Graphistry 2.31.7

Posted by Graphistry Staff on August 28, 2020

2.31 is out! Graphistry Hub cloud users have already been enjoying the fixes and speedups, on-prem users can download¬† one of our Docker tarballs, and the aligned release is making its way through AWS + Azure cloud marketplaces for one-click launches in your team’s private cloud account. Graphistry 2.31.7 adds a lot for working with the growing graph ecosystem: Neo4j 4, AWS GovCloud, and our new graph-app-kit effort for low-code graph apps by combining elements of common graph toolkits out-of-the-box.

As many folks know, the Graphistry team cares a lot about doing whatever we can to deliver better code, faster. For this release, we took an extra couple of weeks for heavy house cleaning — we updated, factored out, and added tests around a ton of code:

Graphistry 2.31 code improvements

Screenshot: One house cleaning code merge demonstrating just how much goes into a release


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We’re particular excited about a few areas of the Graphistry 2.31.7 release:

  • graph-app-kit: low-code dashboarding via Graphistry<>StreamLit, including optional authentication integration for private team dashboards
  • Neo4j 4.X support for visual investigation and notebook users
    Neo4j Graph Database
  • Updated Gremlin/TinkerPop support (ex: AWS Neptune and JanusGraph) in notebooks
  • AWS GovCloud regions: For the first time, US state and federal teams can simply one-click launch Graphistry into their AWS accounts! If you are using gov cloud tiers, reach out and we can share additional information, options, and launch assistance
    AWS GovCloud
  • Investigation automation docs: Custom templates and pivots are one of the most unique and powerful aspects of Graphistry for supercharging analysis workflows, especially for teams, and we’ve been improving the documents so you don’t need to be a Graphistry engineer to roll out your own.¬† A lot more is in store here – get started with the new docs, and stay tuned for some upcoming tutorials!
    Ontology docs

There’s so much going on with these that we’ll be releasing a sequence of articles diving into each. In the meanwhile, you can dig into the full release notes, and we are always happy to help on the community Slack channel.

Happy Graphing!


– Leo, on behalf of the Graphistry team


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