By Neo4j Staff | June 28, 2013 Hello everyone!
It’s been a while since I was last let loose on the Neo4j blog, and I’ve marked my return with some good news. This week marks the release of Neo4j 1.9.1, numerically at least just a maintenance release in the 1.9 series.
However under the covers the engineering team has been working away developing more safety features for high-availability clustered deployments, squashing a couple of bugs, and improving SSL support for chained certificates and adding streaming support for paged traversals in the REST API.
If you’re a 1.9 user, you’re strongly recommended to upgrade to 1.9.1 and new users should proceed directly to 1.9.1. You won’t need any store upgrades going from 1.9 to 1.9.1 so it’s an easy upgrade.
Download at the usual place and happy graphing!
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