[As community content, this post reflects the views and opinions of the particular author and does not necessarily reflect the official stance of Neo4j.] Understanding large graphs is challenging. Sure, a proper Cypher query can retrieve valuable information. But how… 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.] It is widely known that Neo4j is able to load and write RDF. Until now, RDF… Read more →

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 →

Often invisible to the people outside of the field, life science researchers have been quietly embracing graph databases instead of the traditional triple and relational stores. On June 21, we invited a group of life science and healthcare researchers and… Read more →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Jesús Barrasa at GraphConnect San Francisco in October 2016. Presentation Summary Resource Description Framework (RDF) triple stores and labeled property graphs both provide ways to explore and graphically depict connected data. But the… 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 →

2016 was a big year for graphs, and the proof is in all of the awesome projects created by the Neo4j community. As we look forward to what 2017 has for the world of graph databases, let’s take a look… Read more →

Just like last year, we’re happy that the graph processing and graph database developer room at FOSDEM was approved again. Check out all the details here, including information about submissions: http://graphdevroom.org. If you’re interested in presenting, please submit your talks… 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 →

For this week’s 5-Minute Interview, I sat down with Dan Murphy, the Senior Developer for Semantic Metadata and DevOps at the Financial Times. I chatted with Dan at GraphConnect Europe after his great presentation on How Go and Neo4j enabled… Read more →

What we’re going to be talking about today is how the German toy manufacturer Schleich uses a graph data model to track all the elements related to toy production. I’ve been an engineer in Germany for the last 25 years,… Read more →

Editor’s Note: Last October at GraphConnect San Francisco, Clark Richey – Chief Technology Officer at FactGem – delivered this presentation on his database decision path toward Neo4j. For more videos from GraphConnect SF and GraphConnect Europe, check out graphconnect.com.. I’m… Read more →

After a recent presentation, I was asked “What can you do with Structr that you can’t with other software?” As we were short on time, I just replied with “You can do anything, but in much less time.” I wish… Read more →

The Neo4j community is awesome! From blog posts to videos to GraphGists, graphistas around the world regularly contribute some graph-tastic stuff. Below is a list of some of our favorites from the past month: ARTICLES Neo4j + Spring Data –… Read more →

Hi all! A few months ago we announced that Neo Technology (Neo) had joined the Linked Data Benchmark Council (LDBC), a three-year EU-funded research project aimed at creating a comprehensive suite of performance benchmarks for graph databases. The goal of… Read more →