3 September 2013,
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London, September 2nd 2013

Mr. Claudio Tesoriero is the author of “Getting Started with OrientDB”, the new book about OrientDB. Claudio is a certified OrientDB developer that wrote this book for all the developers that want to start working with OrientDB NoSQL database.




Take a look at the Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: Installing OrientDB

    • Standard Edition
    • Graphed Edition
    • Key/Value Edition
    • Enterprise Edition
    • Installing from the latest stable release
      • Installing the Standard Edition
      • Installing the Graphed Edition
    • Compiling from the latest source snapshot
      • Running the test suite
    • Installing as a daemon/service
      • Linux systems
      • Windows systems
    • Summary

      • Configuration
        • orientdb-server-config.xml
        • orientdb-dserver-config.xml
      • The OrientDB console
      • OrientDB data files
      • Classes
        • Abstract classes
      • Security
        • Rules
        • Roles
        • Users
        • Server users
        • Record-level security
      • The OrientDB Studio
        • The Database section
        • The Query section
        • The Document section
        • The Functions section
        • The Graph section
        • The Raw access section
        • The root user
      • Back up / restore
        • Using the console
        • Using the OrientDB Studio
        • Automatic backup
      • Summary

    • Chapter 3: Programming OrientDB
      • Data types
      • Extended SQL
        • Creating a database
        • Creating classes
        • Inserting records
        • Deleting records
        • Reading and updating records
          • Fields
        • Schema-full classes and the mixed-mode schema
        • Relationships
          • One-to-one and one-to-many relationships
          • Many-to-many relationships
          • Traversing the relationships
          • SQL functions
        • The graph database
      • Using the JDBC driver
      • Other language drivers (PHP)
      • The native Java API
        • Opening a connection
          • Connection pools
        • Executing SQL queries
        • Executing SQL commands
        • Create, load, update, and delete a document
        • Object database support
      • RESTful APIs
      • Transactions
        • Transactions within REST calls
      • Summary


      Chapter 4: Performance Tuning

        • Caching
        • General Optimizations
          • The JVM optimization
          • Memory and cache
          • Mapping files
          • Connections
          • Transactions
      • Massive insertions
      • Datafile fragmentation
      • The profiler
      • Query tips
        • The explain command
        • Indexes
        • Looking for @rid values
      • Summary

        Chapter 5: Advanced Features

          • The embedded mode
          • Server-side code
            • Server-side function features
            • Creating a function
            • Usage
              • Java API
              • RESTful calls
            • Special variables
          • Hooks
          • Triggers
          • Gremlin support
            • Gephi
          • Clustering
            • How it works
              • Replication
            • Configuration and setup
          • Sending e-mails through OrientDB
            • Usage
          • Summary



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