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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