Graph Databases in the Enterprise: Graph-Based Search

Graph-based search is a new approach to data and digital asset management originally pioneered by Facebook and Google. Search powered by a graph database delivers relevant information that you may not have specifically asked for – offering a more proactive… Learn More →


5 Secrets to More Effective Neo4j 2.2 Query Tuning

Even in Neo4j with its high performance graph traversals, there are always queries that could and should be run faster – especially if your data is highly connected and if global pattern matches make even a single query account for… Learn More →


Graph Databases for Beginners: Data Modeling Pitfalls to Avoid

With the advent of graph databases, data modeling has become accessible to masses. Mapping business needs into a well-defined structure for data storage and organization has made a sortie du temple (of sorts) from the realm of the well-educated few… Learn More →


Graph Databases for Beginners: Why Data Relationships Matter

We live in an ever-more-connected world, and data relationships, will only increase in years to come. If your business is to succeed in a highly connected world, you must learn to leverage those connections for all they’re worth – but… Learn More →


Interview: Monitor Network Interdependencies with Neo4j

[This article is excerpted from a white paper by EMA and is used with permission.] Traditional relational databases served the IT industry well in the past. Yet, in most deployments today they demand significant overhead and expert levels of administration… Learn More →


JCypher: Focus on Your Domain Model, Not How to Map It to the Database [Community Post]

[As community content, this post reflects the views and opinions of the particular author and does not necessarily reflect the official stance of Neo4j.] Software developers around the world spend a significant amount of their time struggling with database related… Learn More →


(March Madness) <-[:MADE_SANE_WITH]- (Neo4j)

March GRAPHness Download all the code needed to try it out for yourself HERE, or check out the GraphGist HERE. March madness is a rare concord of well-documented data and pop culture. Warren Buffet’s billion-dollar bet grabbed the interest of everyone from… Learn More →


Building a Python Web Application Using Flask and Neo4j

Flask, a popular Python web framework, has many tutorials available online which use an SQL database to store information about the website’s users and their activities. While SQL is a great tool for storing information such as usernames and passwords,… Learn More →


What Can Banks Learn from Online Dating

Neo4j Co-Founder and GraphConnect speaker discusses the role of Graph databases in the future of finance Originally posted on Written by CEO of Neo Technology, Emil Eifrem At first glance, the idea that the banking or finance sector could… Learn More →


OSCON Twitter Graph

OSCON Twitter Graph As a part of Neo4j’s community engagement around OSCON, we wanted to look at the social media activity of the attendees on Twitter. Working with the Twitter Search API and searching for mentions of “OSCON”, we wanted… Learn More →


From the Neo4j Community: Best of June 2014

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 Approach… Learn More →


Let Graph-dom Ring! Four GraphDB Reads for the Fourth of July

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 Cypher… Learn More →


From the Neo4j Community: Best of May 2014

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 →


Graph Gist Winter Challenge Winners

To be honest, we were blown away.   When starting this challenge we were really excited and curious about the results. But what YOU created and submitted is just impressive.   We received 65 submissions in the 10+ categories. Well… Learn More →


The first GraphGist Challenge completed

We’re happy to announce the results of the first GraphGist challenge. Anders Nawroth First of all, we want to thank all participants for their great contributions. We were blown away by the high quality of the contributions. Everyone has put… Learn More →


Demining the “Join Bomb” with Graph Queries

For the past couple of months, and even more so since the beer post, people have been asking me a question that I have been struggling to answer myself for quite some time: What is so nice about the graphs?… Learn More →



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