Last week, I wrote about Graph Gopher, the Neo4j client for iPhone. I mentioned that it was built alongside version 4.0 of Theo, the Swift language driver for Neo4j. Today, we’ll explore the Theo 4.0 update in more detail. But… Read more →

Cypher is a pretty cool language. It allows you to easily manipulate and query your graph in a familiar – but at the same time – unique way. If you’re familiar with SQL, mixing in Cypher’s ASCII node and relationship… Read more →

The last release of APOC library was just before GraphConnect New York, and in the meantime quite a lot of new features made their way into our little standard library. We also crossed 500 GitHub stars, thanks everyone for giving… Read 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.] It is widely known that Neo4j is able to load and write RDF. Until now, RDF… Read more →

European Union regulators are dead serious about protecting the privacy of their citizens’ personal data. The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) that take effect on 25 May 2018 apply to all EU and foreign organizations handling personal data of EU… Read more →

In order to re-invent the value chain from linear to circular and highly connected, retailers need to modernize their IT infrastructure rapidly and cost-effectively. In addition, web-based retailers must find a way to handle scale and sophistication to remain competitive.… Read more →

This spring, Neo4j is coming to a city near you to deliver a full day of sessions on how graph database technology is revolutionising the modern enterprise. The GraphTour Basics This one-day local event will turn you into a graph… Read more →

The graph data model is inherently visual. Try explaining a graph to someone new. You’ll inevitably draw a picture, or wave your hands around to convey what you mean by ‘nodes… links…. and more nodes’. People think in graphs, and… Read more →

The Neo4j Developer Relations team is tasked with making sure developers can build applications backed by Neo4j using their favorite technologies. One technology we’ve been really excited about recently is GraphQL. GraphQL is a relatively new paradigm for building APIs.… Read more →

In case you missed it at GraphConnect New York: The Neo4j team has announced the public alpha release of Cypher for Apache Spark™. We’ve been building Cypher for Apache Spark for over a year now and have donated it to… Read more →

As part of the Neo4j Graph Platform announced at GraphConnect New York last week, we are excited to announce the general availability release of the Neo4j Graph Database version 3.3. At the heart of the Graph Platform is the native… Read more →

Today at GraphConnect New York, Neo4j has announced our transformation from the provider of a graph database into the creator of a graph platform. We are making this change to address the evolving needs of customers in their deployment of… Read more →

This post introduces what’s been happening in Spring Data Neo4j recently. You will learn about the new features and the simplification of the programming model, find out what has changed under the cover, such as smarter querying for better performance.… Read more →

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 →

You already have all the reasons you should attend GraphConnect New York, and now you know who the must-see presenters will be, but now it’s time for the best reason to attend: The bottom-to-top agenda of all the keynotes, presentations… Read more →

It’s almost here, folks. GraphConnect New York is just around the corner, and we’re likely to see you in NYC in just two weeks! Of course, some of you still haven’t bought your tickets to the conference yet, so head… Read more →

There are a lot of great reasons to attendGraphConnect New York, but one of the best reasons is that every year we feature an entirely new lineup of the world’s best graph database technology experts. This year’s GraphConnect is no… Read 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.] Nearly every analyst of the retail industry would consider Amazon as the source of the declining… Read more →

This blog post was originally published on Medium by Michael Hunger and is used with permission. Graphcool released it’s GraphQL command-line tools two days ago, so I thought it would be nice to see how well they work, especially with… Read more →

In last week’s post, we discussed why designing a fully automated fake news detector is currently infeasible and introduced a semi-automated, graph-based solution which would use machine learning to work alongside human fact checkers to scalably flag and quarantine fake… Read more →

It’s summertime, but that doesn’t mean we’re less active building cool stuff for you to use with Neo4j. If you haven’t heard of APOC yet – dubbed “Awesome Procedures On Cypher” – it’s a Swiss Army knife of useful utilities… Read more →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Aaron Wallace at GraphConnect San Francisco in October 2016. Presentation Summary Modern enterprises need to have a full, 360-view of their customers drive their bottom line. This requires the integration of data from… Read more →

Discovering, capturing and making sense of complex interdependencies is central to managing IT infrastructure more effectively, and it is also a critical part of running the businesses IT serves. Whether it’s optimizing a network or an application infrastructure, managing change… Read more →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Dippy Aggarwal at GraphConnect San Francisco in October 2016. Presentation Summary Container orchestration for multiple containers across a fleet of machines has the potential to solve issues across the range of scaling, replication,… Read 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.] Click here to skip straight to the JDBC driver announcement. During his opening keynote address, Emil… Read more →