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Cloud Platform

Private Account Service (PAS)

This is responsible for managing the isolated account and provided full customization of controls.

Connected IAM Service (CIAM)

This is responsible for managing the user identity, access and permissions and policies and roles for resource access within the isolated account.

Connected Key Service (CKS)

This is responsible for managing the keys used for encryption of resources for the private account.

Connected Billing Service (CBILL)

This is responsible for processing all metered usage across an account into consumable data and invoice formats.

Connected Cloud Audit Service (CCAS)

This is responsible for managing the audit record of resource access and actions in the isolated account.

Private Cloud Service (PCS)

This is responsible for managing the dedicated VPC within each region.

Private Cloud Gateway (PCG)

This is responsible for secure traffic flows outbound from private Subnets of PCS.

Cloud Connect Service (C3)

This is responsible for network security and securely connecting VPCs across multiple regions.

Connected Provisioning Service (CPS)

This is responsible for resource provisioning, orchestration and lifecycle management.

Cloud VPN Service (CVPN)

This is responsible for providing a VPN server to enable access to private resources deployed in VPCs across many regions.

Connected Name Service (CNS)

This is responsible for providing DNS to all public and private resources and latency based routing for Geo Load Balancing.

Connected Load Balancing (CLB)

This manages the load balancer(s) that distribute traffic to instances within Graph Database Service (GDS) and Graph Search Service (GSS).

Graph Container Service (GCS)

This configures, manages and self-heals the operating life-cycle of container resources.

Graph Cloud Compute (GC2)

This configures, manages and self-heals the operating life-cycle of compute resources deployed within the platform.

Graph Block Storage (GBS)

This configures, manages and self-heals the operating life-cycle for optimized graph, search and platform service storage.

Graph Storage Service (GS3)

This manages the tiered storage lifecycle and replication of multi-format data utilized by the platform.

Connected Developer Service (CDEV):

This is responsible for managing the integration, build and deploy of source code repositories for custom microservice applications and extensions deployed within the platform.

Data Platform

Connected Directory Service (CDS)

This is responsible for client and user API authentication and authorization.

Connecting Stream Service (CSR)

This is responsible configuration, orchestration, lifecycle management, scale up and out for the event processing and enrichment pipeline.

Graph Database Service (GDS)

This is responsible for all orchestration, lifecycle management, scale up and scale operations of the graph database engine.

Graph Search Service (GSS)

This is responsible for all orchestration, lifecycle management, scale up and scale out operations of the search server engine.

Connected NoSQL Service (CNOS)

This is responsible for all orchestration, lifecycle management, scale up and scale out operations of the NoSQL server engines.

Connected SQL Service (CSQL)

This is responsible for OAuth2 token management and works in coordination with the CDS.

Connected Broker Service (CBS)

This is responsible for messaging flows required to facilitate automatic search indexing and alert, monitoring and logging event data exchange.

Connected Monitoring Service (CMON)

This is responsible for managing infrastructure and application monitoring and logging.

Connected Alert Service (CAS)

This is responsible for distribution of notifications related to infrastructure and services.

Connected API Service (CAPI)

This is responsible for providing a uniform API through which all services are accessed.

Graph Mail Service (GMS)

This is responsible for managing the integration of email distribution and communication for all platform services.

Connected Data Services

Graph Publish Service (GPS)

This coordinates the movement of sub-graphs from one graph database environment to another.

Secure Graph Connect (SGC)

This is responsible for providing consolidated security token generation and validation leveraged by all other services.

Graph Audit Service (GAS)

This tracks and users interaction with data over time and provides analysis, discovery and review capabilities to meet audit requirements for compliance.

Graph History Service (GHS)

This enables a fully temporal record of your graph data with point-in-time querying so you always understand how your data arrived in the current state.

Graph GIS Service (GGIS)

This enables a fully integrated spatial, map and GIS point capability unified into the graph data for enrichment and analysis.

Graph Export Service (GES)

This is responsible for isolating a target sub-graph with granular controls over the properties, edges and nodes include and convert to a JSON transferrable format.

Connected Graph Route (CGR)

This is responsible for managing data segmentation and distribution of queries across multiple graph clusters and grids within a single cluster.

Graph Visualization Service (GVS)

This is responsible for facilitating the interaction with GDS in a format that is conducive to graph data visualization.

Connected Knowledge Services

Knowledge Ingest Service (KIS)

This is responsible for providing a configurable ingest API that all sources post data to.

Knowledge Discovery Service (KDS)

This is responsible for providing a configurable search indexing and search API that makes ingested data searchable.

Graph Data Fuze (GDF)

This is responsible for enriching a graph stream as transactional data flows through the graph.

Graph Data Curator (GDC)

This is responsible for providing a user dashboard that can search, explore and curate the graph data.

Graph Data Manager (GDM)

This is responsible for providing a configurable schema and data manager that informs curator and shared service behavior around data quality.

Knowledge Extraction Service (KES)

This processes information flowing in from KIS to extract, organize and catalog new data based on the existing knowledge graph.

Knowledge Capture Service (KCS)

This processes the extracted features from KES and integrates the new data into the existing knowledge graph.

Graph Learning Service (GLS)

This enables a continuous learning algorithm integration with data in GDS for enrichment and enhancement leveraging shared and custom learning models.

Graph NLP Service (GNLP)

This enables the processing of textual data for feature tagging and analysis utilizing the existing knowledge graph in GDS.

Connected Reasoning Services

Graph NLU Service (GNLU)

This is responsible for reasoning over textual data extracted features and tags from the knowledge services and deriving meaning and understanding of the merged context within the knowledge graph.

Graph VMR Service (GVMR)

This is responsible for reasoning over visual data formats and extracted metadata to detect, understand and notify around the broader context the media fits within the knowledge graph.