Neo4j Enterprise Downloads

iGov Inc is now the only US Federal contractor providing Neo4j Enterprise binaries packaged with it's free Open Source license! As of November 2017, Neo4j Inc removed the free open source Neo4j Enterprise downloads from it's distribution site making iGov Inc the only place where you can down load it. See our blog post to learn more

If you are a federal agency and need a whitelisted download link, please email us at [email protected] and we will give you the appropriate AWS GovCloud links that should be whitelisted for most agencies.

NEW!! Newest 3.3.x Version: (Currently 3.3.1)

Neo4j Enterprise 3.3.1 [Unix/Linux/OSX Download] [Windows Download]

Newest 3.2.x Version: (Currently 3.2.8)

Neo4j Enterprise 3.2.8 [Unix/Linux/OSX Download] [Windows Download]

Newest 3.1.x Version (3.1.7)

Neo4j Enterprise 3.1.7 [Unix/Linux/OSX Download] [Windows Download]
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Neo4j open source FAQs

The Neo4j Enterprise binaries you can download are built 100% from the Neo4j source code and include the free open source license.

If you are a federal client and want to download the enterprise binary that has the FISMA framework modules bundled in which turn on intra-cluster encryption and provide other security controls, then please login to the support portal to find those download links or email [email protected].

We do not provide Neo4j Community Edition binaries simply because it makes no sense for federal agencies to use them when they have the ability to use Neo4j Enterprise for free under it's AGPLv3 open source license.

This download page is kept up to date with the current Neo4j versions for each branch. If you would like an older version of Neo4j Enterprise, simply email us and we will package it and make it available to the public.

Neo4j open source FAQs

Neo4j Enterprise Open Source Frequently Asked Questions

We've gathered together questions we receive from agencies and integrators regarding Neo4j Enterprise Open Source licenses. If you have a question for us, please email us at [email protected].

YES, Neo4j Enterprise is open source under the AGPLv3 open source license created by the Free software foundation. View License. This is the same license used by Mondgo DB and many other open source projects. As long as you follow the open source license terms you are free to use it in any environment, for any purpose you wish. These terms simply ensure custom derivatives of Neo4j Enterprise are also themselves open source. US government agencies are restricted from making closed source software in most situations and do not try to create their own derivative (version) of Neo4j. Instead they use Neo4j as a server in a much larger enterprise architecture stack. AGPLv3 is a no-brainer for US government use cases! It's that simple!

Neo4j Enterprise can be used for free under the Free Software Foundation's GNU AFFERO GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 3.

It is the same license used by many open source tools such as MongoDb. There are no hidden or limiting terms beyond the standard AGPL v3.0 license (AGPLv3). With Neo4j Enterprise under its free open source AGPLv3 license, You simply don't get production email and phone support from Neo4j Inc.. You can get a support contract through iGov Inc for a fraction of the cost to support your production deployment, and our team is the only one with Neo4j federal past performance at this point in time. Neo4j Inc. simply does not back us up if we can't solve a problem, something that has never happened in our history. If you have a mission critical system using Neo4j, contact us or request an additional support add-on from a Neo4j solution partner. Contact us to help you guide the commercial license's restrictive EULA before agreeing to any commercial package support offerings.

Neo4j Inc. does not make it easy to find and download Neo4j Enterprise without trying to bind you to a trial agreement which adds restrictive terms to anyone who downloads a trial. You can either compile Neo4j Enterprise yourself, or simply download the distribution version using the link below. These are the same versions you get with a commercial production support package, you just don't have to agree to any restrictive terms and can start using these in any environment you with, including production. We've also made a mirror on our Amazon Gov Cloud account in case Neo4j Inc. changes their distribution links in the future.

Download Neo4j Enterprise Here

No, they are exactly the same file wise. The license is an abstract concept not a physical one. Even the commercial version comes with the AGPLv3 open source license file included. If you don't have a commercial license, it defaults to the open source license! Simple!

You can get all the sourcecode for Neo4j Enterprise on GitHub at:

There simply are none that we've ever run into.

The AGPL license ensures that if you make a derivative of Neo4j that you must ensure that you release the code of the derivative back to the community. That's it! It does not require you to release the tools, other applications, that connect and use Neo4j.
If you are capable of creating your own derivative of Neo4j, then you may want to Neo4j Inc - they may be hiring!

Yes, of course you can. It's 100% free and open source. The standard AGPLv3 open source license simply ensures that Neo4j remains open source and that any custom derivatives of Neo4j should be shared with the community.
If you are ever told by a Neo4j sales person that you can not use Neo4j Enterprise open source license in production, simple email or call us along with the person's name and we will make sure Neo's corporate knows about the mistake.

No, Neo4j Enterprise is released only under the standard AGPLv3 open source license that is managed by the free software foundation. View the AGPLv3 License No one is allowed to modify the standard license and still call it the AGPLv3 license.

All source code for Neo4j Enterprise can be downloaded or forked on their official GitHub page.
Furthermore, you can download Neo4j Enterprise full open source packages from their official distribution page. You won't find them advertising it, so use our Neo4j download resource page to find the versions you want

Read the Neo4j Enterprise Trial license agreement they ask you to agree to before downloading and you will see the difference. It tries to bind you to restrictive commercial terms. There is no reason you would want to agree to restrictive terms for the Trial download , when you can use Neo4j Enterprise for any environment including Production under the simple AGPLv3 open source license. Instead of downloading a trial - download Neo4j Enterprise from our the Neo4j Inc. distribution site, or from our Amazon Gov Cloud mirror. Download Neo4j Enterprise Here

It's simple, iGov Inc is not bound under Neo4j Inc.'s partner restrictions because we are not a Neo4j Solution partner. Because of this we can offer solutions and support for Neo4j Enterprise using its open source license. Neo4j Solution Partners are not allowed to support or offer services for Neo4j Enterprise open source licenses, meaning we are the only company with referenceable US federal government past performance who can also support and develop with Neo4j open source licenses.

Neo4j Enterprise Commercial & Open Source Comparisons

There are no physical differences between Neo4j Enterprise commercial and AGPL open source licenses! Neo4j Enterprise open source licenses have no other limitations beyond the standard GNU AGPL open source license.
The Neo4j Enterprise commercial end user license agreement (EULA) actually adds restrictions preventing you from using Neo4j open source licenses in many circumstances!! Make sure to read it!
License Neo4j Enterprise open source license Neo4j Enterprise commercial license
Can use in any environment for any purpose? YES YES
Can I use this with any amount of cores without incurring additional costs? YES NO
Can I create custom derivative versions of Neo4j Enterprise? (Ex: My custom Neo4j Enterprise Edition) YES YES
Does NOT require you to open source your systems that simply use Neo4j Enterprise as a component in your system. YES for both
You do NOT have to open source your system that uses Neo4j Enterprise as a server as it is intended to be used. You only need to open source custom Neo4j Enterprise derivatives under the open source license and then only under certain distribution conditions.