Here at OrientDB, we believe the future of Data requires a multi-model database because of its infinite power and flexibility. We know that after more than 30 yrs of Relational DBMSs, it can be challenging at first using innovative technology like OrientDB. So, we decided to provide a Getting Started video course for FREE!

We decided to use the Udemy.com platform to provide the most immersive, wide reaching platform possible. This course is designed to help developers become productive and familiar with OrientDB and related tools in the fastest way possible.

If you haven’t done so already, Go ahead and download OrientDB.  This page includes download links for multiple operating systems, a quick setup guide and some driver information.

For more details about OrientDB, it’s functions and features, take a look at our complete documentation.

Want to join the OrientDB Community? Head over to our Active User Community section to check out our Google Group, ask questions on Stack Overflow and get involved through Github.



 

Learning Objectives

  1. Install OrientDB and create a new database
  2. Learn the differences between Relational and Graph models
  3. Build a flexible Graph and Document data model
  4. Implement most major SQL functions, including basic CRUD operations
  5. Deploy and mange a production application

Start now!

Begin the course by following these 2 simple steps:
  1. Access the OrientDB - Getting Started course.
  2. Enter your email and a name/password of your choosing to register with Udemy.com, if you do not already have an account.

Section A: First Steps

  • 1: Background and Concepts
  • 2: Up and Running
  • 3: Data Modelling Concepts
  • 4: OrientDB Studio
  • 5: OrientDB Console

Section B: Working with the Database (SQL API)

  • 6: SQL API Overview
  • 7: Data Modelling (SQL)
  • 8: Basic CRUD (SQL)
  • 9: Graph Functionality and Traversals (SQL)
  • 10: Transactions

Section C: Additional Features

  • 11: Server Side Functions
  • 12: User Permissions and Authentication
  • 13: REST / HTTP API
  • 14: Basics of a Distributed Deployment
  • 15: ETL Module
  • 16: Building the VehicleHistoryGraph Database
  • 17: Working with the Demo Database

Section D: OrientDB Professional Services

  • 18: OrientDB Enterprise with Workbench
  • 19: Orient Technologies Support & Consulting Services