What’s New in Neo4j Database 3.5
- Full-text indexing and search allows you to quickly navigate your graph using searches for text in labels, relationship types and property values
- A new Bolt driver officially supports the Go programming language
- The new Seabolt framework allows authors to create Bolt drivers for new languages based upon C
- Expanded native indexing speeds up data insertion up to 5x for all data types (including spatial, temporal and Boolean values)
- Heavy write loads are easier to manage with a new off-heap transaction memory subsystem
- Dramatic performance improvements to the sorting of result sets with index-backed
ORDER BYqueries in Cypher
- 100% of intra-cluster traffic is now encrypted for multi-data center cloud applications
- The database is more secure from brute-force attacks with new authentication settings
- A X.509 standard Common Name certificate enables stronger verification for cloud deployments where IP addresses and hostnames frequently change
Introducing Neo4j Bloom
The Neo4j Graph Platform is growing: Data discovery and visualization are easier than ever with the addition of Neo4j Bloom, and with Neo4j 3.4, the core graph database now supports Multi-Clustering, new data types and stronger admin tooling.
The Neo4j Graph Platform
What’s New in Neo4j Bloom
Neo4j Bloom helps traditional Neo4j users communicate with their non-technical peers and executives in a simple manner. Bloom reveals and explains the concepts of data connectedness for people who may not naturally think that way.
Neo4j Bloom gives users the ability to:
- Inspect the animated graph by panning and zooming across the visible domain
- Snapshot scenes using a screen capture tool and paste to publish
- Select a node and toggle to understand properties and adjacent nodes based on its relationships
- Edit nodes, relationships and properties
- Pick a template and view the metadata perspective of that template against their data
- Initiate queries within the search box based on suggestions and template phrases
Prerequisites: Neo4j Bloom requires access to a running instance of Neo4j Enterprise Edition (local or networked) as well as a Bloom license attached to that server instance.