Graph Databases: what’s next?
Luca Garulli, the Founder of OrientDB, the 2nd Graph Database on the market, will analyze the main differences between today’s leading Graph Database products during the upcoming Graph Day Texas event, discussing each product’s strengths and the direction the Graph Database market is headed. If you’re working with a Graph Database or you’re interested in learning more about the Power of Graphs today and in the upcoming future, you can’t miss this presentation.
Luca Garulli (@lgarulli) is the CEO and Founder of OrientDB, and the original author of OrientDB. Luca started working with storage algorithms in 1998 and created the first production-ready version of OrientDB in early2010 after 17 years of experience working with other DBMSs. Luca is a member of the Sun Microsystems JDO 1.0 and 2.0 Expert Groups that wrote the JDO standard. He has also published various tech articles in Technet, Computer Programming, IoProgrammer, and Week.it magazines.
Luca Garulli will be presenting the following session: Graph Databases: What’s Next?
OrientDB is a Distributed Multi-model database with a Graph Database engine and the flexibility of a Document Database all in one product. It supports schema-less, schema-full and schema-mixed modes and includes SQL among its query languages along with a custom SQL based language which reduces the learning curve for those new to OrientDB. If you’re new to NoSQL or the world of graph databases and wish to try out OrientDB community, check out our Working with Graphs tutorial. OrientDB Community Edition is 100% free and may be used commercially. For demanding applications in need of more robust monitoring tools, backup tools, auditing features and more, haven a look at OrientDB Enterprise Edition.