Setting up Graphileon Personal Edition

YouTube: Getting started - part 1: Installation of Graphileon PE

A video explaining the installation and setup of Graphileon PE in combination with Neo4j Desktop and a cloud store (6:31 min).

Graphileon PE Getting started - Installation and setup

Requirements

  1. At least one running instance of a graph database either on your local machine, your network or in the cloud with the relevant credentials (url, protocol, port, username and password).

Graphileon can currently be used with the following graph databases for both application store and data stores:

  • Neo4j: The Fastest Path To Graph Success
  • Memgraph: The Platform for Your Real‑Time Connected Data

We refer to the vendor specific instructions for installation and minimum requirements of the different graph database engines

  1. A PC, Mac or Linux computer with at least the following specifications:
  • OS:
    • Windows 7 or higher
    • MacOS 10.12 or higher
    • Debian Linux 16.04 (64 bit) or higher
  • Memory: 4GB minimum; 8GB recommended
  • Processor: Intel i3 or higher

Downloading Graphileon PE

  1. Visit the Graphileon download page and register with your mail address
  2. Check your e-mail for the download details
  3. Download your platform specific installation file

Installation

Installation is straightforward and follows the usual conventions for your OS.

Settings

You will be forwarded to the settings page once the installation has finished. This page consists of three parts, (1) Data stores, (2) Users and (3) Licenses.

Settings page

Data stores

Add at least one graph store. The first store will automatically be named application and is used to store the Graphileon users and configuration.

The installation procedure will pre-fill some of the store details if it finds a local graph database running.

Notes:
  • The "I allow Graphileon to create.. " check in the yellow box is required to allow Graphileon to write its basic configuration to the application store. Graphileon will not function when its basic configuration is not initially present in the application store.
  • Graphileon Personal Edition allows for one (optional) additional data store which can be used to separate your data from the Graphileon configuration. Other editions of Graphileon allow for an 'unlimited' number of stores to be added.
  • Only one application store can be connected at a given time.

To define a store connection you need to set:

  • store type (Neo4j, Memgraph) (the latter for data stores only)
  • Protocol (bolt)
  • Host (e.g. localhost for local stores or an URL or IP address)
  • Port (e.g. 7687 as a default for Neo4j)
  • User and Password, the user name and password for the data store

Test the connection and when successful, Save it and proceed to the Users page.

Settings page - Users

Users

Define at least one user with Admin Rights.

Notes:
  • Graphileon Personal Edition allows for exactly one user. Other editions allow an 'unlimited' number of users.

To define a user you need to set:

  • User name (unique within your application store)
  • Password and a confirmation of the password
  • Admin rights which are required for the first user but optional for every next user. Admin rights provide access to the Settings dialog.

Now Save the user.

Licenses

Users can add license codes for paid versions of Graphileon, yFiles and ag-Grid on this page. Graphileon acts as a Personal Edition if no valid license code is found, which is the default

Apply settings

Once the settings are saved, Apply settings and you will be forwarded to the Graphileon login screen.

.. and that's it. From here you can start exploring, visualizing and managing your data and build graph applications on top of it.

See our Quick Tour for a short introduction of the Graphileon functionality.