Neo4j 3.0 is coming soon, and we would like to ask you today for your feedback on our first release candidate. For your review Neo4j 3.0-RC1 previews some significant new features which we’d love for you to review. “Bolt” binary… Read more →

Today, we would like to announce the release of Spring Data Neo4j 4.0.0.RC2. The Neo4j OGM framework on which it is based is also in its second version, 1.1.1 As we get closer to general availability, we’re happy to report… Read more →

Neo4j 1.4 “Kiruna Stol” GA Over the last three months, we’ve released 6 milestones in our 1.4 series. Today we’re releasing the final Neo4j 1.4 General Availability (GA) package. We’ve seen a whole host of new features going into the… Read more →

Hi everyone,We’re on the fast track to the next major Neo4j release, “Kiruna Stol”. With today’s milestone, we’ve added some brand new features, some experimental aspects that we’re looking for feedback on and of course numerous enhancements to everyone’s favorite… Read more →

NOTICE: This version introduces an upgrade in the index store format that is not backwards compatible. Be sure to backup all data before trying out and make sure you do not test this release on production data before extensive readiness… Read more →

It’s been a couple of weeks since the 1.3 GA release, and along with it the profound changes to the Neo4j product suite and licensing. We’ve been busy in the meantime listening to the great feedback, planning our way forward… Read more →

Chris Gioran It’s that last mile, having traveled far but now closing in on our destination. Time to check around for all our belongings, stretch a bit, and make sure we look presentable. Milestone 5. Well, what have we got?A fresh… Read more →

Note: The store format changed in this milestone to allow for large databases. This means that you manually need to run an upgrade before your old database works with Neo4j 1.3.M04 and later. Please see me after class for more… Read more →

Today marks the release of our third milestone (M03) towards the Neo4j 1.3 “Abisko Lampa” release, which is now available for download. It’s been a busy iteration with several parallel streams running covering low-level footprint optimizations through to high-level usability,… Read more →

Peter NeubauerHi everyone,It’s milestone release time again. For this time, let me just summarize what we’ve been up to the last two weeks, guided by the distant light of Abisko Lampa.First of all, the community (that’s YOU!) has been fantastic… Read more →

Michael HungerWelcome to the first milestone release of the new 1.3 version of Neo4j. Release 1.3 is codenamed “Abisko Lampa” – the lamp of Abisko. Starting with this major release we’re using code names borrowed from the Swedish train stations… Read more →

With the Neo4j components, we supplied the fabric for stitching together graph-based applications. Now, with Neo4j 1.2 we are proud to offer a ready-to-wear graph server, for dressing up any application in graph style. This is the start of a… Read more →

Peter NeubauerHi all, The Neo4j community is proud to release another milestone into the wild – Neo4j 1.2 M06. This time the main effort has been spent in two areas – a more complete REST API, and the first version… Read more →

Peter Neubauer Hi there, In this release, the community and the Neo4j team have been working hard to bring you some really long-term value in the Neo4j project, mainly with documentation and the first glimpse of the High Availability component.… Read more →

Peter Neubauer Hi all Graphsters! From the initial background thread in a developer’s head to “do this properly some day”, following through with a proof-of-concept, then a real library, an open source project, an expanding collection of extensions, subjected to… Read more →

The first time is a promise. The second, a confirmation. But it’s not until the third time you follow through on cleaning your room that you can claim it as a habit.We’re feeling good about having a milestone release habit.… Read more →

In following our new bi-weekly release schedule, today we have released Neo4j 1.2.M02. It’s been a productive couple of weeks, and the biggest change for our users is the new integrated index API, with Lucene as the default implementation.Update your… Read more →

With a pebble in your shoe, every step distracts you from where you’re going. For a short walk, the pebble might be tolerable. But the longer the walk, the more the pebble becomes a problem. When strutting around with Neo4j,… Read more →

Peter Neubauer The Neo4j team is pleased to announce the first milestone towards the 1.2 release of Neo4j — 1.2.M01 being the version number. Our current focus is on usability, which means improving the overall experience of getting, installing, and… Read more →

Ever since we first started working on Neo4j (crazy enough it was more than 10 years ago!), we’ve had a relentless focus on robustness and performance. While this work never stops, I think it’s fair to say that Neo4j 1.1… Read more →

The Neo4j graph database release 1.1 has just arrived, so here’s some information on the new things that have been included. The main points are the additions of monitoring support, an event framework and a new traversal framework to the… Read more →

Recently version 1.0 of Neo4j was released. There has been a Neo Technology news post regarding this event, as well as a blog post on how to get to know Neo4j. The distribution is available as binary and source packages… Read more →

Neo4j 1.0-b11 — the open source nosql graph database — has been released. This is the last beta before we (after 6 years in commercial 24/7 production use) finally feel that we have a version that is worthy of 1.0.… Read more →

Neo4j 1.0-b10 – the open source nosql graph database – has been released with new features including a read-only mode, improved depth first traversal speed due to an iterator implementation all the way down to the native store layer and… Read more →

Andreas Ronge, Martin Kleppmann and the other contributors have recently released Neo4j.rb 0.3.2. The project on GitHub now has thirteen forks. The release announcement was sent to the Neo4j Ruby group. Major points from the changelog:experimental support for aggregating nodestraversal… Read more →