This Week in Neo4j – FOSDEM, Knowledge Graphs, Azure Template

Welcome to this week in Neo4j where we round up what’s been happening in the world of graph databases in the last 7 days. This week we’ve got the finalised FOSDEM Graph Processing Room schedule, an updated Azure template, knowledge… Read more →

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FOSDEM 2017: Join Us in the Graph Developer Room!

Just like last year, we’re happy that the graph processing and graph database developer room at FOSDEM was approved again. Check out all the details here, including information about submissions: http://graphdevroom.org. If you’re interested in presenting, please submit your talks… Read more →

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Graph Databases for Beginners: Native vs. Non-Native Graph Technology

No technology is equally good at everything, and databases are no exception. It’s possible for databases to satisfy different kinds of functions: batch and transactional workloads, memory access and disk access, SQL and XML access and graph and document data… Read more →

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RDBMS & Graphs: Graph Basics for the Relational Developer

We already know that relational databases aren’t always enough for handling the volume, velocity and variety of today’s data, but what’s the clear alternative? There are a lot of other database options out there – including a number of NoSQL… Read more →

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Join Us for a Full Day of Graphs at FOSDEM 2016

The FOSDEM open source conference is the largest (5000+) gathering of users and developers of open source projects in Europe. Happening annually in Brussels, Belgium it has been home of the Graph Processing devroom for the last five years. Every… Read more →

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Neo4j on IBM POWER8: Scale Massive Graphs Like Never Before

openCypher and the Neo4j 2.3 release weren’t the only big announcements Emil Eifrem made during his keynote address at GraphConnect San Francisco. The Neo4j team is also proud to unveil Neo4j on IBM POWER8. Just as we are working hard… Read more →

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Interview: Monitor Network Interdependencies with Neo4j

[This article is excerpted from a white paper by EMA and is used with permission.] Traditional relational databases served the IT industry well in the past. Yet, in most deployments today they demand significant overhead and expert levels of administration… Read more →

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Getting Started with Apache Spark and Neo4j Using Docker Compose

[This post was originally published on Kenny Bastani’s blog and was used with permission.] I’ve received a lot of interest since announcing Neo4j Mazerunner. People from around the world have reached out to me and are excited about the possibilities… Read more →

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Graph Processing v. Graph Databases – Jim Webber

Graph Processing v. Graph Databases – Jim Webber Our Chief Scientist and speaker extraordinaire Jim Webber just posted a blog post on graph processing. He addresses big data, and Hadoop and Pregel’s tendency toward data analytics, OLAP. Neo4j, on the… Read more →

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EDBT Uppsala 2011 – Graph Processing everywhere.

Yesterday, I had the great honor to be invited to present Graph Databases and data-local processing at the EDBT in Uppsala. Thanks a lot to Pierre Sennellart, Anastasia Ailamaki and Tore Risch for inviting me to this great event and… Read more →

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