Neo4j Graph Platform


ETL-Tool Questions around ETL with Neo4j Neo4j Bloom Neo4j Bloom is a graph visualization environment. Installation Neo4j can be run on any number of platforms (Windows, Linux, OSX), from cloud environments, on-premise servers, laptops, even raspberry-pi. It supports container environments like Docker and orchestration tools like Kubenetes and Mesos. Browser The Neo4j Browser is a developer tool to write and execute Cypher queries. It helps with profiling, testing and visualization. Neo4j Browser is a React application that uses the Neo4j Javascript driver and comes out of the box with every Neo4j installation, e.g. Desktop, Cloud, Sandbox. Procedures & APOC You can use user-defined procedures and functions to extend Neo4j Graph Algorithms We've built a dedicated graph algorithm library for Neo4j that you can install via Neo4j Desktop for clustering, path-finding and centrality analytics. It is well documented and there is also a dedicated O'Reilly book. Aura & Cloud Neo4j Aura is the simplest way to run Neo4j in the cloud. Completely automated and fully-managed, Neo4j Aura delivers the world’s most flexible, reliable and developer-friendly graph database as a service. With Neo4j Aura, you leave the day-to-day management of your database to the same engineers who built Neo4j, freeing you to focus on building rich graph-powered applications. Cluster Scalable and highly available Neo4j production installation run in causal clusters. Those guarantee fail-over and load balancing using smart clients. Consistency is guaranteed with the RAFT protocol and by using bookmarks and write quorums. Cypher Questions around Cypher Syntax, Performance, Optimization and openCypher and GQL (Graph Query Language) Desktop Neo4j Desktop is the Electron based UI for Neo4j that allows you to create and manage databases, install plugins like APOC, Graph Algorithms and GraphQL and install and run Graph Apps like Neo4j Bloom, Neo4j-ETLs and others going forward: Modeling Coming from other database backgrounds, data modeling in a graph differs and it pays off to learn about it. Server Questions around Neo4j Server. Esp. the Bolt and HTTP endpoints, configuration issues that don't fit into #neo4j-graph-platform:operations Visualization Graph Models of connected data lend themselves very well to visualization to gain new insights. Using tools like Neo4j Bloom, Neo4j Browser or dedicated libraries (open-source and commercial) you can get a lot of information out of these. Graph Apps Please share your experiences or questions with Graph Apps for Neo4j Desktop here. Import / Export Importing data into your graph is one of your first activities. Make sure to think about your graph model first before you dive into the import and check out the resources below: GQL & openCypher Information and updates on the openCypher and GQL (Graph Query Language) efforts. Operations Operating Neo4j in production has many aspects, from security, monitoring, optimization. Topics like #neo4j-graph-platform:cluster and #neo4j-graph-platform:installation are covered separately.
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