As the problems with SQL-based relational databases have become all to clear, there’s been a meteoric rise in the popularity of a new family of data storage technologies known as NoSQL. NoSQL is a cheeky acronym for Not Only SQL… Learn More →

Editor’s Note: Last May at GraphConnect Europe, Felienne Hermans – Assistant Professor at Delft University of Technology – gave this engaging talk on why you shouldn’t overlook the power of the humble spreadsheet. Listen to or read her presentation below.… Learn More →

Within the project management community, the Project Management Body of Knowledge® (PMBOK) Standard, published by the Project Management Institute (PMI®), is a well-known compilation of project management best practices. Its earliest versions (back in 1980) were organized by knowledge areas,… Learn More →

Today, we would like to announce the release of Spring Data Neo4j 4.0.0.RC2. The Neo4j OGM framework on which it is based is also in its second version, 1.1.1 As we get closer to general availability, we’re happy to report… Learn More →

Finding the best database for your application or development stack is about more than just features, scalability and performance. While all of those are essential, there’s another element of a graph database too many architects overlook: the database query language.… Learn More →

It’s true that relational databases have their perfect use cases. For consistent, tabular data whose schema rarely changes, an RDBMS solution might be the perfect fit. But what about if your data is highly interconnected? Or if your database schema… Learn More →

Big Data in Art with Neo4j This blog post deals with Big Data in Art with Neo4j. With the world of art as a use case, learn how to use Neo4j to do sentiment analysis, Big Data, colour analysis and… Learn More →

Reposted with permission by Brian Underwood – brian-underwood.blogs In my last two posts I covered the process of importing data from StackOverflow and GitHub for the purpose of creating a combined MDM database. Now we get to the really fun… Learn More →

Reposted with permission by Brian Underwood – brian-underwood.blogs In my last post – Making Master Data Management Fun with Neo4j – Part 1 I said I would “bring in another data source, show how I linked the data together, and… Learn More →

Reposted with permission by Brian Underwood – brian-underwood.blogs Joining multiple disparate data-sources, commonly dubbed Master Data Management (MDM), is usually not a fun exercise. I would like to show you how to use a graph database (Neo4j) and an interesting… Learn More →

Besides helping our customers to be successful trying and using Neo4j, DC-based David Fauth is always on the lookout for interesting new datasets to analyze. Being a (big) data scientist and data analyst by heart, he excels in deriving new… Learn More →

Originally posted on telecomcouncil.com, written by Philip Rathle, who will be speaking at TC3 on October 1. TC3 Speak Peek: Neo Technology – Graphs Are Eating Telecommunications As the world becomes more connected, so does its data. We at Neo Technology, creators… Learn More →

Originally posted on HRZone. Written by Emil Eifrem, speaker at GraphConnect 2014 SF and CEO of Neo Technology. How Graph Databases Can Power the Future of Recruitment They say it’s not what you know, it’s who you know. But the… Learn More →