Difference between Amazon Neptune and Amazon Redshift
1. Amazon Neptune :
Amazon Neptune is a fast, reliable graph database
built for cloud product by Amazon.com. It is part of Amazon Web Services (AWS)
. It was announced on November 29, 2017. It supports both open-source Apache TinkerPop Gremlin graph traversal language. It allows user to encrypt databases using keys created through AWS Key Management Service.
2. Amazon Redshift :
Amazon Redshift is an efficient solution to collect and store all your data and enables you to analyze it. It is a large scale data warehouse service for use with business intelligence tools. Feature of Amazon Redshift – fast, simple, cost-effective data warehousing service. It forms part of larger cloud-computing platform Amazon Web Services.
Difference between Amazon Neptune and Amazon Redshift :
|It was developed by Amazon in 2017.
|It was developed by Amazon in 2012.
|It is fast, reliable graph database built for cloud product by Amazon.com.
|It is large scale data warehouse service for use with business intelligence tools.
|It supports schema-free Data scheme.
|It supports simple Data scheme.
|It does not support secondary indexes.
|It supports restricted secondary indexes.
|Its Primary database models are Graph DBMS and RDF store.
|Its primary database model is Relational DBMS.
|It does not support Server-side scripting.
|It supports user-defined functions for Server-side scripting in python.
|It does not support partitioning methods.
|It supports partitioning methods with Sharding.
|It does not support SQL query language.
|It supports SQL query language. But it does not fully support SQL-standard.
|It supports multi-availability zones high availability.
|It also supports replication methods.
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