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Announcing Neo4j Ops Manager 1.3 release
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Hello all,
We are pleased to announce the release of Neo4j Ops Manager version 1.3!
This version is available to download for Enterprise Edition self-managed customers from the download page.
New and improved in this release are:-
Query Log analyzer
  • Show query log details for the previous 24 hours
  • Show hourly aggregated query log data for the previous 7 days
  • Show daily aggregated query log data for the previous 30 days
  • Filtering and sort capabilities
  • Ability to customise which columns are shown and order of columns
Metrics optimisation
  • Reduced the amount of storage required in Neo4j Ops Manager persistence database for the storage of metrics measurements by up to 50%
Topology maintenance
Provided capability within the UI to
  • Edit agents
  • Remove agents that either never connected or connected more than ‘safe period’ ago
  • Remove instances that have been offline for more than ‘safe period’
  • Remove DBMSs that have no instances that have been online within ‘safe period’
  • Remove Database Instances that were dropped more than ‘safe period’ ago
  • Rename DBMS from within the topology diagram
5.x to 5.y guided upgrade
  • Added ability to create plans to upgrade from an earlier version of Neo4j 5 to a later version of Neo4j 5
Helm chart
Containing resource definitions for deployment of a Neo4j Ops Manager server on Kubernetes with a Neo4j single instance for NOM persistence
We hope you enjoy our latest release, and look forward to hearing your feedback.
Team Ops-Manager.
Bloom/Explore 2.5.1 now available in Aura!
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AuraDB Professional
AuraDB Free
Bloom.neo4j.io
Browser.neo4j.io
Welcome to Bloom 2.5! In this release we've introduced some new features to help analysts explore the graph:
  • Scene Actions can now be ordered so they appear in the context menu in the way that makes sense for your use case
Scene Action
  • On a blank part of the canvas, the context menu now has an option to dismiss single nodes from the scene
  • The context menu, when opened from a node, now allows you to 'Select related nodes' which will expand your selection to all nodes and relationships connected to the node you start with
Select Related Nodes
As always, we'd love to hear your feedback on the latest changes.
Thanks
Aura Product Team
AuraDB Enterprise Early Access Program Now Available on Microsoft Azure!
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AuraDB Enterprise
At
NODES 2022
we announced that our AuraDB Enterprise early access program is now available on Microsoft Azure!
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Available with
Azure Private Link
and Single-sign on with
Azure Active Directory
from launch, AuraDB Enterprise can fully support your Azure cloud initiatives and underpin your multi-cloud strategy.
If you (or anther department within your organisation) are interested in running a Proof of Concept on AuraDBE for any of your Azure cloud use cases, please get in touch with your Customer Success Manager today for more information. Alternatively you can contact our dedicated sales team directly: cloud-sales@neo4j.com.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Thanks
The Aura Product Team
Neo4j GraphQL Toolbox
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GraphQL
Hi there! Cool new stuff we added here, right?
Going forward we will publish relevant information, such as changelogs or updates, here on this page. On this same web page, you can also provide us with feedback regarding the Neo4j GraphQL Toolbox.
See you here and stay tuned!
Your Team GraphQL
Data Importer - latest updates
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AuraDB Professional
AuraDB Free
Data Importer
Import
You'll see a number of small updates land today that make Data Importer easier to use:
  • Cleaner rendering of the Graph Model and drag-out relationship creation
  • Constraints created by Data Importer to perform loads are now prefixed
    imp_uniq_
    so you can easily identify them
  • When you only have one file in your files panel, we'll assume that's the one you want to map and automatically select it in the node mapping panel to save you time
  • When running in Workspace, Data Importer now gives you the option to
    Start Exploring
    in the Explore tab rather than Query after an import completes. Standalone Data Importer continues to provide a link to Query in Browser
  • Cypher statements shown in the Load Summary now have syntax highlighting
Keep your feedback coming on feedback.neo4j.com/data-importer.
AuraDB Free runs Neo4j 5
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AuraDB Free
A quick update,
Ensuring our developers always have access to the latest version of Neo4j is critical for our team so all newly created AuraDB Free instances are Neo4j 5.
