By Adam Herzog | June 7, 2012
Neo4j has a ‘j’ appended to the name. And now it is available on Windows Azure? This proves that in the most unlikely of circumstances sometimes beautiful things can emerge. Microsoft has promised Java to be a valued “first class citizen” on Windows Azure. It is no problem at all to host a sophisticated and complex server product such as the Neo4j graph database server on Window Azure. Since Neo4j has a REST API over HTTP you can speak to this server from your regular .NET (or Java) applications, inside or outside of the cloud just as easily as you speak to Windows Azure Storage.