DevCast: Neo4j, It’s all about relations

Neo4j Field Engineer, David Montag, recently showcased on DevCast From DevCast: “One SQL Database to rule them all” is not the answer today in a complex world of data. Data is exploding and this kind of data sometimes need new… Read more →

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World of WarGraph

World of WarGraph Originally posted on Bruggen Blog Written by Rik Van Bruggen Today is August 4th, 2014. For most people, that date probably does not mean a lot – but for many people in Europe it probably does –… Read more →

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From our Community: Best of July 2014

Our community of graphistas hit it out of the park once again by writing articles, creating graphgists and spreading the word about the power of graph databases. We’ve picked a few of our favorite community posts from the month of… Read more →

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What Can Banks Learn from Online Dating

Neo4j Co-Founder and GraphConnect speaker discusses the role of Graph databases in the future of finance Originally posted on Wired.com Written by CEO of Neo Technology, Emil Eifrem At first glance, the idea that the banking or finance sector could… Read more →

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Using Knowledge Graphs to Unlock Consumer Data

Graphs are changing the face of consumer analytics. Neo4j customer Pitney Bowes knows the power of a graph database. A recent blog post on their corporate site details how graph databases can help companies unlock vital customer insights. Navin Sharma,… Read more →

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OSCON Twitter Graph

OSCON Twitter Graph As a part of Neo4j’s community engagement around OSCON, we wanted to look at the social media activity of the attendees on Twitter. Working with the Twitter Search API and searching for mentions of “OSCON”, we wanted… Read more →

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Watch Jim Webber at GraphConnect SF 2013

Dr. Jim Webber knows how to capture an audience’s attention. With a combination of memes, anecdotes and language unfit for a royal audience, Jim has enraptured audiences around the world with his presentations on Neo4j and graph databases.   In… Read more →

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Neo Sponsors: OSCON 2014

Neo4j is proud to sponsor OSCON 2014 in Portland, Oregon. Our team, along with our friends at GraphAlchemist, will be at the conference in full force to talk about the field of Graph Databases and meet up with our great… Read more →

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eBay to Present at GraphConnect 2014 SF

eBay’s recently launched service eBay Now has revolutionized same-day delivery service. Powered by Neo4j, this technology allows customers to receive their online purchases within 1-2 hours after placing an order. At this year’s GraphConnect conference, Volker Pacher, Senior Developer at… Read more →

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The Neo4j Driver Hackathon at GraphConnect San Francisco

Hi all, We are all still totally stoked after 2 days of intense development work at the inaugural Neo4j driver authors hackathon. Thank you all for joining us in San Francisco and the San Mateo Neo Technology office and sorry… Read more →

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Almost There: Neo4j 1.9-RC1!

Today is Leonhard Euler’s birthday, and we’re celebrating by announcing a first Release Candidate for Neo4j 1.9, now available for download! This release includes a number of incremental changes from the last Milestone (1.9-M05). This release candidate includes the last… Read more →

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Batchinsert, Auto-indexing and friend recommendation with Neo4j

This is a guest blog by Amit Gupta, following a discussion on a Neo4j discussion forum.Get introduced to your friend of friendsThere was this interesting problem that I had encountered, where I had to find (in a facebook like graph… Read more →

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Neo4j 1.9 M02 – Under the Hood

We have been working hard over the last weeks to tune and improve many aspects in the Neo4j internals, to deliver an even faster, more stable and less resource intensive graph database in this 1.9.M02 milestone release. Those efforts span… Read more →

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Zen Graph Visualizations – What can you do?

Zen Graph Visualizations As you probably know by now, we plan to run GraphConnect on Nov 6 2012 in San Francisco. For the event, the Neo4j community team devised some interesting hacking challenges.One challenge is recording an interaction-graph based on… Read more →

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REST::Neo4p – A Perl “OGM”

REST::Neo4p – A Perl “OGM” This is a guest post by Mark A. Jensen, a DC area bioinformatics scientist. Thanks a lot Mark for writing the impressive Neo4j Perl library and taking the time to documenting it thoroughly. You might… Read more →

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Using (Spring Data) Neo4j for the Hubway Data Challenge

Using (Spring Data) Neo4j for the Hubway Data Challenge Using Spring Data Neo4j it was incredibly easy to model and import the Hubway Challenge dataset into a Neo4j graph database, to make it available for advanced querying and visualization. The… Read more →

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Cypher Webinar Follow Up

Neo4j-[:LOVES]->CypherWebinar Follow-Up Thanks to everyone for attending the Cypher webinar, I was thrilled about the attendance and the great discussions in the chat. As promised we publish this follow-up post to address questions that were not answered and provide a… Read more →

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Neo4j “Track & Hack” RFID-Graph at JRubyConf.EU

I’m super excited that I was able to sponsor, attend, speak and “Track & Hack” at JRubyConf.EU. With the “Track & Hack” project, we wanted to create an open and live dataset of the presence and interaction of conference attendees.… Read more →

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Wanted: Your Help in Testing Neo4j JDBC Driver

Help us testing the Cypher-JDBC-Driver Update The results that our awesome community provided in testing the driver are available. As many of you know Rickard Öberg did a lab project last December developing a first prototype of a JDBC driver… Read more →

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Announcing Neo4j “Boden Bord” 1.5.M01 GA

Dear Graphistas, Summer is over, and the Neo4j community is starting to see the shape of Neo4j 1.5 coming up on our release train, which started its long way south through Sweden from the snowy 1.3 Abisko Lampa (lamp), via… Read more →

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Neo4j 1.4.1 “Kiruna Stol” GA

In the last few weeks since we announced Neo4j 1.4 GA, we’ve been busy working on improvements to the codebase for more predictability, better backup performance, and improved scripts for the server. Ordinarily we’d roll these improvements into a milestone,… Read more →

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Neo4j 1.4 M05 – “Kiruna Stol” Midsummer Celebration

Update: Possible corruption issue foundDuring testing for our forthcoming GA release, we discovered a possible corruption bug in this milestone. Although it’s fine to use to learn the new APIs, it’s not recommended for production use. If you really need… Read more →

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Announcing Neo4j 1.4 M03 “Kiruna Stol”

Today marks our third milestone in the Neo4j 1.4 releases. We’ve spent the time since our last release listening to the community and adding to our APIs to help make working with the database even easier and more productive. Under… Read more →

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Jim Webber: Scaling Neo4j with Cache Sharding and Neo4j HA

Jim Webber discusses solutions for availability, scalability and very large data sets in Neo4j in his new blog post: Scaling Neo4j with Cache Sharding and Neo4j HA. As always, the Neo4j community and team will be happy to hear you… Read more →

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Jim Webber: On Sharding Graph Databases

Jim Webber: On Sharding Graph Databases Jim Webber has been on the Neo4j team for a while now, working on making Neo4j even more awesome. Today he pushed out a blog post named On Sharding Graph Databases, to be followed… Read more →

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