If you’re familiar with Neo4j most likely you’re aware that Neo4j delivers an offical docker image. This short post shows a script allowing you to bundle a Neo4j docker container with the latest version of Bloom – a graph visualization product from Neo4j. Additionally it bundles also the matching version of the APOC library to […]
Last week I had a business trip to Wolfsburg and took the opportunity to take a few shots at the “Volkswagen Autostadt”. Unfortuantely there was construction work going on, so I managed only a few reasonable photos.
Most of Munich airport is a rather pleasant experience: compared to lots of others it’s a modern and efficient airport. Aside from typical long waiting time at the baggage claims there’s one major pita (pain in the ass): the so called “Terminal 1F”. Let me describe it. About Terminal 1F Terminal 1F is used solely […]
This year’s christmas holiday project was to install a “personal archive” tool. My choice is a tool called paperless. This post describes how I deployed to my existing FreeNAS box in order to help others with similar setups and have a documentation on the setup for myself.
There are cases when you want to access your Neo4j instance remotely and you live in an environment where direct access is not possible. This might be caused by technical or organizational restrictions. One generic solution to this kind of problems is using a VPN. Another alternative to be discussed in this blog post is […]
Neo4j 3.2.0 was released last week at GraphConnect Europe. Among lots of cool new features, unfortunately it has one new “feature” making life of APOC users little bit harder, esp. if you run Neo4j from docker. Background Since 3.0 you can enrich Cypher with your own stored procedures. Those are written in Java (or any other […]
Recently Deutsche Bahn started wifi for everyone travelling with a ICE. So far I had trips where it just worked great, on other trips I could not even connect – not on mobile phone nor on my laptop. Today it was different We have great signal strength, wifi on my phone works like a charm. […]
This autumn I’ve attended couple of conferences. It’s always interesting to learn about new tools popping up. One that took my attention is Apache Zeppelin. Zeppelin is a notebook style application focussing on data analytics. I’ll show in this article how Zeppelin can be used to access data residing in your favourite graph database Neo4j.
Neo4j Enterprise edition ships with a feature to take consistent backups while the database is up and running. Using config option dbms.backup.address you can expose the port to the outside. However that port should not be exposed to public networks for two reasons. First the backup is transferred unencrypted and second no authentication is used. […]
This blog post quickly introduces one of my side projects called neo4j-csv-firehose. The goal is to enrich Cypher’s great LOAD CSV command by adding support for non-csv datasources. For now there’s the capability to use jdbc datasources. In future other sources might be added – think of json, xml, … It features three deployment modes: […]