By Julian Simpson, Full Stack Developer | May 3, 2009
Neo4j 1.0-b8 — the open source graph database — was released today with a major set of features including incremental online backup of running Neo4j instances, reduced memory footprint and lots of performance improvements. Download it here.
While this is officially a beta release, we’ve had later stage snapshots running in production for a couple of months on several production systems. Grab it fresh off the presses, read the list mail announcement and check out the details in the changelog.
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About the Author
Julian Simpson, Full Stack Developer
Julian Simpson brings to Neo Technology the benefits of a long and random IT career. From working in thankless IT support jobs, to Unix Systems Administration, to DevOps consulting and writing, Julian has sometimes been at the cutting edge of technology. He keeps the marketing engines humming at Neo Technology.
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