5 Reasons to Choose Neo4j

  • World’s First and Best Graph Database

    Neo4j is used by thousands of organizations, including 50+ of the Global 2000, in mission-critical production applications.

  • Biggest and Most Active Graph Community on the Planet

    Neo4j has the largest and most vibrant community of graph database enthusiasts who contribute to a robust and active ecosystem.

  • Highly Performant Read and Write Scalability, without Compromise

    Neo4j delivers the lightning-fast read and write performance you need, while still protecting your data integrity.

  • Fully Native Graph Storage & Processing = High Performance

    Index-free adjacency shortens read time and delivers ultra-high parallelized throughput even as your data grows.

  • Easier Than Ever to Learn

    A mature user interface, built-in learning and a wealth of education resources mean Neo4j is easy to learn and effortless to master.

What Is Neo4j?

Neo4j is a highly scalable native graph database that leverages data relationships as first-class entities, helping enterprises build intelligent applications to meet today’s evolving data challenges.

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