by Angela Guess
A new press release reports, “Neo Technology, creator of Neo4j, the world’s leading graph database, today announced the release of Neo4j 3.2, a major product release that introduces new enterprise scaling, governance and security capabilities and improves native graph performance, which make it easier to deploy Neo4j at a global scale. Neo4j 3.2 adds multi-data center capabilities enabling customers to build the next generation of global internet scale applications. Also new to Neo4j are governance and security features ranging from new schema constraints to Kerberos support to advanced query monitoring. It also improves performance across the entire native graph stack with features and optimizations ranging from new forms of indexing to a compiled runtime for Cypher to a snappier ground-up rewrite of the popular Neo4j Browser developer tool. These advancements make Neo4j all the more powerful for the next generation of global enterprise graph applications.”
Neo Technology’s Vice President of Products, Philip Rathle, commented, “Our large customers are using graph technology as the launchpad for building incredible, global applications… And they are winning awards like the Pulitzer Prize. With Neo4j 3.2, we wanted to demonstrate our commitment to their inspiration by transforming the Causal Clustering architecture we introduced last year into a globally scalable architecture. Not only did we succeed there, but we also made the native stack faster for the community and more refined for corporate IT.”
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