The Future of Graph Databases Is Here: Introducing Neo4j 4.0

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According to a new press release, “Neo4j, the leader in graph technology, announced today the general availability of Neo4j 4.0, the most significant product release in the graph technology market to date. The 4.0 release of the Neo4j graph database addresses the broad and complex challenges of application development in the decade to come, including unlimited scalability, intelligent data context and robust enterprise-grade security. Enterprise organizations are already using Neo4j 4.0 to build intelligent applications that leverage the increasingly dynamic, interconnected nature of data.”

The release goes on, “Emil Eifrem, CEO and Co-Founder of Neo4j, explained how businesses innovate using Neo4j 4.0 without having to negotiate trade-offs between performance, flexibility and maintenance. ‘I believe Neo4j 4.0 will set the pace for all graph database technology in the next decade and beyond,’ Eifrem said. ‘With Neo4j 4.0, we made a massive, audacious engineering investment to raise the bar on the scale, performance and security that can be expected from a graph database – and from databases in general. Our customers challenge us with new use cases for graph technology which require unlimited scale, as well as development and deployment flexibility, all while maintaining security and privacy. These are hard problems to address, but Neo4j 4.0 is already delivering on this promise’.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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