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The Latest Developments in Neo4j

by Abel Avram on  May 31, 2013

Neo4j has announced Neo4j 1.9 GA and Neo4j 2.0 M03. A new project called Neo4j Mobile for Android intends to bring a graph database to smartphones and tablets.

Trends in the latest Technology Radar

by Aslan Brooke on  Jan 18, 2013 8

ThoughtWorks's latest "Technology Radar" focuses on mobile, accessible analytics, simple architectures, reproducible environments, and data persistence done right.

With Johnson Leaving VMware, What are the Priorities for the Spring Framework?

by Charles Humble on  Jul 10, 2012 3

Rod Johnson, the original creator of the Spring Framework, has announced that he will be leaving SpringSource and VMware to "pursue other interests". We spoke to him to find out more about his plans, and co-founder of the Spring Framework Project, Juergen Hoeller, to discuss VMware's priorities for Spring going forward.

PostgreSQL and Neo4J Are Making Their Way into the Cloud

by Abel Avram on  Feb 01, 2012 2

PostgreSQL and Neo4J, a relational and a graph database respectively, are among the latest data stores taking the route to the cloud.

MongoGraph Brings Semantic Web Features to MongoDB Developers

by Srini Penchikala on  Dec 03, 2011

MongoGraph from AllegroGraph brings semantic web features to MongoDB developers. They implemented a MongoDB interface to AllegroGraph database to give Javascript programmers both joins and the semantic web capabilities. InfoQ spoke with AllegoGraph CEO Jans Aasman about this new approach and how it helps the NoSQL developers.

Graph Database Neo4j Updates Licensing and Enhances Usability

by Jai Hirsch on  Apr 28, 2011 7

Neo Technology has released version 1.3 GA (General Availability) of Neo4j. This release updates Neo4j's licensing and adds a number of features. The Community edition is now licensed under GPLv3, the same license as MySQL.

Trinity: Microsoft Research’s Hypergraph Database

by Jonathan Allen on  Apr 10, 2011

MS Research has begun working on its own graph database, Trinity. Graph databases store data in terms of nodes and edges instead of rows and columns, making them quite effective for loosely and arbitrarily connected data. Hypergraphs extend this by allowing one edge to connect multiple nodes. Potentially uses for this included social networks, movie recommendations, and related product searches.

JasperSoft 4 Released with Big Data Support

by Ron Bodkin on  Jan 28, 2011

JasperSoft announces reporting support for Hadoop and leading NoSQL databases.

A Case for Graph Databases

by Jonathan Allen on  Sep 15, 2010 5

We talk with Daniel Kirstenpfad, founder and CTO of sones GmbH, about Graph Databases and how they can better model some types of data such as relations in a social networking application. A graph database can offer performance benefits over other types of databases because they explicitly represent a graph and are organized to have index free adjacency.

Neo4j: Java-based NoSQL Graph Database

by Michael Hunger on  Feb 25, 2010 2

After several years of development, the developers from NeoTechnology have released version 1.0 of Neo4j, a Java-based graph database which follows the property graph datamodel. InfoQ spoke with NeoTechnology COO Peter Neubauer to learn more about the current Neo4j release and what it offers to developers.

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