The Nexus platform is made up of a collection of services and web applications that work together to manage data stored within the system. The services and web applications are powered by a collection of libraries and tools built specifically to address the needs of the platform. Underneath it all there are popular open source technologies that we all know and love.
This service is the heart of the BlueBrain Nexus platform. It allows users to define their domain, populate the knowledge graph with data, attach files to data. It also provides semantic search facilities to discover similar and relevant data in the platform.
This service manages the platform wide scopes for data and their configuration (i.e.: the API mapping).
This service manages the access to data within the platform. It makes use of configurable downstream OpenID Connect compliant identity providers to authenticate clients and manages the access controls for the entire platform.
This is the web interface to the platform. It allows users to browse the data within the system and perform administration tasks.
Generated documentation for the platform (this website).
Data models that Blue Brain has developed in order to facilitate the integration of specific neuroscience data.
A community effort to develop open SHACL schemas for FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reproducible) neuroscience data.
A command line interface (CLI) to operate basic operation on a Nexus deployment.
This library will help Python users to integrate their tools with the Blue Brain Nexus platform.