Neo4j Subscriptions

From Global 2000s to Startups, and Midsize Companies to Government Organizations, find the subscription that's right for you.

  • Enterprise Subscriptions
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  • Full set of Neo4j commercial features with business and enterprise level support.
     
  • 30-day Trial
  • Startup Program
  • $12K / €12K
  • To help your startup achieve maximum liftoff: maximum scalability & performance, with web support.
  • 30-day Trial
  • Personal License
  • Free
  • Individual license to supercharge your personal innovation. Support not included.
     
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A Closer Look at Neo4j Options

Support Community Edition Enterprise Subscriptions Startup Program Personal License
Commercial Email Support - X X -
Commercial Phone Support - X X -
Support Hours - Up to 24 x 7 10×5 -
Maintenance Community Edition Enterprise Subscriptions Startup Program Personal License
Certified for Windows - X X X
Certified for Linux - X X X
Maintenance Releases
& Schedule Fixes
X X X X
Emergency Patches - Available - -
Performance
& Scalability Features
Community Edition Enterprise Subscriptions Startup Program Personal License
Enterprise Lock Manager - X - -
High-Performance Cache - X X X
Clustering - X X X
Hot Backups - X X X
Advanced Monitoring - X X X
Core Graph Database Features Community Edition Enterprise Subscriptions Startup Program Personal License
Property Graph Model X X X X
Native Graph
Processing & Storage
X X X X
ACID X X X X
Cypher – Graph Query
Language
X X X X
Language Drivers
most popular languages
X X X X
REST API X X X X
High-Performance
Native API
X X X X
HTTPS (via Plug-in) X X X X

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Using Neo4j allowed us to focus on the important parts of the project: getting the domain model right, extracting novel insights from the data and delivering business value quickly.

Toby O’Rourke
Technical Architect, Gamesys