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… Learn More →

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An Introduction to Cypher for the SQL Developer

Traditionally, if you wanted to query a dataset the only option was to learn SQL and query your relational database or data warehouse. But over the last 5-10 years we’ve seen the emergence of NoSQL databases which have brought with… Learn More →

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A Community for Developers: Building devRant with Neo4j [Community Post]

[As community content, this post reflects the views and opinions of the particular author and does not necessarily reflect the official stance of Neo4j.] As a software engineer, I’ve always enjoyed discussing technology with like-minded devs who could offer alternate… Learn 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… Learn More →

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eBay’s Competitive Advantage in Same-Day Delivery Using Neo4j

From toys and ties, to slippers and iPhones, eBay is a major e-commerce hub. But with other online retailers offering same-day delivery (such as Amazon Prime or Google Express), eBay knew it needed to step up its game with a… Learn More →

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Multi-Level Marketing in World of Warcraft using Neo4j

[As community content, this post reflects the views and opinions of the particular author and does not necessarily reflect the official stance of Neo4j. This post was originally published on Kevin Van Gundy’s blog.] Compensation planning and calculations in complex… Learn More →

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The Database Model Showdown: An RDBMS vs. Graph Comparison

The recent proliferation of database technologies is a testament to the fact that relational databases are not the right tool for every job. Of course, they have their uses: Tabular data with a consistent structure and fixed schema is a… Learn More →

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Data Migration between MySQL and Neo4j

Many organizations that are looking at modeling highly connected data to add business intelligence or analytical capabilities using Neo4j already have a database in place. Introducing a graph database into the mix does not have to be a disruptive process.… Learn More →

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