This post introduces what’s been happening in Spring Data Neo4j recently. You will learn about the new features and the simplification of the programming model, find out what has changed under the cover, such as smarter querying for better performance.… 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 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 →

[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 →

Welcome to this week in Neo4j! From now on instead of covering everything that happened in Neo4j at the end of the month in one mega-post we’re going to publish a more focused update once a week. We hope you… Read more →

The Neo4j community is already off to a busy start for the new year with tons of new projects and drivers, but before we dive into new items from 2017, let’s take one last look at 2016 and discover what… Read more →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Nicola Camillo and Alberto De Lazzari of Veneto Banca at GraphConnect Europe in April 2016. Here’s a quick review of what they covered: The main challenges faced by Veneta Banca What they learned… Read more →

The Neo4j community has been busy this autumn, and September (as the month before GraphConnect) was exceptional. Read on to see this past month’s top content, including great articles on polyglot persistence with MongoDB, RDF-to-graph transitions and using Neo4j with… 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 →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Luanne Misquitta at GraphConnect Europe in April 2016. Here’s a quick review of what she covered: Features of the Neo4j Object-Graph Mapper (OGM) Features of Spring Data Neo4j 4.1 A Walkthrough of Building… Read more →

For this week’s 5-Minute Interview, I chatted with Nicolas Rouyer, Senior IT Architect at Orange in France. I caught up with Nicolas at GraphConnect Europe. Here’s what we discussed: How do you use Neo4j at Orange, and what new projects… Read more →

Every year around GraphConnect, the Neo4j community shows off how awesome they are with even more and better content than usual. April 2016 was no exception, especially in light of the Neo4j 3.0 announcement and the ongoing Panama Papers coverage.… Read more →

Today, the Neo4j team is proud to announce the release of Neo4j 3.0.0. As the first release in the 3.x series, Neo4j 3.0 is based on a completely redesigned architecture and a commitment to offer the world’s most scalable graph… Read more →

Introduction LARUS Business Automation has been the first Neo4j Italian partner since 2013, but let’s first take a step back to winter 2010 to talk about our first major projects with Neo4j. At the time, we were working for one… Read more →

In the Neo4j community last month, love was in the air. That love expressed itself as more nodes than ever in our community content. From articles and podcasts to GraphGists and other projects, our global graph of community members keeps… Read more →

As part of the first milestone of the Spring Data release Hopper Train, Spring Data Neo4j 4.1 Milestone 1 was made available last week. We also published the second milestone release for the Neo4j Object Graph Mapper (Neo4j-OGM) 2.0. I’m… Read more →

Editor’s Note: Last October at GraphConnect San Francisco, Kenny Bastani and Josh Long — Spring Developer Advocates at Pivotal — delivered this presentation on polyglot persistence for microservices using Spring Cloud and Neo4j. For more videos from GraphConnect SF and… Read more →

If you didn’t hear the news from Emil Eifrem’s keynote presentation at GraphConnect San Francisco yesterday: The Neo4j team is pleased to announce the general availability of Neo4j 2.3.0. Everyone from across Neo Technology has worked hard to make sure… Read more →

We already know you’re excited to attend GraphConnect San Francisco (did we mention there’s only five days left to register?), and you’ve already checked out the amazing agenda and star-studded speaker lineup. But while long, in-depth talks are certainly helpful… Read more →

After a full year of hard work, we are very happy to announce the general availability of Spring Data Neo4j 4.0. Many thanks goes out to the great team from our partner GraphAware (Vince, Adam, Luanne, Michal), and the dedicated… Read more →

As summer wraps up, it’s time to look back at all of the wonderful projects, articles, videos and slideshows published by the Neo4j community. Below are our top summer picks from graphistas all across the world. If you would like… 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 →

I’m happy to announce good progress on our continuous efforts to integrate Neo4j with the Spring Framework, namely Spring Data. Our Spring Data Neo4j project started more than 5 years ago and it has been my challenge to keep it… Read more →

Announcing Spring Data Neo4j 4.0! Over the last few months, the Neo4j engineers along with our friends GraphAware and Pivotal have been working on a ground-up reimplementation of Spring Data Neo4j (SDN) that is server-first and Cypher-centric. Today we are… Read more →

Many organizations that are looking at modeling highly connected data to add business intelligence or analytical capabilities using Neo4j already have a database in place. Introducing a graph database into the mix does not have to be a disruptive process.… Read more →