[As community content, this post reflects the views and opinions of the particular author and does not necessarily reflect the official stance of Neo4j.] Why Are We Doing This? Data analysis is the phenomenon of dissecting, structuring and understanding data.… 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 →

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 →

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 →

[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 →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by John Swain at GraphConnect San Francisco in October 2016. Summary In this presentation, learn how John Swain of Right Relevance (and Microsoft Azure) set out to analyze Twitter conversations around both Brexit and… 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 →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Mark Kvamme and Clark Richey at GraphConnect San Francisco in October 2016. Presentation Summary Enterprises are faced with a variety of challenges when it comes to managing data, largely due to the disparate… Read more →

Hi everyone. My name is Dr. Jim Webber. I’m Neo4j’s chief scientist, and I’d like to take a few minutes to talk to you about Neo4j’s evolution from an engineering point of view. Our Origin Story: Overcoming Complicated SQL Queries… Read more →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Tilo Walter at GraphConnect Europe in April 2016. Here’s a quick review of what he covered: How to use graphs to leverage and navigate business leader social networks Combining Kantwert and Neo4j to… Read more →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by İrfan Nuri Karaca at GraphConnect Europe in April 2016. Here’s a quick review of what he covered: The exponentially growing pool of data worldwide How graphs solved Kale Yazılım’s data challenges Trends in… Read more →

Welcome to this week in Neo4j. This week we’ve got articles showing how to integrate Neo4j with Kibana, using jQAssistant from Pandas, and lots of releases of Neo4j and related projects. But first: International Women’s Day Praveena and Eve answering… Read more →

Welcome to the 2nd edition of This Week in Neo4j! If you’ve got any ideas for things we should cover in future editions, I’m @markhneedham on Twitter or send an email to devrel@neo4j.com. Contributing to Neo4j: Florent Biville Florent Biville… 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 →

“When I initially chose Neo4j, it was a startup project. I found it extremely useful and easy to use, and immediately realized it was the way we wanted to develop,” says John Swain, Product Manager for Data Science and Data… Read more →

For this week’s 5-Minute Interview, I spoke with Megan Kvamme, CEO at FactGem. Megan and I caught up at GraphConnect San Francisco last October. Here’s what we discussed: How does FactGem use Neo4j? Megan Kvamme: We built FactGem on top… Read more →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Lorenzo Speranzoni at GraphConnect Europe in April 2016. Here’s a quick review of what he covered: Converting JSON documents into nodes Couchbase integration architecture How the JDBC driver makes use of the Bolt… Read more →

There are several ways that Neo4j can work with Oracle RDBMS (or any other RDBMS). The approach you take depends on what your enterprise is trying to achieve. In this Neo4j and Oracle blog series, we’ll explore how these two… Read more →

For this week’s 5-Minute Interview, I sat down with Tim Williamson, a Data Scientist at Monsanto. I interviewed Tim at GraphConnect San Francisco after his popular presentation: “Graphs Are Feeding the World.” Tell us a little bit about your role… 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 →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by William Lyon at GraphConnect Europe in April 2016. Here’s a quick review of what he covered: Why polyglot persistence? How to keep data consistent across platforms The new, powerful integration tools introduced by… Read more →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Srinivas Suravarapu at GraphConnect Europe in April 2016. Here’s a quick review of what he covered: Perfecting your database architecture The Scribestar domain model Building versioning into the data store Tricks and tips… Read more →

If you haven’t seen the first part of this series, make sure to check out the first article to get an introduction to Neo4j’s user defined procedures and check out our APOC procedure library. New APOC Release First of all… 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.] Like many others in the tech industry, I occasionally come across a cool looking technology such… Read more →

The Neo4j community has been very active this summer – that much is obvious. What you might not have noticed is how many new integrations and drivers have been published for new programming languages in the last month. Highlights include:… Read more →