Get started with a graph database for free

Try a scalable graph database with a free trial. Graph databases make it easier to manage, represent, and interact with complex relationships in data. The graph model enables users to apply pattern recognition, classification, and statistical analysis, which allows for more efficient analysis at scale for industries such as financial services, marketing, manufacturing, and more.

Oracle Autonomous Database’s graph offering comes with more than 60 built-in, parallel analytic functions; a graph query language for simple data discovery; and developer APIs. Oracle Cloud Free Tier makes it easy to get started by offering two always-free Autonomous Database instances with 1 OCPU and 20 GB of storage each. Analysts and developers also get US$300 in free credits for a 30-day trial of a wide range of other Oracle Cloud services.

Free graph analytics trial with Oracle Autonomous Database

Start learning from the relationships in your data by easily converting relational data into a graph model, then visualizing it.

Uncover insights faster with graphs

Graph features offer powerful analytics and fast, enterprise-grade performance to help you discover insights so that your organization becomes more data-driven.

Step 1

Create and login to your Oracle cloud account

Create an account through a web browser or mobile device. It only takes a few minutes.

  • Sign up for a free Oracle Cloud account
  • Read the welcome email for access details
  • Login to the free Oracle Cloud account
How to create and login to Oracle Cloud

Step 2

Create an Oracle Autonomous Database

Produce a database instance and utilize its embedded graph technologies to query, analyze, and visualize graph content stored in a Free Tier Autonomous Database instance.

  • Choose a workload and deployment type for your database
  • Create administrator credentials and choose network access
  • Click "Create Database"—it’s that easy
How to create a graph database

Step 3

Set up a graph environment

Developers and analysts can load graph data from files with a few simple steps before setting up a graph database.

  • Set up the database user in Autonomous Database via Database Actions
  • Load table data via the Data Loading page in Database Actions
  • Open Graph Studio and create a graph
Setting up a graph environment in Oracle Autonomous Database

Step 4

Learn how to create and explore graphs

Discover how integrating multiple datasets in a graph can lead to new insights. Developers and analysts can perform common graph queries and analyses such as pattern matching, cycles detection, finding important nodes, community detection, and other recommendations.

  • Perform graph query and analysis in a Graph Studio notebook
  • Try graph visualizations
  • Experiment with different graph algorithms
Graph example

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Get started with graph analytics in Oracle Autonomous Database.