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The Cloud is a Petri Dish, New Data Culture is Growing

July 8, 2013 at 2:32 pm PDT | BlogGraph DatabasesNeo4j

James Governor talks about data and its constant development with the cloud RedMonk likes biological metaphors. Here is Stephen for example talking about Shadow IT and “good bacteria”. That said, those metaphors can go too...

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Wrap-up: neo4j meetup, Dresden, 2013-06-25

July 8, 2013 at 2:14 pm PDT | BlogGraph DatabasesNeo4j

A recent visit by [digital:meditation] to a Neo4j meetup tutorial I’ve been for quite a while into what they use to call “NoSQL databases” these days, even while we still heavily rely upon infrastructure which...

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Big Data Roundup

July 3, 2013 at 4:00 pm PDT | BlogGraph DatabasesNeo4j

Neo4j’s partnership is making graphs more important for analytics Various companies have recently been active making announcements in the big data space (aren’t they always). Some of them, such as MapR and RainStor I have...

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Finding Relationships in Trademark Data

July 1, 2013 at 9:32 am PDT | BlogGraph DatabasesNeo4j

Some Hacking with the data and Neo4j resulted in an intriguing dataset At the recent National Day of Civic hacking here at OSC we dug into a few ways to find relationships between Trademarks files...

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How Facebook matured its data structure and stepped into the graph world

June 25, 2013 at 10:35 am PDT | BlogNeo4j

Facebook shifts to a TAO data store Several years ago Facebook engineers realized they had a problem. The old way of storing and accessing users’ data was bogging down their infrastructure and their code. So...

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Explore the graph with Mule and Neo4j

June 24, 2013 at 12:17 pm PDT | BlogGraph DatabasesNeo4j

The new connector, presented in this blog, allows Mule users to leverage the incredibly rich API that Neo4j offers with convenient configuration elements. Mule has a very extensive support for NoSQL data stores, which covers...

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I MapReduced a Neo4j store

June 17, 2013 at 5:04 pm PDT | BlogGraph DatabasesNeo4jVideo

Creating and using a Neo4j Graph Model for specific use cases Lately I’ve been busy talking at conferences to tell people about our way to create large Neo4j databases. Large means some tens of millions of nodes...

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UCSC researchers using big data to predict cancer outcomes

June 17, 2013 at 12:31 pm PDT | BlogGraph Databases

UCSC uses Graph Databases to predict Cancer Stuart’s group will build a separate database, called the Biomedical Evidence Graph (BMEG), for storing and analyzing interpretive information derived from the raw sequence data stored in the...

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Recommendation Engines: RDBMS and SQL, Versus Graph Database

June 4, 2013 at 11:14 pm PDT | BlogCase StudyCustomer Use CasesFEATUREDGraph DatabasesMedia and GamingNeo4jRecommendation Engine

Rodger Lepinsky, Oracle guru, takes on query performance with Neo4j’s Cypher Query Language versus SQL For years, I’ve worked with Oracle, doing complex SQL. Recently I’ve been looking at the graph database, NEO4J. Last night...

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Gmail Meter: Hacked with Neo4j

May 8, 2013 at 8:23 am PDT | BlogCase StudyFEATUREDFraud DetectionGraph DatabasesNeo4j

Rik Van Bruggen, Regional Sales Director of Neo Technology and data-mining explorer, recently donated some of his time to transform Gmail Meter statistics into incredible social graphs. Enjoy. A bunch of different people have pointed...

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Information Security Defensives with Graph Database Approaches against Attack Paths

April 18, 2013 at 9:41 am PDT | BlogGraph DatabasesNeo4j

The Information Security Analytics shares how Graph Databases can manage an ‘entire defensive infosec posture’. I’m very excited to finally be able to talk about a technology that I’ve been working on for some time....

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Neo4j: A Developer’s Perspective

February 25, 2013 at 11:43 am PDT | BlogGraph DatabasesNeo4j

Open Software Integrators (OSI) provides a developer’s introduction to graph databases and using Neo4j. In the age of NoSQL databases, where a new database seems to pop up every week, it is not surprising that...

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Neo4j: Facebook GraphSearch for the Rest of Us

February 5, 2013 at 5:04 pm PDT | BlogNeo4j

Repost from blog of Jim Webber, Chief Scientist of Neo Technology. The recent big announcement from Facebook was a search platform that provides answers to contextual questions. They’ve called it “Facebook Graph Search” which is...

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Take a Ride on the Neo4j Rails! Mapping Shortest Routes Using a Graph Database

January 28, 2013 at 5:17 pm PDT | BlogCase StudyFEATUREDGeoNeo4j

Keyhole Software rewrites their “MapQuest for Trains” application – originally built Java with Oracle 9i – with Neo4j, a Graph Database. In 2007, a colleague and I used Java with Oracle 9i to implement Dijkstra’s...

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Design for Complexity: The Hidden Power of Networks

October 16, 2012 at 11:10 am PDT | Blog

World Economic Forum in Tianjin China, Cesar Hidalgo and Albert-Laszlo Barabasi discuss the positives and negatives of nodes and their relationships I recently moderated a fascinating session at the World Economic Forum ‘Summer Davos‘ in...

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Enterprise improvements in Neo4j graph database update

April 23, 2012 at 3:27 pm PDT | BlogGraph DatabasesNeo4j

With the release of the new version of Neo4j: 1.7, it introduces a number of improvements that is available for the GPL-licensed Community edition The Neo4j Team has released version 1.7 of its open source...

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Review: Databases built for social networks

February 18, 2010 at 3:57 pm PDT | BlogGraph DatabasesNeo4j

Neo4j, Cassandra, and FluidDB represent a breed of databases that swiftly search social networking data. What you should know about each of them Everyone loves social networks these days. Homeland security wants to track which...

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