It’s that time of year again. In less than five weeks, Emil will be getting on stage at GraphConnect 2018 in the heart to Times Square, NYC and announcing the new release of….wow, I think we’re getting a little ahead… Read more →

The Neo4j community is full of different kinds of people: people who help others with technical questions, those who write blogs to help educate others about graph databases, those who contribute to open source projects and more. Our community also… Read more →

Once again, GraphConnect makes its way back to the vibrant island of Manhattan this autumn! Whether you’re new to the world of graph database technology or you’ve been a part of the movement for some time, there’s something new for… Read more →

On July 2018, Cerved – a Neo4j customer – has been awarded with the Big Data Analytics prize, by a panel of 50 CIOs working for the most important Italian companies, at the Digital360 Awards 2018, thanks to its Graph4you… Read more →

I discovered Neo4j and became instantly captivated. Finding something that made data make sense, was fun, approachable, and easier to learn, I read articles and white papers, watched videos online… but it wasn’t enough. I needed to connect, with people,… Read more →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by John Bodley and Chris Williams at GraphConnect Europe in May 2017. Presentation Summary Airbnb, the online marketplace and hospitality service for people to lease or rent short-term lodging, generates many data points, which… Read more →

“Especially when it comes to the financial sector or gaming, people need answers in real time,” said Joe Stefaniak, CEO of IntelligentTag. From slots and games to guest services to financial systems, casinos are chock full of data sources. Whether… Read more →

As a Swedish Generation Xer, I was brought up in the spirit that men and women were created equal, and that gender differences were a social construct that was out of fashion. In Senior High, my technology teacher warned us… Read more →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Rickard Damm and Lars Ericsson at GraphConnect Europe in May 2017. Presentation Summary Telia Zone is the Telia company’s router, which is used in approximately 1.5 homes in Sweden. Telia uses Neo4j with… Read more →

With metadata, everything’s connected. That’s what makes it interesting, said Pieter Visser, Solutions Architect at the University of Washington (at the time of the interview). At the University of Washington, the IT team serving the business tried more than one… Read more →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Dave da Silva at GraphConnect Europe in May 2017. Presentation Summary Capgemini, a global leader in consulting, technology and outsourcing services, believes that using multiple databases improves your ability to unlock the business… Read more →

Basically, we get paid to break into organizations, steal their data, and give them a report on how we did it, said Andy Robbins, Pen Tester and Red Team Lead at SpecterOps. Andy is one of the founders of BloodHound,… Read more →

“Most people are not yet looking at graph databases from a machine-learning point of view. All the inherent knowledge we as humans use to make decisions can be encoded in a graph structure,” said Ajinkya Kale, Senior Applied Researcher at… Read more →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Johannes Unterstein at GraphConnect Europe in May 2017. Presentation Summary In this talk, Johannes Unterstein walks you through the mechanics and advantages of using Apache Mesos and DC/OS (data center operating system) for… Read more →

“The future of graph technology is already here. It’s everywhere, because we can model anything in a way that’s more close to how it is in real life,” said Alicia Powers, Senior Vice President at New York City Economic Development… Read more →

Our team at LARUS has been quite busy since the last JDBC driver release. Today, we’re happy to announce the 3.3.1 release of the Neo4j-JDBC driver. The release has been upgraded to work with recent Neo4j 3.3.x versions and Bolt… Read more →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Yaqi Shi at GraphConnect San Francisco in 2016. Presentation Summary In this presentation, Yaqi Shi describes the process of developing Health-Graph, a model of how some of the key elements in the healthcare… Read more →

Calling all conference speakers (and seasoned audience members)! In case you missed the news, we recently opened up the Call for Papers (CFP) for GraphConnect 2018. In our effort to make all presenters feel welcome and to help them reach… Read more →

Speaking on behalf of the Neo4j team, I am excited to announce that Matt Casters has joined Neo4j, Inc. Matt has a sterling reputation in the open source community for his work in leading the Kettle project. Matt and I… Read more →

Bad news droids: You’re not the presenters we’re looking for. However, we’ll need some help finding the perfect presenters for GraphConnect 2018. That’s why the Call for Papers (CFP) is now open! Wait, What’s GraphConnect? Connected data isn’t just powering… Read more →

In the last seven months since GraphConnect New York, we have worked on enhancing the Neo4j ETL tool adding support for all relational databases with a JDBC driver. We also did some backend optimizations and made few changes to the… Read more →

Just in time for the Neo4j 3.4.0 release, we also pushed out two versions of APOC – 3.3.0.3 and 3.4.0.1. You can download them from GitHub, Maven or most conveniently with a single click in Neo4j Desktop. Please note that… Read more →

The time has come to create a single, unified property graph query language. Different languages for different products help no one. We’ve heard from the graph community that a common query language would be powerful: more developers with transferable expertise;… Read more →

Graph analytics have value only if you have the skills to use them and if they can quickly provide the insights you need. Therefore, the best graph algorithms are easy to use, fast to execute and produce powerful results. Neo4j… Read more →

Hello everyone, We, the developer relations team at Neo4j, are always looking for new ways to support the Neo4j developer community. We are starting a Medium publication around Neo4j-related topics to not only share lessons learned as well as tips… Read more →