Graphlytic Server

On-premises installation. Suitable for high security environments

The on-premises installation of Graphlytic Server is used when you want to have your data on your server in a closed network or behind a firewall.

Graphlytic Server provides all the advanced configuration and integration options. See the Integrations documentation page or contact us to see a demo of the application.

How it works

Install, Activate, Connect Graph, Visualize


The first step is to install the application. Graphlytic Server can be installed in several ways and on multiple OS including Docker, Linux service or app, Windows service or app, or Mac OS.


After the first start of the application, activation of the application is required. Graphlytic offers different features based on the application edition unlocked with a license key. If you don't have a license key you can enter your email address and the free LITE edition (for 1 user) will be unlocked. No credit card required, no strings attached.


Graphlytic is using a graph database to store and retrieve graph data. Multiple graph database solutions are supported by Graphlytic, e.g. Neo4j, Azure Cosmos DB, or various Apache TinkerPop Gremlin-based graph databases like JanusGraph, or AWS Neptune. For more information refer to the Graph Connections documentation.


Now you can start to visualize your graph data. Graph visualizations can be saved and reloaded later with automatic notification on any changes in the graph data. Visualizations can be exported as images or CSV files for use in different applications and can be also shared with other users in the application to provide effective collaboration on bigger projects. Take a look at our Feature videos if you want to quickly learn how to use the visualization.

Manuals and Tutorials

Here you can find installation manuals for every supported platform, and tutorials for the most common tasks and use cases regarding installation and configuration of Graphlytic Server. For more information about Graphlytic usage and configuration please refer to the documentation.

Installation Manual for Microsoft Azure

Installation Manuals for Docker

Installation Manuals for Linux

Installation Manuals for Windows

Installation Manual for Apple Mac OS