We published a post with more details a few days ago, on the improvements 5 brings.
If you have an AuraDB Free instance created before Monday the 24th October, delete it and create another to get a Neo4j 5 version AuraDB Free instance.
Happy development!
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Aura Product Management
Neo4j 5 now available in Aura!
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AuraDB Enterprise
AuraDB Professional
AuraDB Free
AuraDS Self-Start
AuraDS Enterprise
Hello Everyone,
We are excited to let you know that Neo4j 5 is now available in the Aura platform. When creating a new Aura graph instance, you’ll now be able to take advantage of the new improvements in version 5, which include (but are not limited to) the following:
  • Faster K-Hop Queries: a new Cypher runtime operator provides a newer pruning approach, resulting in orders-of-magnitude performance improvement
  • Enhanced/New Indexes: Enhanced FULLTEXT and new RANGE and POINT indexes enable more granular and flexible query entry points
  • Graph Pattern Matching: Label expressions in MATCH clauses, nodes and relationships can be filtered using more sophisticated boolean expressions
For a full list of features, please see our Knowledge Base article where you'll be able to find more details!
Thanks
Aura Product Management
Neo4j Ops Manager 1.2 release
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Hello all,
We are pleased to announce the release of Neo4j Ops Manager version 1.2!
This version is available to download for Enterprise Edition self-managed customers from the download page.
New and improved in this release are:-
Upgrade manager
  • Ability to view guided walkthrough plans for upgrades and migrations for a selected DBMS
  • Ability to specify parameters for upgrade plan (backup directory, new Neo4j home etc.)
  • Ability to view and copy code snippets for performing upgrade tasks
  • Ability to view relevant documentation for an update step
  • Ability to track and save progress in plan
Neo4j 5 compatibility
  • This release includes support for the newly released Neo4j 5
UI improvements
  • Colours for metrics charts are now chosen from a fixed palette to improve distinguishability
  • Information provided for all metrics
  • Aliases for databases displayed in Status table view
We hope you enjoy our latest release, and look forward to hearing your feedback.
Team Ops-Manager.
Data Importer - now with DateTime datatype support
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AuraDB Professional
AuraDB Free
Data Importer
This release of Data Importer brings support for the DateTime datatype. You can now update your existing model configuration to use the DateTime datatype or if you're creating new properties from file columns, we will attempt to autodetect them for you.
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The DateTime support is designed to require minimal user input, so there's no need to specify a date format. Behind the scenes we achieve this by using JavaScript's lenient date parsing which takes a best guess at how to parse the string. You should be aware of the limitations of lenient date parsing, where ambiguous (eg US vs GB day/month ordering) or specific date formats having the potential to lead to unexpected results. If you want to be 100% confident your DateTimes will be handled correctly in Data Importer, you can guarantee this by ensuring your date is in ISO 8601 format
YYYY-MM-DDTHH:mm:ss.sssZ
or one of its variants:
  • 2011-10-10
    (date-only)
  • 2011-10-10T14:48:00
    (date-time)
  • 2011-10-10T14:48:00.000+09:00
    (date-time with milliseconds & timezone)
As always, we look forward to hearing feedback, so please head on over to our feedback board and leave us a post with any comments.
Neo4j Workspace - Open Beta
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AuraDB Professional
AuraDB Free
Neo4j Workspace is a new unified experience that brings together our most powerful graph tools (Data Importer, Bloom, and Browser) all in one place to help you get up and running with graph databases faster.
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Workspace is due to launch later this year, but as an Aura user you can get early access to Workspace now (
please log out of Aura Console first
). You can also watch this short video to see how it works.
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When you click the above link, you will notice individual app buttons in Console are now replaced with a single Open Workspace button.
Notes on Workspace
  • At this time Workspace is intended to be Aura only, but we are actively looking at a wider implementation.
  • Not all features of Browser and Bloom are currently available.
  • The individual apps remain available.
  • A learning experience for new users will accompany Workspace’s launch.
  • We would love to hear your feedback on Workspace.
Enabling and disabling Workspace access
To manually enable access, log out of your Aura account and then copy/paste this URL: .
To remove access, repeat the above step but change the URL parameter for Workspace to
false
.
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