TigerGraph Cloud offers an easy way to analyze and query your graph data in the cloud. This tutorial guides you through creating your TigerGraph Cloud account, provisioning a free-tier TigerGraph Cloud Solution, and logging into GraphStudio.
Enter your email and password, or if you registered with an identity provider, select the correct provider and enter your credentials.
Click Log In.
Create a free-tier solution
TigerGraph Cloud free-tier solutions (subject to limits) offer a small-scale analytics platform to store and query your graph data.
Free-tier solutions are for training, learning, and light scale proof of concept (POC) use cases and do not support backup and restore. For in-depth POCs, consider adding a valid payment method and use paid-tier solutions to access the backup and restore feature.
1. Click My Solutions.
After logging in, you will be directed to the dashboard page, on the right side of the page, click My Solutions.
TigerGraph Cloud Dashboard view
2. Click Create Solution.
On the My Solutions page, click Create Solution.
TigerGraph Cloud My Solutions view
3. Select TigerGraph version.
Not all TigerGraph versions that are offered on-prem are offered on TigerGraph Cloud. In the dropdown list, choose the version of TigerGraph you want to run.
4. Select a starter kit.
TigerGraph Cloud Starter Kits are built with sample graph data schema, dataset, and queries focused on a specific use caseto help you get started quickly. Most of our starter kits have a demo video that walks you through the schema and the queries built for its use case. If you wish to proceed with your own schema and data, select Blank.
After you have selected a starter kit, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click Next.
5. Select Cloud Provider and instance type.
Currently, TigerGraph Cloud supports free-tier solutions on AWS and GCP. Select AWS or Google Cloud as your cloud provider and select TG.Free as your instance type.
Cloud platform and instance type options
6. Select Region.
Regions for AWS
7. Select disk size.
Select 50 GB for your disk size. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click Next.
8. Enter a name and a tag for your solution.
You can enter any name for your solution. A solution name may contain alphanumerics, dashes, underscores, and spaces, and cannot be longer than 20 characters. A solution tag can be no longer than 40 characters and can contain any character.