Welcome to This Week in Neo4j, your weekly fix for news from the world of graph databases!
This week, we have advanced ingestion strategies for RAG applications, new ways of handling constraints with Cypher, our podcast summarises the highlights of NODES 2023 and we look at an open source Pipeline Security Tool built with Neo4j.
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FEATURED NODES SPEAKER: Oleg Šelajev
Oleg Šelajev is a developer advocate at AtomicJar, working on improving integration tests with Testcontainers for everyone in the community.
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In his session at NODES “Better Integration Tests for Neo4j Applications With Testcontainers” Oleg showed how Testcontainers libraries allow you programmatically to create, manage life cycle, and configure ephemeral instances of Neo4j. From spinning up individual Neo4j services to creating more complex topologies, your tests are in control of the environment.
Together with Michael Simons, he recently also went into more detail during a Live Stream on Testcontainers with Neo4j.
CI/CD PIPELINE SECURITY: Introducing Raven: CI/CD Pipeline Security with Open Source Vulnerability ScannerRaven, which stands for Risk Analysis and Vulnerability Enumeration for CI/CD Pipeline Security, scans GitHub workflows and breaks them into individual components. These components are then inserted into a Neo4j database as distinct types of nodes, with relationships established between them. This allows for effortless scanning and identification of vulnerabilities in workflows.
TWEET OF THE WEEK: Bhavesh Bhatt
It was a genuine privilege to speak about #GenerativeAI, #LLMs, @neo4j & Google's #PaLM2 at the Global DevSlam Stage within the Dubai World Trade Center, as part of the @GITEX_GLOBAL ✨@GoogleDevExpert, @GoogleDevsIN, @googlecloud#GITEXGLOBAL23 #GITEXGLOBAL #GITEX #Dubai pic.twitter.com/hcQSMJEEAn— Bhavesh Bhatt (@_bhaveshbhatt) October 23, 2023
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