Neo4j 3.2.0-alpha01 Release

Happy holidays! We’re pleased to give you a freshly packaged alpha release of Neo4j 3.2, namely Neo4j 3.2.0-alpha01, just in time for tinkering over the holiday weekend. Disclaimer: Early access releases like this one are for development and experimentation only… Learn More →

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Neo4j 2.2 Milestone Release

Better, Faster, and More Scalable Neo4j than ever before Neo4j 2.2 aims to be our fastest and most scalable release ever. With Neo4j 2.2 our engineering team introduces massive enhancements to the internal architecture resulting in higher performance and scalability.… Learn More →

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Summer Release – Neo4j 2.0 Milestone 4

Perfectly suited for your summer holiday exploration, we are proud to present the Neo4j 2.0 Milestone 4 release (2.0.0-M04).   In working towards a major 2.0 release with some outstanding new functionality, this milestone contains many beneficial and necessary changes,… Learn More →

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New Milestone Release Neo4j 2.0.0-M03

The latest M03 milestone release of Neo4j 2.0 is as you expected all about improvements to Cypher. This blog post also discusses some changes made in the last milestone (M02) which we didn’t fully cover.   MERGE Cypher now contains… Learn 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… Learn More →

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Neo4j 1.9.M05 released – wrapping up

Hi all,We are very proud to announce the next milestone of the Neo4j 1.9 release cycle. This time, we have been trying to introduce as few big changes as possible and instead concentrate on things that make the production environment… Learn More →

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Neo4j Milestone 1.9.M04 released

Today we’re happy to announce Neo4j 1.9.M04, the next milestone on our way to the Neo4j 1.9 release.For this milestone we have worked on further improvements in Cypher, resolving several issues and continued to improve performance.Something many users has asked for is Scala… Learn 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… Learn More →

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Neo4j 1.4 M01 – Announcing Kiruna Stol

It’s been a couple of weeks since the 1.3 GA release, and along with it the profound changes to the Neo4j product suite and licensing. We’ve been busy in the meantime listening to the great feedback, planning our way forward… Learn More →

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Neo4j 1.3 “Abisko Lampa” M05 – Preparing for arrival

Chris Gioran It’s that last mile, having traveled far but now closing in on our destination. Time to check around for all our belongings, stretch a bit, and make sure we look presentable. Milestone 5. Well, what have we got?A fresh… Learn More →

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Neo4j 1.3 “Abisko Lampa” M04 – Size really does matter

Note: The store format changed in this milestone to allow for large databases. This means that you manually need to run an upgrade before your old database works with Neo4j 1.3.M04 and later. Please see me after class for more… Learn More →

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Neo4j 1.3 “Abisko Lampa” M01 – HA growing up

Michael HungerWelcome to the first milestone release of the new 1.3 version of Neo4j. Release 1.3 is codenamed “Abisko Lampa” – the lamp of Abisko. Starting with this major release we’re using code names borrowed from the Swedish train stations… Learn More →

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Neo4j 1.2 Milestone 3 – Habit Forming

The first time is a promise. The second, a confirmation. But it’s not until the third time you follow through on cleaning your room that you can claim it as a habit.We’re feeling good about having a milestone release habit.… Learn More →

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