Start next year with a whole new range of features and graph algorithms to gain insights that will make it a happy year indeed! Developed features include improved security, benchmark tests, projected graph visualization, better code suggestion support, C++ API, node classification and link prediction, to name just a few.
Summer has been a busy time for us. This rainy but extensive release of Memgraph brings you four significant features that are bound to make your life easier. As always, there are also bug fixes and smaller but nice improvements to avoid painful debugging moments as much as possible.
Memgraph 1.2 is here! One of the biggest changes in this release is the addition of Bolt v4 and v4.1 support. In this post, we will explore what exactly is the Bolt protocol, what it brings to the table, and how we implemented it into Memgraph.
Learn how by introducing a new storage engine, encoding and compressing properties on both nodes and edges, and leveraging skip lists as an indexing data structure, we were able to reduce memory usage by as much as 50% and improve throughput towards near-linear scalability.