25 July 2016

Spatial Module in OrientDB 2.2

25 July 2016,

London, July 25, 2016 In versions prior to 2.2, OrientDB had minimal support for storing and retrieving GeoSpatial data. The support was limited to […]

8 July 2016

Using the Spark Connector for OrientDB

8 July 2016,

This post is outdated, please refer to the Spark page.     London, July 8, 2016 By Andrea Iacono The Spark connector for OrientDB has been […]

6 July 2016

Configuring your OrientDB Teleporter Migration (Part 2)

6 July 2016,

London, July 6, 2016 In the previous blog post we analyzed the reasons that may lead us to configure a migration performed through OrientDB […]

22 June 2016

Configuring your OrientDB Teleporter Migration (Part 1)

22 June 2016,

London, June 22, 2016 The latest version of OrientDB Teleporter makes it possible to define the configuration necessary in order to manage and customize […]

15 June 2016

Pattern matching with OrientDB

15 June 2016,

Author: Luigi Dell’Aquila  – @ldellaquila In one of my previous blog posts I wrote about how SQL can be used as a foundation for a richer query language, more powerful […]

26 April 2016

How to calculate maximum amount of memory consumed by OrientDB

26 April 2016,

April 26, 2016 By Andrey Lomakin, Lead Research & Development Engineer at OrientDB. Many users ask how much memory is consumed by OrientDB and which settings affect this. […]

14 March 2016

OrientDB Teleporter – Making Migrations Easier (Part 2)

14 March 2016,

By OrientDB Developer Gabriele Ponzi Teleporter to Sync your DB and OrientDB This is Part 2 of our step by step guide on how to […]

20 January 2016

OrientDB – Sequence (embedded) by Matan Shukry

20 January 2016,

This is a guest post by OrientDB contributor Matan Shukry. Hi, My name is Matan Shukry, and I’m a Programmer, DBA, and a Big […]

6 November 2015

OrientDB (more than) SQL

6 November 2015,

Author: Luigi Dell’Aquila  – @ldellaquila Do you know SQL? If you’re a software developer/DBA/DevOps, I’m pretty certain that I know your answer to that question. […]

8 October 2015


8 October 2015,

Author: Luigi Dell’Aquila  – @ldellaquila The NoSQL movement has significantly matured in the past few years. It’s clearly much more than just a new set […]