OrientDB 2.2.0 GA Community Edition (May 18, 2016)

Download the latest version for FREE. OrientDB Community Edition is licensed under Apache2 terms, which means that it’s FREE for any usage, including commercial. This is the recommended version to run in Production Environments.

Download the binary distribution

MacOSX Linux and any other *NIX system Microsoft Windows ZIP file for any OS

OrientDB Enterprise

OrientDB Enterprise Edition is OrientDB on Steroids. It has a Commercial license for production, but it’s FREE for development.

Enterprise Edition

Use Docker

If you have Docker installed on your computer, this is the easiest way to run OrientDB. From the command line type:

$ docker run -d –name orientdb -p 2424:2424 -p 2480:2480 -e ORIENTDB_ROOT_PASSWORD=root orientdb:latest


Getting Started

To run OrientDB, first download and install it with your preferred method. Once OrientDB is running, open the browser and point it to this URL: http://localhost:2480. This is Studio, the most advanced Web tool for Databases.

Use the Console

If you like more command line tools, the Console will be your best friend. Run it by executing bin/console.sh (or console.bat on Windows). To connect the console to the running server type:

connect remote:localhost/GratefulDeadConcerts admin admin

Congratulations, you’re connected! For know more look at:


Previous OrientDB versions

Get a Previous Version of OrientDB

JDBC Drivers

Use the JDBC Driver if you want to access OrientDB from a Business Reporting tool (like Jasper) or a generic Database Tool (like DbVisualizer). The URL is jdbc:orient:<URL>, example: jdbc:orient:remote:localhost/demo. For more information, look at: JDBC Driver Project page. NOTE: The JDBC driver is already provided in the distribution under the “lib” folder.

OrientDB JDBC Driver 2.2.0 ALL OrientDB JDBC Driver 2.2.0 only
JDBC+OrientDB libraries, one JAR containing all the dependencies (21MB) JDBC libraries, use this if you already have OrientDB in the classpath (47Kb)
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Language Drivers



Use Maven



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