[Neo4j] Mahout, and Migrating from JPA/Hibernate/MySQL to Neo4j?

Saikat Kanjilal sxk1969 at hotmail.com
Wed Oct 12 17:56:36 CEST 2011

Hi Deejay,I am working on something that does your point number 1 below, I was wondering what you mean by plugging in neo4j, we are buildign a mahout cluster that will run in async mode and will use solr to stream the results to the caller, solr in turn will also query neo4j to calculate paths based on a set of recommendation parameters.   Let me know if you want to talk off line on point number 1.

> Date: Wed, 12 Oct 2011 07:39:25 -0700
> From: deejay at indiecity.com
> To: user at lists.neo4j.org
> Subject: [Neo4j] Mahout, and Migrating from JPA/Hibernate/MySQL to Neo4j?
> Hi all,
> I've heard a lot of hype about Neo4j, including some presentations at Spring
> conferences.
> I've got a few questions I was hoping Neo4j vets might be able to help me
> with:
> 1. We're using Mahout as a recommendation system. Has anyone had any success
> plugging Neo4j into this?
> 2. How does Neo4j distribute in an elastic cloud environment? Our current
> solution is EHCache+Terracotta.
> Our main application is based on JPA, Hibernate, and MySQL. We're expecting
> high levels of load, and also need to be able to do many operations like the
> equivalent of "SELECT COUNT(id) FROM table WHERE score > 12345".
> I'm fed up of battling with the relational model and trying to map to it,
> and was wondering if Neo4j would allow me to just get on with POJOs and
> worry less about databases. Is this a fair usage scenario, or should I be
> looking to Neo4j for much more specific usages? 
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