Most people understand the problem in any large organization today is that the data is in silos. Data is disconnected, and as a result, a report from any one source is incomplete and not necessarily actionable to the extent it… Read more →

“As the relationship really started to take shape, we realized what the two technologies could solve much more effectively when they worked together,” said Keshav Ranganathan, Senior Offering Manager at IBM Power Systems. The Neo4j partnership with IBM Power Systems… Read more →

“When we first started exploring Neo4j’s native graph database, we saw benefits in how the data was stored because it paralleled real-world connected data,” said Benjamin Nussbaum, Co-Founder at GraphGrid. He and his team realized that the future of data… Read more →

“We knew we couldn’t come to market with the same old solution and be competitive – so we decided to explore a differentiated solution,” said Aaron Wallace, Product Manager at Pitney Bowes. As a software company prepared to enter the… Read more →

“As with any kind of software, the best for the job is one whose function matches your data structures,” said David Brian Ward, CEO and Founder of Telegraph Hill Software. David and his team were searching for a tool that… Read more →

“Cypher, for us, is really the killer feature of Neo4j,” said Stephan Reiling, Senior Scientist at Novartis Institute for Biomedical Research. The Novartis team recently embarked on a project to bring together huge volumes of disparate biological data, which they… Read more →

“With Neo4j, we’ve been able to take our average processing time from over four minutes to about 13 seconds,” said Scott Grimes, Senior Director of Revenue Management at Marriott International. When Marriott customers search for hotel rooms for certain dates… Read more →

“We tried doing our work with RDBMS, but found that the queries were just going too slowly,” said Peter Walker, Project Manager at Cisco. Peter and his team were looking for way to mine customer support case notes and find… Read more →

“The thing we love most about Neo4j is that it’s truly the only native property graph on the market that does what it says it’s supposed to do,” said Clark Richey, CTO and Co-Founder of FactGem. There are a number… Read more →

“Moving from relational to graph, it takes time to learn to step back from your data and ask, ‘What more can I do?’” said Chuck Kane, Director of Global Solutions at Pitney Bowes. The company partnered with Neo4j to provide… Read more →

“Due to native graph storage, the Neo4j queries run really quickly, which is amazing,” said Andrés Natanael Soria, Senior Software Engineer at Cablevisión Fibertel. The company uses a broadband network to provide cable television and internet services to customers throughout… Read more →

“We think it’s good to use the right tool for the right problem — and graph databases are the right tool if you are focusing on relationships,” said Antonio Molins, Vice President of Data Science at Miroculus. Choosing the right… Read more →

“The great thing about Cypher and Neo4j is that you can start working with them easily, even without knowing everything about them,” said Duncan Grant, EMEA Sales Engineer at Cambridge Intelligence. Grant first became familiar with Neo4j when he started… Read more →

“Neo4j stood out of the NoSQL movement as having all the advantages of traditional relational databases,” said Wouter Crooy, Technical Lead at albumprinter. While relational databases work well for some use cases, albumprinter relies on a polyglot persistence architecture to… Read more →

“When I initially chose Neo4j, it was a startup project. I found it extremely useful and easy to use, and immediately realized it was the way we wanted to develop,” says John Swain, Product Manager for Data Science and Data… Read more →

“We needed a database that could capture relationships – and there is no debate that Neo4j really excels at that,” says Dippy Aggarwal, Ph.D. candidate at the University of Cincinnati. Graphs provide significant advantages over relational databases when working with… Read more →

“We chose a graph database because it’s so much more expressive and a natural representation of the type of data we work with,” says Galit Gontar, Software Engineer at Glidewell Laboratories in Irvine, California. In fact, Gontar and the Glidewell… Read more →

“Data that isn’t connected just isn’t as useful,” says Bradley Nussbaum, CEO at AtomRain in Los Angeles. The world of big data is no longer just taking notice of graph database technology — they’re taking action to implement it because… Read more →

“This is a really advanced graph algorithm and Cypher nailed it,” said Daniel Himmelstein, a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania. Before using Neo4j, it took as many as 1,000 lines of code to write the main query for… Read more →

For this week’s 5-Minute Interview, I spoke with Megan Kvamme, CEO at FactGem. Megan and I caught up at GraphConnect San Francisco last October. Here’s what we discussed: How does FactGem use Neo4j? Megan Kvamme: We built FactGem on top… Read more →

For this week’s 5-Minute Interview, I chatted with Christophe Willemsen, Senior Neo4j Consultant at GraphAware in London. Christophe and I spoke at GraphConnect San Francisco last October. Here’s what we discussed: Talk to me about how you use Neo4j. I’m… Read more →

For this week’s 5-Minute Interview, I chatted with David Meza, Chief Knowledge Architect at NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston. I caught up with David at GraphConnect San Francisco. Here’s what we talked about: Tell us a little bit about… Read more →

For this week’s 5-Minute Interview, I sat down with Tim Williamson, a Data Scientist at Monsanto. I interviewed Tim at GraphConnect San Francisco after his popular presentation: “Graphs Are Feeding the World.” Tell us a little bit about your role… Read more →

For this week’s 5-Minute Interview, I chatted with Tom Zeppenfeldt, Director and Founder at Graphileon in the Netherlands. Tom and I chatted this past summer about what’s new at Graphileon. Here’s what we covered: Tell us a bit about yourself… Read more →

For this week’s 5-Minute Interview, I chatted with Irina Balaur, Postdoctoral Researcher at the European Institute for Systems Biology and Medicine in Lyon, France. I caught up with Irina at GraphConnect Europe last April. Here’s what we talked about: Talk… Read more →