IT infrastructure demo is based on an anonymized dataset of a Configuration Management Database (CMDB) which is in heart of every IT infrastructure management framework (e.g. ITIL or other). CMDB typically holds information about every entity of an IT network and most importantly information about relationships between these entities. The power of Graphlytic is in general network visualization capabilities where all relationships together can provide a comprehensive picture of the infrastructure.
Graphlytic is a link visualization and analytics tools and it can be used with any type of infrastructure, whether you want to create an AWS infrastructure visualization, custom cloud infrastructure visualization, or a network visualization in general.
Example in the picture below shows one of the virtualization clusters in the CMDB database. The cluster's HW is spread accross two Racks and multiple Physical Servers. Virtual Managers (e.g. VMware) installed on these servers are then splitting the HW resources into multiple Virtual Servers which then hosts applications or databases (not pictured).
"The Panama Papers are 11.5 million leaked documents that detail financial and attorney-client information for more than 214,488 offshore entities. The documents, some dating back to the 1970s, were created by, and taken from, Panamanian law firm and corporate service provider Mossack Fonseca, and were leaked in April 2016." Wikipedia
The graph visualization of the Panama Papers in Graphlytic brings to life metadata and relationships between entities extracted from the leaked documents. The database was downloaded from the ICIJ download page.
The graph model has multiple entity types, and the fulltext search is set to look into names, countries and addresses. It's very easy to start with a name that will probably match an Officer or Entity (company). You can then easily explore relationships in the graph to see which Intermediaries were between the Officers and Companies.
Grimoire Encyclopedia is a collection of linked information about grimoires, focusing (with some distraction) on early modern Western European texts from the Christian tradition. The goal is to look at the connections and relationships within the metadata and subject matter of these grimoires and attempt to collect factual information about their provenance and historical context.
Example on the picture below is one of the visualizations from the demo and it shows some quick tips on how to summon Lucifer or Satan. You can choose your prefered spell based on the ingredients you have or based on other outcomes of the spell. Just be careful with the summoning please :)