Neo4j is a native graph database, which means all of the code – from the web browser to the drivers, Bolt protocol, page cache, cluster protocols, disk storage format — is optimized for graph workloads. As hardware advances come along,… 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 →

The Neo4j community is already off to a busy start for the new year with tons of new projects and drivers, but before we dive into new items from 2017, let’s take one last look at 2016 and discover what… Read more →

You already know about Neo4j 3.1 from its beta launch at GraphConnect last October. Now the general availability release of Neo4j is less than two weeks away! That’s right, Neo4j 3.1 will become production ready on Tuesday, 13 December 2016,… 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 →

Last semester, my professor told us to “pick an internship based on its quality and what you’ll learn, not on your assumed career path.” That seemed like great advice for me, especially since I hadn’t yet decided on which field… Read more →

As more and more people discover the joy and the power of using Neo4j, we naturally find that we get more of the same questions and issues popping up. Some questions require updates and improvements to the documentation (check out… Read more →

Every year around GraphConnect, the Neo4j community shows off how awesome they are with even more and better content than usual. April 2016 was no exception, especially in light of the Neo4j 3.0 announcement and the ongoing Panama Papers coverage.… Read more →

Editor’s Note: Last October at GraphConnect San Francisco, Chris Leishman – Executive Manager at Neo Technology – delivered this presentation on how to achieve optimal performance with Neo4j. For more videos from GraphConnect SF and to register for GraphConnect Europe,… 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 →

In the Neo4j community last month, love was in the air. That love expressed itself as more nodes than ever in our community content. From articles and podcasts to GraphGists and other projects, our global graph of community members keeps… Read more →

This week’s 5-minute interview is with Brad Brech, the CTO of Solutions at IBM. I caught up with Brad for a video interview at GraphConnect San Francisco. Q: Please tell us what you do at IBM and a little bit… Read more →

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… 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. This post originally appeared on the GrapheneDB blog and is used with permission.] In a recent… Read more →

If you haven’t just heard the news from my keynote presentation at GraphConnect San Francisco, you missed what I believe is going to be a defining moment not only for Neo4j but the entire world of graph technologies. Setting aside… Read more →

We already know you’re excited to attend GraphConnect San Francisco (did we mention there’s only five days left to register?), and you’ve already checked out the amazing agenda and star-studded speaker lineup. But while long, in-depth talks are certainly helpful… Read more →

Editor’s Note: Tom Sawyer Software is a Gold sponsor of GraphConnect San Francisco. Register for GraphConnect to meet the Tom Sawyer team and other sponsors in person. Graph visualization is a hot topic within the software community – especially for… Read more →

You already know all about why you should attend GraphConnect and who some of our top-notch speakers are going to be. Now it’s time for the best part: the full-fledged agenda of all the talks, meetups and activities you’ll see… Read more →

As we put the finishing touches on the GraphConnect San Francisco agenda, I’ve noticed a heart-warming trend I’d like to share with you. Several of the speakers scheduled for the conference on October 21st will describe how they use graph… Read more →

If you asked me a year ago what kind of internship I hoped to have during the summer before my last year of college, my answer would be drastically different than it is today. A year ago, I would have… Read more →

Update We are moving our Neo4j Community Support Forum to a new place as we have outgrown Slack. Thank you all for your help and support there. Now join us on community.neo4j.com for a better experience Making a Difference: The… Read more →

Editor’s Note: Last May at GraphConnect Europe, Jim Webber – Chief Scientist at Neo Technology – gave this inspiring (and nerdy) keynote talk on the history and future of graph data. Register for GraphConnect San Francisco to hear more speakers… Read more →

Congratulations to Aurelius on the news of your recent acquisition! The Aurelius team has always been our companions in promoting the value of relationships in data, and I wish you all the best as you embark upon the journey of… Read more →

We had some stellar action from the community throughout September, a selection of which is highlighted below. Follow @Neo4j for constant updates, and be sure to tweet at #Neo4j with any posts or videos you’d like us to see! Keep the posts… Read more →