There are many ways to store and manage data within a Neo4j graph database. When Neo4j 2.0 launched late last year we had an entirely new browser experience for interacting with graphs. The graph visualization from the return results of… Learn More »

During the matches in Brazil, we’ve been building a giant graph database to explore the tournament in an entirely different way. The use of data in sports reporting is nothing new. However, the data that is used quite often is.… Learn More »

eBay’s recently launched service eBay Now has revolutionized same-day delivery service. Powered by Neo4j, this technology allows customers to receive their online purchases within 1-2 hours after placing an order.   At this year’s GraphConnect conference, Volker Pacher, Senior Developer… Learn More »

The Neo4j community once again posted tons of graph-tastic stuff this past month from awesome articles to great GraphGists. Here are a few of our favorites from the Neo4j community in June:    ARTICLES How Businesses Can Adopt a Google-style… Learn More »

Celebrate American independence and freedom from table structures with these four blog posts. Happy Fourth of July and happy graphDB reading from the Neo4j team!   Blog: Hierarchical Pattern Recognition by Kenny Bastani Blog: Neo4j: Set Based Operations with the experimental… Learn More »

My colleague Rickard recently did a great graphgist on Elite:Dangerous trading. When I read his post, the first thing that struck me was that he had found a great clever way to import data into Neo4j. And since I have been into data imports for a… Learn More »

Wow, the HackSummit hackathon in San Francisco this past weekend was awesome! HackSummit brought together non-profit organizations, technology sponsors like Neo4j and local developers to hack on social and environmental issues. Over the two days of hacking at Change.org’s offices,… Learn More »

Our community is awesome! From blog posts to videos to GraphGists, graphistas around the world regularly contribute some graph-tastic stuff. Below is a list of some of our favorites from the past month: ARTICLES: Neo4j + Spring Data – a… Learn More »

Please upgrade to Neo4j 2.0.3.For details about the Neo4j 2.0.X series, please read Graphs for Everyone!On behalf of the Neo4j team,Kenny Bastani

We have released a Linux distribution of Neo4j 2.0.1 community on Windows Azure’s VM Depot website. Users of Windows Azure are now able to copy a platform image of Neo4j 2.0.1 directly from the VM Depot. Once provisioned, a fresh… Learn More »