Igor Borojevic, Director of Product Management, Neo4j and William Lyon, Developer Relations Engineer, Neo4j:Neo4j 3.1, now in public beta, introduces many new exciting features. It improves upon existing security features to provide enterprise class user management, including role based authentication and AD/LDAP integration. The release introduces a new clustering architecture called Causal Clustering that enables very large clusters of Neo4j to be deployed across data centers while maintaining the data integrity that is is critical for the property graph model. Other highlights include database kernel and operations advances, user defined functions, a new Cypher command line interface, and Neo4j Browser improvements.
In this webinar we will cover these new features in detail, including a live demo where we will show how to deploy a Neo4j 3.1 cluster and manage users using the new security features.