"We are focused on helping enterprise customers solve complex problems with enhanced data access and visualization and rapid customization of diagrams.” - Brendan Madden, CEO
BERKELEY, Calif. (PRWEB) May 09, 2019
Tom Sawyer Software, the global leader in graph and data visualization and analysis technology, announces the release of Tom Sawyer Perspectives 8.3.
Model-Based Engineering customers in aerospace, automotive, and consumer products are excited about powerful enhancements in this release. Customers now have more options for port placement and labeling in complex diagrams and enterprise customers can edit and save diagrams on the web.
For enterprise graph database customers, this release adds support for Neo4j 3.5, Amazon Neptune RDF, Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB, and Apache TinkerPop 3.4. Customers can also save directly to Amazon Neptune, JanusGraph, Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB, OrientDB, and Apache TinkerPop as well as Neo4j data sources.
To support our Amazon Neptune customers, this release features AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM). Now customers can use AWS IAM to authenticate their instance or cluster when using Tom Sawyer Perspectives. Amazon Neptune users can now connect with and query Amazon Neptune databases as a SPARQL endpoint with RDF.
Additionally, Tom Sawyer Graph Database Browser enhances enterprise data security and access with support for AWS IAM, JanusGraph, and Stardog. This release improves performance with Neptune data sources by up to 20 times and TinkerPop data sources by up to 5 times. We’ve also made it easier for non-technical users to query their graph database with query autocomplete and syntax highlighting for Gremlin and Cypher queries.
"We are focused on helping enterprise customers solve complex problems with enhanced data access and more sophisticated and rapid customization of diagrams," said Brendan Madden, Chief Executive of Tom Sawyer Software. "Our Model-Based Engineering customers are excited about the enhanced node growth model, connector constraints, connector label rotation, left-to-right hierarchical layout, and drawing element coloring that enables greater customization in this release."
Graph and Data Visualization customers are excited to see support for AWS IAM, Amazon Neptune RDF, Neo4j 3.5, and Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB. This release adds RDF schema extraction support for Stardog, Amazon Neptune, and structured text data sources, including CSV files. In addition, developers can create applications with the ability to edit Amazon Neptune, JanusGraph, Microsoft Azure Cosmos, OrientDB, and Apache TinkerPop—as well as Neo4j graph databases.
Multiple customization and performance improvements will allow customers to create custom drawings faster. Support for a node growth model allows nodes to grow as needed to comfortably fit the connector labels within. Improvements have been made in the placement of newly imported nodes within an existing drawing. Our new connector enhancement allows customers to rotate connector labels and control the placement and order of connectors. Improved filtering framework allows all views to update more quickly.
For Model-Based Engineering customers, the user can apply node and port constraints for diagrams with special requirements. And we’ve made enhancements that include left-to-right hierarchical layout and drawing element coloring options for nodes and ports. Engineers can now show or hide selected elements of SysML diagrams to create cleaner drawings. Meanwhile, web-based users can save element placement changes and restore that placement when opening SysML diagrams later. To try a free demonstration, click here.
Business Process customers are now empowered to store processes in a graph database, which can provide improved response time and allow for improved scalability as the underlying process data sets get larger.
Tom Sawyer Perspectives 8.3 offers new and enhanced functionality including:
TOM SAWYER GRAPH AND DATA VISUALIZATION
- New save to Graph Database feature includes Amazon Neptune, JanusGraph, Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB, OrientDB, and Apache TinkerPop, as well as Neo4
- Developers can unify data from multiple data sources and control the write actions that are available to end users
- End users can make additions, removals, and modifications to graph databases
- RDF schema extraction for Amazon Neptune, Stardog, and structured text data sources, including CSV files
- Improved placement of new subgraphs into an existing drawing
- Improved orthogonal layout for large graphs with an average of 100 connectors per node
- Up to 25% faster symmetric layout of graphs
TOM SAWYER GRAPH DATABASE BROWSER
- Improved performance with Amazon Neptune data sources by up to 20 times faster and Apache TinkerPop data sources by up to 5 times faster
- AWS IAM, JanusGraph, and Stardog support
- Gremlin and Cypher query autocomplete and syntax highlighting
TOM SAWYER MODEL-BASED ENGINEERING
- New node and port constraints
- Save diagram changes in web views
- Show or hide selected elements of SysML diagrams
- Drawing element coloring options for all diagrams
- Port labels can be rotated and placed inside or outside of nodes in Internal Block Diagrams
TOM SAWYER BUSINESS PROCESS
- Neo4j support
- Support for graph database integration and longer task descriptions
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