With the strong growth of deployments of Neo4j by enterprise customers and users in all industries, we’ve been asked time and again to provide a certification mechanism that allows Neo4j experts to prove their expertise. In today’s job market, NoSQL… Learn More →

The impact of fraud on the insurance industry is estimated to be $80 billion annually in the US, a number that has been growing in recent years. From 2010 to 2012, questionable claims in the U.S. jumped 27 percent, to… Learn More →

The FOSDEM open source conference is the largest (5000+) gathering of users and developers of open source projects in Europe. Happening annually in Brussels, Belgium it has been home of the Graph Processing devroom for the last five years. Every… Learn More →

[As community content, this post reflects the views and opinions of the particular author and does not necessarily reflect the official stance of Neo4j. This post originally appeared on the GrapheneDB blog and is used with permission.] In a recent… Learn More →

First-party bank fraud involves fraudsters who apply for credit cards, loans, overdrafts and unsecured banking credit lines, with no intention of paying them back. It is a serious problem for banking institutions. U.S. banks lose tens of billions of dollars… Learn More →

Editor’s Note: Last October at GraphConnect San Francisco, Scott David – the Director of Information Interaction at the World Economic Forum – gave this presentation on how the Forum uses Neo4j to inform world leaders on tomorrow’s emerging global issues.… Learn More →

Banks and insurance companies lose billions of dollars every year to fraud. Traditional methods of fraud detection play an important role in minimizing these losses. However increasingly sophisticated fraudsters have developed a variety of ways to elude discovery – both… Learn More →

Editor’s Note: Last October at GraphConnect San Francisco, Ashley Sun and Rob Schoening – from the DevOps team at Lending Club – delivered this in-depth presentation on their MacGyver platform for managing microservices with Neo4j. For more videos from GraphConnect… Learn More →

Telenor Norway is the largest supplier of Norway’s telecommunications and data services, but they had run into a major data growth problem. With a growing number of subscriptions, their older identity and access management (IAM) system couldn’t handle the provisioning… Learn More →

Happy holidays, graphistas! We’re pleased to give you a freshly packaged milestone release, Neo4j 3.0.0-M02, just in time for tinkering over the holiday weekend. Disclaimer: Milestone releases like this one are for development and experimentation only as not all features… Learn More →

Editor’s Note: Last October at GraphConnect San Francisco, Karen Lopez – Senior Project Manager at InfoAdvisors – delivered a presentation on how to tell when your data will be best served by a graph database. For more videos from GraphConnect… Learn More →

From toys and ties, to slippers and iPhones, eBay is a major e-commerce hub. But with other online retailers offering same-day delivery (such as Amazon Prime or Google Express), eBay knew it needed to step up its game with a… Learn More →

This week’s 5-minute interview is with Suellen Stringer-Hye, the Linked Data and Semantic Web Coordinator at Vanderbilt University libraries. I caught up with Suellen at GraphConnect San Francisco after she delivered an amazing lightning talk on using Neo4j in the… Learn More →

Editor’s Note: Last October at GraphConnect San Francisco, Ian Robinson – Senior Engineer at Neo Technology – delivered this in-depth presentation on how to effectively scale your Neo4j-based application for enterprise-level production. For more videos from GraphConnect SF and to… Learn 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… Learn More →

In a little over 50 years, Walmart grew from a small, family-owned business to become the world’s largest public corporation, with over 2 million employees and annual revenues of $470 billion. But Walmart didn’t just become the world’s largest retailer… Learn More →