Today we’re releasing the latest version of the 2.0 series of Neo4j, version 2.0.1. For more details on Neo4j 2.0.0 see the December release blog post . This is a maintenance release and has no new features although it contains… Learn More →

Happy New Year!   We’re happy to announce that we’ve extended December’s GraphGist Challenge until January 31, 2014! This gives you a few more weeks to submit or improve your entries to maximize your chances to WIN a $300 Amazon.com… Learn More →

A big thank you to all of the speakers, helpers and attendees who made GraphConnect New York and London 2013 such a graph-tastic success! We had a great time hacking and learning with graphistas on both sides of the pond… Learn More →

The Driver WritersOur fearless leader Emil Eifrem presents the new Neo4j web browserSessions packed with attendeesGraphClinicians assist attendees with their graphDB problemsGraphClinician Amanda Laucher helps with a proof of conceptBBQ lunch while enjoying SF’s Indian summer(node_3) < – [:CONNECT] –… Learn More →

Philip RathlePeople love Neo4j for many good reasons. The Windows installation however isn’t usually at the very top of this list. With today’s release, we are making it a lot easier to run Neo4j Community on Windows. Neo4j 1.9.4 Community… Learn More →

Hi all, we have been working on an easy way to share your graph for some time, and we are proud to present you with the first ever GraphGist Challenge! We want to encourage you to model a domain that you… Learn More →

We are proud to release  Neo4j 2.0.0-M05 as a milestone today. The 2.0 project is now in full speed development after summer vacation. We’re getting close to feature completeness now, and we want to get this release out to you… Learn More →

Hello everyone,Today we’re pleased to release Neo4j 1.9.3. This is a bugfix release in the 1.9.x series and has no new features (though it does restore an old way of registering unmanaged extensions with the server).If you’re on an earlier… Learn More →

Hello fellow graphistas,Today we’re releasing the latest version of the 1.9 series of Neo4j, version 1.9.2. While there aren’t any new API-level features in this release, there are plenty of goodies under the covers.Firstly we’ve been working with the lovely… Learn More →

Hello everyone!It’s been a while since I was last let loose on the Neo4j blog, and I’ve marked my return with some good news. This week marks the release of Neo4j 1.9.1, numerically at least just a maintenance release in… Learn More →

Hey all,We are excited to be sponsoring Heroku’s Waza 2013. Michael Hunger, Pernilla Lindh and I will be at the Neo4j lounge with our amazing zen sand coffee table, along with showcasing the Waza-Twitter graph. Go to this page for… Learn 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… Learn More →

Hi all, Michael and I have been on a great BeNeLux tour starting with a Meetup in Delft and another one in Antwerp with the big finale in Brussels for FOSDEM, one of the worlds geekiest unconferences. We talked at… Learn More →

Hi all,in the middle of the end-of-year festivities we are happy to announce another Neo4j 1.9 milestone before the year ends. This time, it is a milestone that is all about stability for 1.9.GA and paves the way for a… Learn More →

The neo4j.org website has been around and pretty static for a while – let’s move on! We want to welcome new Neo4j users with helpful information on how to get started and be successful developing applications using Neo4j.So we set… Learn More →

A successful beta has planted the seed for Neo4j in the cloud, available as an Add-on to Heroku’s superb platform. That beta will soon bear its first fruit with public availability debuting at next week’s GraphConnect.Mo Bettah Beta UsersThough humble… Learn More →

Welcome everyone to the first Milestone of the Neo4j 1.9 releases! In this release we’re introducing a simplification of HA cluster operations, and a set of excellent improvements to our query language, Cypher. Neo4j HA – fewer moving partsSetting up a Neo4j… Learn More →

Available immediately, Neo4j 1.8 offers a delightful experience for reading and writing graph data with the simple expressiveness of the Cypher language. Whether you’re just discovering the social power of Facebook’s Open Graph or are building your own Knowledge Graph… Learn More →

As we prepare the Neo4j 1.8 series for General Availability, we’re moving to an RC model of finalizing production ready software. RC of course stands for Really Careful. Resisting ChangesEvery line of code that is committed to github is greeted… Learn More →

Hi all,during a meeting some weeks ago some of the team discussed what 5 books geeks in the wider Neo4j community has read. We couldn’t reach a final conclusion so the discussion resulted in a Google Doc and a voting… Learn More →

I’m super excited that I was able to sponsor, attend, speak and “Track & Hack” at JRubyConf.EU. With the “Track & Hack” project, we wanted to create an open and live dataset of the presence and interaction of conference attendees.… Learn More →

Neo4j’s High Availability enables a torrent of data flowing to clients by replicating the graph across a synchronized cluster of servers. The logical cluster can operate within a single data center, or be spread out across the globe. No problem.Well,… Learn More →

Available immediately, Neo4j 1.8 Milestone 7 sets the stage for responsible data sharing. We’re open source. Naturally we’re mindful about supporting…Open (Meta) Data  Way back when Neo4j 1.2.M01 was released we introduced the Usage Data Collector (UDC), an optional component which… Learn More →

To test a fully assembled system, a database must be properly integrated into the set-up and tear-down of the test environment. With Neo4j, JVM-friendly developers have a distinct advantage because the database can be instantiated directly in code. Though this… Learn More →