Neo4j Graph Database Wins 2016 InfoWorld Bossie Award

Leading Graph Database Named a Winner in the Best Open Source Datacenter and Cloud Software category

Neo Technology, creator of Neo4j, the world’s leading graph database, announced today that Neo4j is a winner of the prestigious InfoWorld Bossie Award in the Best Open Source Datacenter and Cloud Software category. The Bossie Awards showcase the most innovative open source tools available to software developers, IT organizations and businesses today.
Neo4j has been revolutionizing the way organizations do business by providing them with the technology they need to make the most of their connected data. Neo4j is a highly scalable native open source graph database that leverages data relationships as first-class entities – in a way that was impossible with pre-existing traditional relational databases – to help enterprises build intelligent applications to meet today’s evolving data challenges. Neo4j continues to disrupt and dominate by providing the only fully mature, native graph database on the market.

“In today’s ever-connected world, Big Data continues to get bigger, and so do the challenges that come with it,” said Emil Eifrem, CEO of Neo Technology. “As a result, graphs are no longer on the cusp of going mainstream; they have been established as the power and basis for the transformation of how organizations do business. We are honored to be recognized for the third time by InfoWorld as a Bossie winner, and look forward to continued innovation and transformation in the years to come.”

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 Useful Links

  1. Neo4j Website
  2. GraphConnect San Francisco
  3. Graph Connect Europe 2016 video sessions
  4. Top 10 Reasons for Choosing Neo4j
  5. Graph Databases, published by O’Reilly
  6. Twitter