Try Neo4j with This Pre-Configured Amazon Web Services Machine
OpenCredo, a UK consultancy delivery partner for Neo4j developers Neo Technology, has released an Amazon Web Services AMI (Amazon Machine Instance) for Neo4j.
If you've been wanting to experiment with the NoSQL graph database Neo4j, but have been too lazy to figure out how to install it, then have we got the thing for you.
OpenCredo's AMI is avialbale in all five availability regions.
The AMI is built on Ubuntu and also includes Jython and JRuby for those who don't want to work with straight Java.
You can find full installation instructions on Jussi Heinonen's blog. If you want more information on Neo4j, and graph databases in general, check out our article "5 Graph Databases to Consider."