Neo4j Aura Database-as-a-Service
Is it your first time using Neo4j Aura? You’ve come to the right place! The tutorial below will guide you through signing up, creating a database, and importing your data.
If you log in to your Aura database using the Aura console, for any running database, you can simply open Neo4j Browser for that database using the Open button on the console.
Provided the database is running, you can also connect to it from a Web browser by entering this URL:
Where you specify the dbid for your database. Neo4j Browser will connect to the database after you provide the username/password for the database.
The default user name is
neo4j and the password is what was generated or specified when the database was created.
These tutorials explain how to connect to your Aura database from other Neo4j tools.
Aura considers the protection of users' data to be of paramount importance. There are therefore some constraints to keep in mind when using your favourite import tools to load data into an Aura database. The guide below covers these in detail.
These tutorials explain how to build full stack applications with Aura.
You can use Neo4j’s Bloom visualization tool to explore graph data stored in Neo4j Aura. Connect to an Aura database with Neo4j Bloom and run near-natural language searches to query your data and return the results in a visual way.
You’ve created your Aura database, imported your data, and are now running your application against it. Now you want to know what’s happening inside the database. The tutorial below explains the available options for monitoring your database.
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