It’s that time of year again. In less than five weeks, Emil will be getting on stage at GraphConnect 2018 in the heart to Times Square, NYC and announcing the new release of….wow, I think we’re getting a little ahead… Read more →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Rickard Damm and Lars Ericsson at GraphConnect Europe in May 2017. Presentation Summary Telia Zone is the Telia company’s router, which is used in approximately 1.5 homes in Sweden. Telia uses Neo4j with… Read more →

Our team at LARUS has been quite busy since the last JDBC driver release. Today, we’re happy to announce the 3.3.1 release of the Neo4j-JDBC driver. The release has been upgraded to work with recent Neo4j 3.3.x versions and Bolt… Read more →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Luanne Misquitta at GraphConnect Europe in May 2017. Presentation Summary In this presentation, Luanne Misquitta shares her facility for engaging with the challenges of human capital management (HCM) in contemporary organizations using graph… Read more →

Graph love is going global, and we’ve taken note. That’s why this year, instead of one centralized conference in Europe, we went on tour to eight cities across Europe and the Middle East. While eight one-day events in eight cities… Read more →

To remain viable, today’s retailers must be nimble enough to face their colossal online competition while also addressing another new reality of retail: The customer is now at the center of the value chain. In order to adapt to these… 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 →

Once again, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) has shaken the world with a far-reaching, in-depth investigation into the shadowy world of offshore finance: The Paradise Papers. Using Neo4j, the ICIJ has built upon their Pulitzer Prize-winning investigation of… Read more →

Abstract: KCIG, a German consulting company well-known in the automotive industry, and Structr, jointly created patedo®, a groundbreaking patent search engine, enabling engineers to query the world’s patent databases in unprecedented ways to find relevant working-level information much quicker than… Read more →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Christophe Willemsen at GraphConnect San Francisco in October 2016. Presentation Summary In this presentation, Christophe Willemsen covers a variety of do-and-don’t tips to help your Cypher queries run faster than ever in Neo4j.… 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 →

[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 →

“Relevance is the practice of improving search results for users by satisfying their information needs in the context of a particular user experience, while balancing how ranking impacts business’s needs.”[1] Providing relevant information to the user performing search queries or… Read more →

In one of our previous blog posts, we promised to write more about new features of our upcoming release of Structr, version 2.1, so here we are. New Tutorial But before we dive into the details, we’d like to to… Read more →

Today, enterprise architects are required to deliver insights quickly and make sense of large amounts of enterprise data (business knowledge, application information, technology assets, etc.). In this process, understanding and modeling interdependencies between entities is key. With relationships at the… Read more →

You already know the top nine reasons you should attend GraphConnect Europe this year, but besides the fantastic networking opportunities with some of the world’s most advanced graph database developers, architects and CTOs, there’s one reason that outshines them all:… Read more →

Welcome to this week in Neo4j, where we round up what’s been happening in the world of graph database in the last seven days. This week we look at how to create a Twitter clone using Neo4j, the Neo4j data… Read more →

We’ve been busy on this side of the Atlantic and we’re happy to formally invite you to GraphConnect Europe taking place at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in London on 11th May 2017. It will certainly be Europe’s largest graph… Read more →

Welcome to this week in Neo4j where we collect the most interesting things that have happened in the world of graph databases over the last 7 days. If you’ve got something that you’d like to see featured in a future… 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 →

The year is off to a great start when to comes to the Neo4j community. If this month is any indication of what’s to come, then we know that 2017 will be a big year for Neo4j projects, drivers and… Read more →

There are many use cases and scenarios where it makes sense to use Oracle RDBMS in tandem with the Neo4j graph database, whether you’re migrating a subset of data or constantly syncing both graph and relational datasets. However, sometimes circumstances… Read more →

Spring is in the Air 2016 was the year when, in April with the availability of Neo4j 3.0 we also introduced our own binary protocol named Bolt. We also provided the first set of officially supported drivers for Bolt, including… Read more →

Update: The Google Doc source and structure changed, we updated the import statements and queries on the trumpworld-graph GitHub repository. I came across this tweet by Sanchez Castro which I am more than happy to support. Hey @neo4j please do… Read more →