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Neo4j in Action by Aleksa Vukotic and Nicki Watt with Tareq Abedrabbo, Dominic Fox, and Jonas Partner

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Chapter 10. Neo4j: embedded versus server mode

This chapter covers

  • The two main usage modes: embedded and server
  • How to weigh the pros and cons of each mode
  • Getting the most out of your server with Cypher, plugins, extensions, and streaming

Now that you have a good understanding of the approaches and practical techniques required to design and model your world in the Neo4j graph database, it’s time to look at the two main ways you can run Neo4j, namely in embedded or server mode. Before embarking on any serious Neo4j project, one of the first things you’ll need to do is make a decision about which mode you ultimately want to run in production. This choice will influence, among other things, what languages and architectural landscapes your ...

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