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 →

In 2015, analyst firm Forrester Research published a vendor landscape report on the state of graph databases. It included a few graph technology vendors, several graph use cases and described Neo4j as the “most popular graph database.” Since then, graph… Read more →

This post originally appeared on Emil Eifrem’s CEO blog on 1 December 2017. Graph technology has come a long way, and today the transformative nature of graphs is publicly visible through examples such as financial fraud detection in Panama and… Read more →

It’s fun to watch the graph database category evolve. From being a seemingly niche category a decade ago (despite the valiant efforts of the Semantic Web community) to a modest – but important – pillar of the data world as… Read more →

Today launches the seventh season of “Game of Thrones” with many exciting developments awaiting the audience. Even if we might never see the last two books Winds of Winter and A Dream of Spring published, the TV series producers march… Read more →

April shares the first two letters with APOC, our community driven procedure and function library for Neo4j’s Cypher. That’s why I thought it would be a good idea to use the APOC spring release to kick off a of blossom… Read more →

There are a million technologies competing for your attention, and sometimes it’s hard to weed out the marketing fluff from real product talk. That’s why we’ve decided to take a moment, step out of the way, and give you access… Read more →

I’ve only been on the Neo4j team for eight months, but it’s been a hectic and fascinating introduction to the world of graph data management. During my career I’ve been back and forth between software product companies (from the very… Read more →

I’m incredibly excited to announce that the Neo4j team has just raised $36 million in a series D funding round. I am glad to welcome Greenbridge Investment Partners to the graph of Neo4j investors, and I’d like to thank all… Read more →

No technology is equally good at everything, and databases are no exception. It’s possible for databases to satisfy different kinds of functions: batch and transactional workloads, memory access and disk access, SQL and XML access and graph and document data… Read more →

Editor’s Note: Last October at GraphConnect San Francisco, Clark Richey – Chief Technology Officer at FactGem – delivered this presentation on his database decision path toward Neo4j. For more videos from GraphConnect SF and GraphConnect Europe, check out graphconnect.com.. I’m… Read more →

A funny thing happened four-ish weeks ago. On March 1st, the database industry monitor DB-Engines published their usual monthly ranking report for the world’s most popular database management systems. For the first time, Neo4j was listed in the top 20.… Read more →

Last December, we announced the Neo4j Winter GraphGist Challenge. We invited our global graphista community to document and explain how various types of data could be modeled in a graph, using the GraphGist tool. We had dozens of fantastic entries,… Read more →

The Neo4j Winter GraphGist Challenge has officially begun! This year’s mission includes more categories, bigger prizes and new judges, so whether you’re a GraphGist veteran or a brand-new graphista, there is something for everyone to enjoy. The Mission: This year’s… Read more →