Neo4j 2.1.6 / 2.2 Milestone 1

A sophisticated graph engine with all the features of a stable and potent database, falling into the boundaries of a classic NoSQL DB
Compared to classic relational databases (PostgreSQL, MySQL), Neo4j provides a performance boost regarding both resource usage and query speed.

This is mainly due to its simpler structure, Neo4j using simple graph trees to store data and relations between it, instead of clunky and sometimes fixed relational table.

Neo4j is the most popular graph database in use today. Other Neo4j alternatives include ArangoDB, Titan or OrientDB.

Neo4j is offered in 3 versions, all open sourced, but with different licensing.

All versions are offered within one downloadable archive, just make sure to choose the proper one according to your application's licensing model.

All three versions can also be used as a stand-alone graph database server, or as an embeddable component for your applications.

Main features:

  • Highly scalable
  • Supports ACID transactions
  • High-availability clustering
  • Web-based administration tool
  • Full transaction support
  • Visual node-link graph explorer
  • Built-in REST Web API

last updated on:
December 4th, 2014, 13:21 GMT
price:
FREE!
homepage:
neo4j.org
license type:

Other Free / Open Source License: Enterprise License (AGPL)

Other Free / Open Source License: Advanced License (AGPL)

GPL: Community License (GPL)

developed by:
Neo4j Development Team
operating system(s):
Windows / Linux / Mac OS
category:
C: \ Database Tools
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What's New in version 2.1.1
  • Neo4j Enterprise Edition includes an updated lock manager, improving concurrency across the database and allowing Neo4j to take full advantage of larger systems with 6 or more CPU cores
  • Numerous performance and stability fixes across all areas of Neo4j.
  • Support for rolling upgrade of Neo4j Enterprise clusters, from Neo4j 2.0.1 or later.
  • Official support for OpenJDK 7, adding to the ongoing support for Oracle Java 7.
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