Simplicity Wins: We’re Shifting to an Open Core Licensing Model for Neo4j Enterprise Edition

TL;DR: Starting with Neo4j 3.5, Enterprise Edition source code will no longer be published to the open source commons, including future versions. This does not impact Neo4j Community Edition. We will continue to deliver the world’s best and most comprehensive… Read more →

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Interchangeable Parts: 5-Minute Interview with Preston Hendrickson, Principal Systems Analyst at CALIBRE

“It’s easy to teach people to use Neo4j. It’s hands-on training, not death by PowerPoint,” said Preston Hendrickson, Principal Systems Analyst at CALIBRE. CALIBRE works with large government customers, including the U.S. Army, where maintenance, operation and support costs of… Read more →

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The eBay App for Google Assistant: Graph-Powered Conversational Commerce

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Ajinkya Kale and Anuj Vatsa at GraphConnect New York in October 2017. Presentation Summary The eBay App for Google Assistant is a chatbot powered by knowledge graphs that supports conversational commerce. In creating… Read more →

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Imperative vs. Declarative Query Languages: What’s the Difference?

The evolution of programming languages has grown in parallel with the evolution of computing itself, with new languages being created with each new advance and paradigm shift. After all, if language shapes how we view reality, then changes in computing… Read more →

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Which GraphConnect Training Should You Take? [Quiz]

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 →

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Don’t Choose One Database… Choose Them All!

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Dave da Silva at GraphConnect Europe in May 2017. Presentation Summary Capgemini, a global leader in consulting, technology and outsourcing services, believes that using multiple databases improves your ability to unlock the business… Read more →

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Knowledge Graphs: The Path to Enterprise AI

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Michael Moore and Omar Azhar at GraphConnect New York in October 2017. Presentation Summary Once your data is connected in a graph, it’s easy to leverage it as a knowledge graph. To create… Read more →

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Using Neo4j to Investigate Connections in the U.S. Healthcare System

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Yaqi Shi at GraphConnect San Francisco in 2016. Presentation Summary In this presentation, Yaqi Shi describes the process of developing Health-Graph, a model of how some of the key elements in the healthcare… Read more →

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The ROI on Connected Data:
The Overlooked Value of Context for Business Insights [+ Airbnb Case Study]

Your data is inherently valuable, but until you connect it, that value is largely hidden. Those data relationships give your applications an integrated view that powers real-time, higher-order insights traditional technology cannot deliver. In this series, we’ll examine how investments… Read more →

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Now You Can Express Cypher Queries in Pure Python using Pypher [Community Post]

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 →

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Forrester Research: Graph Databases Vendor Landscape [Free Report]

In 2015, analyst firm Forrester Research published a vendor landscape report on the state of graph databases. It included a few graph technology vendors, several graph use cases and described Neo4j as the “most popular graph database.” Since then, graph… Read more →

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Analyzing Twitter Hashtag Impact using Neo4j, Python & JavaScript

This is the first demo I developed with Neo4j. The objective of the demo is to open the discussion about graph databases, Neo4j, big data, analytics and IBM Power Systems with our global customers. I decided to use Twitter as… Read more →

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Graph Algorithms: Make Election Data Great Again

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 →

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Cypher: Write Fast and Furious

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 →

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Integrating All of Biology into a Public Neo4j Database

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Daniel Himmelstein at GraphConnect San Francisco in October 2016. Summary Himmelstein started his PhD research with the question: How do you teach a computer biology? He found the answer in a heterogenous network… Read more →

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GraphQL Meets Graph Database: A GraphQL + Neo4j Integration

As part of our work on the Neo4j Developer Relations team, we are interested in integrating Neo4j with other technologies and frameworks, ensuring that developers can always use Neo4j with their favorite technologies. A very interesting development in recent months… Read more →

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Neo4j 3.2 GA Release: Enterprise Scale, Native Performance & More

We are proud to announce the general availability release of Neo4j 3.2. This release marks an expansion in global scale, enterprise refinement and all-around performance. It signals that the next generation of graph-powered Internet applications will span the globe. To… Read more →

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An Introduction & Tutorial for Structr 2.1

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 →

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The Top 10 Can’t-Miss Speakers at GraphConnect Europe [2017 Edition]

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 →

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This Week in Neo4j – 8 April 2017

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 →

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This Week in Neo4j – 25 March 2017

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 →

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This Week in Neo4j – 18 March 2017

Welcome to 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. WordPress Recommendation Engine Adam Cowley has been busy over the last… Read more →

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The JetBrains IDE Plugin for Graph Database Developers [Community Post]

[As community content, this post reflects the views and opinions of the particular author and does not necessarily reflect the official stance of Neo4j.] Many developers mostly stay in their integrated development environments (IDEs) when working on software. That’s why… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j – 11 March 2017

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 →

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Just for Flask & React.js Developers: A New Neo4j Movies Template

Introduction Let’s jump right into it. You’re a Python developer interested in Neo4j and want to build a web app, microservice or mobile app. You’ve already read up on Neo4j, played around with some datasets, and know enough Cypher to… Read more →

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