After a full year of hard work, we are very happy to announce the general availability of Spring Data Neo4j 4.0. Many thanks goes out to the great team from our partner GraphAware (Vince, Adam, Luanne, Michal), and the dedicated… Learn More →

Preventing and reacting to attacks in cyberspace involves a complex and rapidly changing milieu of factors, requiring a flexible architecture for advanced analytics, queries and graph visualization. Information Overload in Security Analytics Cyber warfare is conducted in complex environments, with… Learn More →

Editor’s Note: Linkurious is a Bronze sponsor of GraphConnect San Francisco. Register for GraphConnect to meet Jean and other sponsors in person. Since we started Linkurious in 2013, we have worked with dozens of Neo4j users around world to help… Learn More →

Editor’s Note: Cambridge Intelligence is a Silver sponsor of GraphConnect San Francisco. Register for GraphConnect to meet Corey and other sponsors in person. The Countdown to GraphConnect The wait is nearly over…just 7 days to GraphConnect San Francisco! We are… Learn 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… Learn More →

Editor’s Note: Structr is a Bronze sponsor of GraphConnect San Francisco. Register for GraphConnect to meet Axel and other sponsors in person. When Christian, Kai and I board the plane from Frankfurt to San Francisco next Monday, headed for GraphConnect… Learn More →

Editor’s Note: GrapheneDB is a Bronze sponsor of GraphConnect San Francisco. Register for GraphConnect to meet Alberto and other sponsors in person. I’m a developer who knows what it’s like to set up Neo4j in production. I’ve been in the… Learn More →

Editor’s Note: GraphGrid is a Bronze sponsor of GraphConnect San Francisco. Register for GraphConnect to meet Ben and Brad and other sponsors in person. I recently sat down with Ben and Brad Nussbaum, the co-creators of GraphGrid to talk more… Learn More →

Editor’s Note: GraphAware is a Silver sponsor of GraphConnect San Francisco. Register for GraphConnect to meet Michal and other sponsors in person. For the last couple of years, Neo4j has been increasingly popular as the technology of choice for people… Learn More →

For just over a year I’ve been obsessed on-and-off with a project ever since I stayed in the town of Skibbereen, Ireland. Taking data from the 1901 and 1911 Irish censuses, I hoped I would be able to find a… Learn More →

[As community content, this post reflects the views and opinions of the particular authors and does not necessarily reflect the official stance of Neo4j.] It’s All about Performance Ultimately it’s the performance of your company as a whole which determines… Learn More →

For many of us, it feels like software development has well and thoroughly moved into the NoSQL database era. However, recent studies suggest that adoption is still as low as 20%. Personally, I joined the NoSQL movement in 2008 when… 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.] Introduction A graph database is not only a simple way to store connected data, it is… Learn More →

Even in Neo4j with its high performance graph traversals, there are always queries that could and should be run faster – especially if your data is highly connected and if global pattern matches make even a single query account for… Learn More →

Great news for all those Neo4j alpha-developers out there: The third (and final) milestone release of Neo4j 2.3 is now ready for download! Get your copy of Neo4j 2.3.0-M03 here. Quick clarification: Milestone releases like this one are for development… 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.] Today is a great day for .NET developers who use Neo4j: The Neo4jClient is back in… Learn More →