As your business evolves, the data you need to store and the connections within it become more intricate, leading to potentially unwieldy solutions. Our graph-focussed framework eliminates the complexity of your data model and provides a set of tools for developing applications incorporating security and detailed history—with a comprehensive, domain-specific API for accessing and acting on your data.
Benefitting from the promise of graph databases requires a comprehensive approach to iteration, maintenance, security and access. This doesn't have to be painful.
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Graph databases are both fast and effective in detecting fraud before it hits your bottom line. Read our most recent case-study on fraud prevention, and talk to us about applying these techniques to your business.
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The XN Framework is quickly becoming the go-to tool for rapidly producing graph database applications. In this world of Agile and NoSQL backed schema-less application development it isn't enough to just be fast, you need to ensure that the code your team produces is testable and maintainable from day one. We built the XN Framework just for you, with a perfect blend of enterprise-grade features and state-of-the-art technology.
While building the XN Logic framework, we've worked with Neo4j, OrientDB, and Sparksee graph databases and understand their unique pros and cons. We also understand where a key-value store, a document store, or a relational database might be a complimentary fit for your requirements and we know how to tie your graph database to them. You can achieve all of this cleanly with our proven toolset.
Typically APIs are very static, and they often require re-programming. The XN Framework API is extensible, allowing you to build out URLs in any valid way because of its ability to retain context. So, with any standard requests already in the system, this means you can just keep adding requests in an existing context. As a result, you save time building on the existing things that teams typically spend time on, freeing you up to do more sophisticated tasks that add the most value to your business.
XN Logic’s framework includes the HistoryGraph which lets you run ad-hoc queries on your system in real-time to generate a comprehensive analysis of that system at any point of its existence. Usually that kind of information is static—dumped to a record—and requires pre-processing, plus the involvement of other people. The HistoryGraph eliminates that and is non-resource-intensive.
Getting an XN Logic application up and running from design through to deployment can take as little as one week.
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