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OrientDB

OrientDB

OrientDB is an open source document-graph database with the support of ACID Transactions, SQL and native queries, asynchronous commands, intents, and much more.

OrientDB can store 150,000 documents per second on common hardware. Even with a document-based database, the relationships are managed as in graph databases, with direct connections among records. Traverse entire or parts of trees and graphs of records in a few milliseconds. It supports schema-less, schema-full, and schema-mixed modes, has a strong security profiling system based on users and roles, and supports SQL between the query languages.

OrientDB adheres to the NoSQL movement even if supports a subset of SQL as query language. In this way it is easy to start using it without to learn too much new stuff.

 OrientDB 2.0.10

Price
Free to download

Size
26.2MB
License

Apache 2 license

Developer
Luca Garulli / Orient Technologies

Website
www.orienttechnologies.com

System Requirements
Java SE 6

Support:
Wiki, Forum, TutorialsGitHub, odino.org

Selected Reviews:
Alex Popescu

Features include:

  • Designed to be extremely fast
  • Extremely light on system resources with no dependencies and no libraries needed
  • Supports ACID transactions. On crash it recovers the pending documents
  • Native management of graphs. 100% compliant with TinkerPop Blueprints standard for GraphDBs
  • Supports SQL language with extensions to handle relationships without JOINs, manage trees and graphs of connected documents
  • Supports natively HTTP, RESTful protocol and JSON without use 3rd party libraries and components
  • Local mode: Direct access to the database bypassing the Server. Perfect for scenarios where the database is embedded
  • SQL: supports SQL language with extensions to handle relationships without SQL join, manage trees and graphs of connected documents
  • Web ready: supports natively HTTP, RESTful protocol and JSON without use 3rd party libraries and components
  • Supported types: String, byte, short, integer, long, float, double, boolean, date, datetime, binary, link, link list, link set, link map, embedded, embedded list, embedded set, and embedded map
  • Native support for the inheritance classes taken by the Object Orientation paradigm
  • Drivers to use OrientDB through different languages: Java, Javascript, PHP, Python, .NET, Ruby, Scala, C Language binding
  • Easy JAVA APIs
  • Embeddable
  • Runs on any platform

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