We’re pleased to announce the release of Neo4j 2.1 Milestone 1, the first drop of the 2.1 release schedule whose dual goals are productivity and performance.In this release we’ve improved the experience at both ends of the Neo4j learning curve.… Learn More »

Today we’re releasing the latest version of the 2.0 series of Neo4j, version 2.0.1. For more details on Neo4j 2.0.0 see the December release blog post . This is a maintenance release and has no new features although it contains… Learn More »

Happy New Year! We’re happy to announce that we’ve extended December’s GraphGist Challenge until January 31, 2014! This gives you a few more weeks to submit or improve your entries to maximize your chances to WIN a $300 Amazon.com gift… Learn More »

A dozen years ago, we created a graph database because we needed it. We focused on performance, reliability and scalability, cementing a foundation for graph databases with the 0.x series, then expanding the features with the 1.x series. Today, we… Learn More »

A big thank you to all of the speakers, helpers and attendees who made GraphConnect New York and London 2013 such a graph-tastic success! We had a great time hacking and learning with graphistas on both sides of the pond… Learn More »

WARNING: This release is not compatible with earlier 2.0.0 milestones . See details below. The next major version of Neo4j has been under development for almost a year now, methodically elaborated and refined into a solid foundation. Neo4j 2.0 is… Learn More »

What is MusicBrainz? Paul Tremberth Quoting Wikipedia , MusicBrainz is an “open content music database [that] was founded in response to the restrictions placed on the CDDB.(…) MusicBrainz captures information about artists, their recorded works, and the relationships between them.” … Learn More »

The Driver WritersOur fearless leader Emil Eifrem presents the new Neo4j web browserSessions packed with attendeesGraphClinicians assist attendees with their graphDB problemsGraphClinician Amanda Laucher helps with a proof of conceptBBQ lunch while enjoying SF’s Indian summer(node_3) < – [:CONNECT] –… Learn More »

Type in a Cypher query, hit <enter>, then watch a graph visualization unfold. Want some data? Switch to the table view and download as CSV. Neo4j’s new Browser interface is a fluid developer experience, with iterative query authoring and graph… Learn More »

Philip RathlePeople love Neo4j for many good reasons. The Windows installation however isn’t usually at the very top of this list. With today’s release, we are making it a lot easier to run Neo4j Community on Windows. Neo4j 1.9.4 Community… Learn More »

In early October we are hosting our annual graph database conference GraphConnect in San Francisco. We want YOU to participate! Save the date: October 3-4 2013, the conference will be on 4th and we offer trainings on the 3rd. Read about our… Learn More »

Hi all,we have been working on an easy way to share your graph for some time, and we are proud to present you with the first ever GraphGist Challenge!We want to encourage you to model a domain that you know /… Learn More »

We are proud to release  Neo4j 2.0.0-M05 as a milestone today. The 2.0 project is now in full speed development after summer vacation. We’re getting close to feature completeness now, and we want to get this release out to you… Learn More »

Hello everyone,Today we’re pleased to release  Neo4j 1.9.3. This is a bugfix release in the 1.9.x series and has no new features (though it does restore an old way of registering unmanaged extensions with the server).If you’re on an earlier… Learn More »