Neo4j Overview

What is Neo4j?

Neo4j is a highly scalable, native graph database purpose-built to leverage not only data but also its relationships.

Neo4j's native graph storage and processing engine deliver constant, real-time performance, helping enterprises build intelligent applications to meet today’s evolving data challenges.

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Neo4j Customers

Walmart, Telenor, Wazoku, Adidas, Cerved, GameSys, eBay, Schleich, ICIJ, die Bayerisch, Megree, InfoJobs, LinkedIn

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Richard Turner
Director of Analytics, Global at Ernst & Young
Vendor
Creates the ability to visualize outputs. There are concerns about performance and product scalability.

What is our primary use case?

Relationship management: Understanding which clients can buy which products, building eligibility and propensity criteria.

How has it helped my organization?

It enables circumstances which would have been a complex problem to be simplified.  It creates a visualization for people to understand and have engagement.

What is most valuable?

Ability to visualize outputs. Enables people to understand what the business problem is and how the technology helps.

What needs improvement?

There are concerns about performance and whether the tool can necessarily scale to provide the solution.

For how long have I used the solution?

One to three years.
ITCS user
Principal Software Engineer at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
Consultant
The Cypher query language is declarative, expressive and easy to learn the basics.

What other advice do I have?

Strongly consider graph solutions if you have a high ratio of relationships to data points, or if you need to run optimized queries against enormous datasets. Because you can build your own indexing trees, you can really hand-optimize if necessary. There are also out-of-the-box solutions like GraphAware's TimeTree extension that can really limit the number of objects that have to be consulted during a query.
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