Top Ten Reasons for Choosing Neo4j

Top Ten Reasons for Choosing Neo4j Make sure you choose the right graph database for your project. 1. World’s Best and First Graph Database Neo4j is used by thousands of organizations, including 50+ of the Global 2000, in mission-critical production applications. Developed by the inventors of the modern graph database, Neo4j is the only graph database on Gartner’s Operational... Read more →



5 Big Small Things I Love About Neo4j 2.2

Originally posted on Rik's Blog Today, Neo4j 2.2 was released. It was a good day - and everyone at Neo was really excited. This was a big release. It was not an easy one, as we redid large parts of the plumbing for Neo4j - and still provide customers a smooth transition path. It's a pretty spectacular piece of software engineering, if you ask me - and it feels good to get that out the... Read more →



Neo4j 2.2.0 – Massive Write & Read Scalability, Faster Cypher Query Performance, Improved Developer Productivity h1 { font-size:25px } The Neo4j team is very proud to announce the the immediate availability of Neo4j 2.2, with major updates allowing organizations to derive maximum value from their data relationships. Our latest release represents an astounding 20+ person years’ worth of engineering effort on top of Neo4j 2.1, making version 2.2 a significant step forward... Read more →



Announcing Spring Data Neo4j 4.0!

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Hidden GraphGems revisited: the 2.2 Meta-graph

Originally posted on Rik's Blog The 2.2 Meta-graph Last week I shared this great little gem of a Cypher query that would allow you to very quickly to take a view at the Model of an existing Neo4j database. This was the query that we ran to generate the Meta-graph: // generate the pre-2.2 META-graph MATCH (a)-->(b) WITH labels(a) AS a_labels,type(r) AS rel_type,labels(b) AS... Read more →



Neo4j: Detecting potential typos using EXPLAIN

I’ve been running a few intro to Neo4j training sessions recently using Neo4j 2.2.0 RC1 and at some stage in every session somebody will make a typo when writing out of the example queries. For example one of the queries that we do about half way finds the actors and directors who have worked together and aggregates the movies they were in. This is the correct query: MATCH... Read more →



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