A Path to the Graph: Data Integration That Begins without Writing Any Code

Most people understand the problem in any large organization today is that the data is in silos. Data is disconnected, and as a result, a report from any one source is incomplete and not necessarily actionable to the extent it… Read more →

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Neo4j JDBC Driver 3.0.3 & 3.1.0 Released

[As community content, this post reflects the views and opinions of the particular author and does not necessarily reflect the official stance of Neo4j.] Click here to skip straight to the JDBC driver announcement. During his opening keynote address, Emil… Read more →

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The Engineering Evolution of Neo4j into a Native Graph Database

Hi everyone. My name is Dr. Jim Webber. I’m Neo4j’s chief scientist, and I’d like to take a few minutes to talk to you about Neo4j’s evolution from an engineering point of view. Our Origin Story: Overcoming Complicated SQL Queries… Read more →

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The 5-Minute Interview: Megan Kvamme, CEO at FactGem

For this week’s 5-Minute Interview, I spoke with Megan Kvamme, CEO at FactGem. Megan and I caught up at GraphConnect San Francisco last October. Here’s what we discussed: How does FactGem use Neo4j? Megan Kvamme: We built FactGem on top… Read more →

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From the Neo4j Community: August 2016

The Neo4j community has been busy this summer with a number of great projects, code libraries and a host of great articles on how graphs are everywhere – including everything from the Rio Summer Olympics to examining ISIS support and… Read more →

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My Time as a Neo4j Intern: Thoughts on an Authentic Culture

Last semester, my professor told us to “pick an internship based on its quality and what you’ll learn, not on your assumed career path.” That seemed like great advice for me, especially since I hadn’t yet decided on which field… 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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The 5-Minute Interview: Jesus Llevadias Jane, Co-Founder of Graph Everywhere

For this week’s 5-Minute Interview, I spoke with Jesus Llevadias Jane, Co-Founder of Graph Everywhere. I sat down with Jesus at GraphConnect Europe. Here’s what we talked about: Why did you decide to build a company around graph databases? Jesus… Read more →

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From Good to Graph: Choosing the Right Database

Editor’s Note: Last October at GraphConnect San Francisco, Clark Richey – Chief Technology Officer at FactGem – delivered this presentation on his database decision path toward Neo4j. For more videos from GraphConnect SF and GraphConnect Europe, check out graphconnect.com.. I’m… Read more →

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A Graph-Specialized ETL: Taking Citizens into a Graph and Keeping It Up to Date

In this post I want to talk about the challenges we faced during our graph journey and how we overcame them. The outline of this post is as follows. Why do we need ETL and sync from SQL to a… Read 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… Read more →

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Everything You Need to Know for Graph Data Modeling Success

It’s the new year, and you’ve just started your next app or side project. After spending some time thinking through your use cases and end user experience, you recognize how important data storage will be. Several concerns come to mind.… Read more →

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From Idea to App Store: The Neo4j Story of Traverse Mobile [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.] Where We Got the Idea for Traverse Our co-founder was inspired to build Traverse Mobile while… Read more →

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Announcing the First-Ever Neo4j Certification for Professionals

With the strong growth of deployments of Neo4j by enterprise customers and users in all industries, we’ve been asked time and again to provide a certification mechanism that allows Neo4j experts to prove their expertise. In today’s job market, NoSQL… Read more →

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CyGraph: Cybersecurity Situational Awareness That’s More Scalable, Flexible & Comprehensive

Preventing and reacting to attacks in cyberspace involves a complex and rapidly changing milieu of factors, requiring a flexible architecture for advanced analytics, queries and graph visualization. Information Overload in Security Analytics Cyber warfare is conducted in complex environments, with… Read more →

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From Good to Graph: Choosing the Right Database [GraphConnect Preview]

For many of us, it feels like software development has well and thoroughly moved into the NoSQL database era. However, recent studies suggest that adoption is still as low as 20%. Personally, I joined the NoSQL movement in 2008 when… Read more →

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Integration Testing with Neo4j using C# [Community Post]

Unlike prototypical unit testing which is designed to focus on small units of isolated code, integration testing is a type of testing which is typically designed to test interactions between two or more interconnected parts of a software system. A… Read more →

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Graph Databases for Beginners: Other Graph Data Technologies

Whether you’re new to the world of graph databases or an old pro, it’s easy to assume there’s only a few types of graph database technologies. In reality, it’s one of the most diverse sectors of the NoSQL ecosystem. In… Read more →

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Graph Databases for Beginners: A Tour of Aggregate Stores

The world of NoSQL databases is far from uniform. Unlike relational databases (RDBMS) which are fairly uniform, the ecosystem of NoSQL technologies brims with diversity. In order to understand the trade-offs of each NoSQL database, it’s essential that we tour… Read more →

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Graph Databases for Beginners: ACID vs. BASE Explained

When it comes to NoSQL databases, data consistency models can sometimes be strikingly different than those used by relational databases (as well as quite different from other NoSQL stores). The two most common consistency models are known by the acronyms… Read more →

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Graph Databases for Beginners: Why We Need NoSQL Databases

As the problems with SQL-based relational databases have become all to clear, there’s been a meteoric rise in the popularity of a new family of data storage technologies known as NoSQL. NoSQL is a cheeky acronym for Not Only SQL… Read more →

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Case Study: How KinCards Used Neo4j to Revolutionize Business Cards

Business cards: We forget them, lose them or run out of them – usually when we need them most. Just think how many times you’ve said, “I’m sorry. I don’t have my business cards with me,” or “I just ran… Read more →

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Webinar Follow Up: How to Get Started with Neo4j

Hey everyone, We held our How to Get Started with Neo4j webinar last week, and received lots of great questions from our participants. Here are the questions captured in the Q & A section. If you don’t see your question… Read more →

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Neo4j at the 1st London NOSQL Exchange!

Last week saw the first London NOSQL Exchange organised by Skillsmatter and Neo Technology. And what a success it was, with around 100 attendees and excellent talks throughout the day leading to excellent local beers throughout the evening (and the… Read more →

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