Compare Neo4j Editions

Choose the Edition that Matches Your Business Needs

Community Edition

Ideal for learning Neo4j and smaller do-it-yourself projects that do not require high levels of scaling or professional services and support.

Enterprise Edition

The same great features as Community Edition, with enterprise-grade availability, management, and scale-up and scale-out capabilities.

A Closer Look at Neo4j Editions

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Graph Features

Community

Enterprise

Labeled Property Graph Model
Native Graph Processing & Storage
Graph Query Language, “Cypher”
Neo4j Browser w/ Syntax Highlighting*
Fast Writes via Native Label Index*
Fast Reads via Composite Indexes*
Unlimited graph size
Database storage reallocation
Cypher query tracing
Node Key schema constraints*
Property existence constraints
*New in Version 3.2

Database Features

Community

Enterprise

ACID Transactions
High-performance Native API
High-performance caching
Cost-based query optimizer
Query monitoring with enriched metrics*
Compiled Cypher Runtime to accelerate common queries*
User & role-based security
LDAP & Active Directory Integration
Kerberos Security* Available
*New in Version 3.2

Architecture Features

Community

Enterprise

Official Language drivers for Java, Python, C# & JavaScript
HTTPS plug-in
REST API
Azure & AWS Cloud Delivery*
Debian, Docker and RPM*package delivery
Hot Backups
Online Space Reuse
Enterprise Lock Manger accesses all available cores on server
Causal Clustering (Raft-based read/write and read-replica design)
Multi-Data Center Support* Available
Driver-based load balancing
Driver-based Causal Clustering API to expose routing logic*
*New in Version 3.2 Available in High Availability. Coming soon for Causal Clustering

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Using Neo4j allowed us to focus on the important parts of the project: getting the domain model right, extracting novel insights from the data and delivering business value quickly.

Toby O’Rourke
Technical Architect, Gamesys