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What is the Graph Platform?

Neo4j Desktop, the developers’ mission control console

  • Free, registered local license of Enterprise Edition
  • APOC library installer
  • Algorithm library installer
  • Neo4j 3.4 is faster & with new data types

  • Writes are now up to 5x faster
  • New supported data types: date/time format and 3D geospatial data
  • A new kernel API
  • Discovery & Visualization

  • Integration with popular visualization vendors
  • Neo4j Browser and custom visualizations allow graph exploration
  • Neo4j Graph Platform Diagram

    Data Integration

  • Neo4j ETL reveals RDBMS hidden relationships upon importing to graph
  • Data Importer for fast data ingestion
  • Data Lake Integrator materializes graphs from Apache Hadoop, Hive and Spark
  • Graph Analytics

  • Graph Algorithms support PageRank, Centrality and Path Finding
  • Cypher for Apache Spark from openCypher.org supports graph composition (sub-graphs) and algorithm chaining
  • Neo4j - The Fastest Path To Graph Success

    What is Neo4j?

    Graph Technology Solutions

    From fraud detection and real-time recommendations to network security and master data applications, Neo4j powers some of the most essential enterprise use cases for connected data.

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    Connected Enterprises Powered by Neo4j

    See for yourself how Neo4j customers use the world's leading graph database to power real-time intelligent applications.

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    Transforming Logistics: Real-time Routing and Tracking with Neo4j

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    Next-Gen Master Data Management Comes to Marketing at Pitney Bowes

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    Walmart Optimizes Customer Experience with Real-time Recommendations

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