integrate Amazon Neptune with AWS Lambda to process streams from your graph application
  • Learn how Amazon Neptune and Amazon ElastiCache can be used to to build event driven metrics for graph apps

Who Should Attend?

Developers, Data Architects


  • Ian Robinson, Senior Data Architect, AWS

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