Neo4j 2.0.1 Windows Azure VM Release

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Follow these instructions to provision a Linux-based virtual machine of Neo4j 2.0.1 community on Windows Azure cloud platform. This distribution of Neo4j is configured to run on an Ubuntu 12.04 LTS kernel.

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Neo4j 2.0.1 Windows Azure VM Release

  1. 1. © All Rights Reserved 2014 | Neo Technology, Inc. Neo4j 2.0.1 Community
 
 Windows Azure VM Depot Release • Follow these instructions to provision a Linux-based virtual machine of Neo4j 2.0.1 community on Windows Azure cloud platform." • This distribution of Neo4j is configured to run on an Ubuntu 12.04 LTS kernel.
  2. 2. © All Rights Reserved 2014 | Neo Technology, Inc. Navigate to Windows Azure Management Portal
  3. 3. © All Rights Reserved 2014 | Neo Technology, Inc. Click "Virtual Machines > Images"
  4. 4. © All Rights Reserved 2014 | Neo Technology, Inc. Click "Browse VM Depot"
  5. 5. © All Rights Reserved 2014 | Neo Technology, Inc. Find Neo4j 2.0.1 Image
  6. 6. © All Rights Reserved 2014 | Neo Technology, Inc. Choose a storage account Choose a storage account and region and click the checkmark. Wait for the VM image to finish copying. Once it is finished, proceed to the next step.
  7. 7. © All Rights Reserved 2014 | Neo Technology, Inc. Click "Register" Once the status of the VM image says "Pending Registration" click "Register"
  8. 8. © All Rights Reserved 2014 | Neo Technology, Inc. Register the VM Image Confirm the settings and click the checkmark.
  9. 9. © All Rights Reserved 2014 | Neo Technology, Inc. Create a virtual machine After registering the VM image, click "Virtual Machine Instances" and then click "Create a Virtual Machine".
  10. 10. © All Rights Reserved 2014 | Neo Technology, Inc. Click "From Gallery" Click "From Gallery" to pull up your registered VM images.
  11. 11. © All Rights Reserved 2014 | Neo Technology, Inc. Create VM from your images Click "My Images", browse to your Neo4j 2.0.1 community image you created in the previous steps and click the checkmark.
  12. 12. © All Rights Reserved 2014 | Neo Technology, Inc. Configure Virtual Machine Choose a name for your virtual machine. Choose a username you will remember so that you can SSH into the machine to configure additional Neo4j server settings. Uncheck "Upload a compatible SSH key for authentication" and check "Provide a password". Choose a password you can remember. Click the checkmark once you’re done to continue.
  13. 13. © All Rights Reserved 2014 | Neo Technology, Inc. Finalize VM configuration Configure additional options and click the next arrow.
  14. 14. © All Rights Reserved 2014 | Neo Technology, Inc. Configure endpoints Make sure to configure your endpoints exactly as it is in the screenshot. You must configure port 7474, for both TCP public and private, to be able to communicate with the Neo4j browser externally. " NOTE: Your Neo4j browser for this database will be open to the public. Make sure you take additional steps and precautions to secure your server.
  15. 15. © All Rights Reserved 2014 | Neo Technology, Inc. Provision your VM Wait for your virtual machine to finish provisioning. Once finished, proceed to the next step.
  16. 16. © All Rights Reserved 2014 | Neo Technology, Inc. Get your DNS Name for your VM Copy and paste the DNS name of your virtual machine into a new browser window and add port 7474 to the end of the URL. 
 Example: http://[DNS-Name]:7474/
  17. 17. © All Rights Reserved 2014 | Neo Technology, Inc. Navigate to the Neo4j 2.0 browser
  18. 18. © All Rights Reserved 2014 | Neo Technology, Inc. To SSH into your new virtual machine, use either Putty on Windows or on Mac you can use SSH in the terminal. Use the username and password you provided in the virtual machine setup. " To modify the Neo4j configurations you can find the configuration folder in the /etc/neo4j location from the root.
  19. 19. © All Rights Reserved 2014 | Neo Technology, Inc. This distribution runs Neo4j as a service, when you restart the VM the Neo4j server will automatically start. If you need more disk space, make sure to change the default database location to a different location. " You can attach multiple virtual hard disks to your Windows Azure VM with additional space if needed. The OS image has about 18GB of space left for your database, if you need more than that then please consider setting up another disk with more space.

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