Next-Generation Neo4j Hosting on AWS with GrapheneDB

GrapheneDB is a Bronze sponsor of GraphConnect San Francisco. Meet their team on October 13-14th at the Hyatt Regency SF. With the Neo4j community gearing up for GraphConnect San Francisco – the most important event in the graph database ecosystem… Learn More →


For Testing & Feedback: Neo4j 3.0 Release Candidate 1

Neo4j 3.0 is coming soon, and we would like to ask you today for your feedback on our first release candidate. For your review Neo4j 3.0-RC1 previews some significant new features which we’d love for you to review. “Bolt” binary… Learn More →


Containerized Neo4j: Automating Deployments with Docker on Azure

Editor’s Note: Last October at GraphConnect San Francisco, David Makogon – Senior Azure Architect at Microsoft – and Patrick Chanezon – Technical Staffer at Docker – delivered this presentation on how to automate cloud deployments of Neo4j using Docker and… Learn More →


Heroku Addon News: New “Try” Plan Migration and Request for Feedback

We’ve been working to improve our architecture in our Heroku Add-on.  We’ve also been working on making it possible for you guys to migrate off of our deprecated Test plan, and onto our supported Try plan.  That’s taken longer than… Learn More →


Heroku Neo4j Add-On Available in Private Beta

Hello Graphistas and Rubyists!Now Heroku has become a language polyglot platform , we’re happy to announce that we’re enhancing the NOSQL ecosystem for Heroku customers and users by releasing the Neo4j-Graph Database Add-On.The Neo4j-Graph Database Add-On became “public” this week,… Learn More →


Announcing Neo4j on Windows Azure

Peter NeubauerMagnus MårtenssonAnnouncing Neo4j on Windows AzureNeo4j 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… Learn More →



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