Developers have always had to do more with less. What the OrientDB team has loved about working with developers over the last eight years is learning all the ways in which they’ve innovated around complex data challenges even as data types, formats and application usage have changed.
When OrientDB founder Luca Garulli created our database management system, he wanted to empower developers’ unsung innovation by freeing them from the chains of monolithic data formats and use. His mission was to create a high-performance transaction graph database that enables developers to:
OrientDB’s goal has always been to offer a solution that gives developers all the tools they need, in one place, to build innovative applications that meet their unique business challenges. It goes beyond providing an open-source product; at OrientDB, we aim for an open innovation strategy that makes not just the code, but the business transformation steps, accessible to developers from all types of industries.
We’re happy to announce that we’ve launched the next phase of this mission: OrientDB.org, a free, one-stop resource for downloading, using, optimizing and deploying the OrientDB graph database solution. Built just for developers, the site includes product documentation, help files, case studies, training materials and release notes to help developers in every step of graph database use, from download to deployment.
Luca built OrientDB in response to the challenges developers face as new business applications come into play across the enterprise. When database technology was invented 40 years ago, developers didn’t have to contend with capturing and managing unstructured data from social networks, mobile applications and big-data analytics.
Now, application developers are faced with the task of:
Over the years, we’ve baked features into the OrientDB platform that enable developers to solve these challenges, including our Teleporter migration tools, auditing capabilities, offline monitoring, database backups without delays, and dynamic-distribution configuration and clustering.
The work of an application developer is always a moving target, though, as new business needs, data inputs and business goals shift.
Even as data volumes and formats have grown, developers have continued to create cutting-edge applications using OrientDB. They’ve not only found a way to absorb and work with uncharted data types, but they’ve spun them up into next-generation business applications, from responsive, geospatial network management for telecommunications to real-time data governance reporting.
In 2019, our goal isn’t just to provide developers with the tools they need to use graph solutions; we want to empower them to build the most powerful cloud business applications in the world.
When you’re building next-generation applications from scratch in your enterprise, there’s not often a blueprint for how to do it. With OrientDB.org, we’ve centralized instructions on the many use cases and applications our customers have built using the OrientDB platform. The site includes deep insight into how they’ve built and deployed those solutions, on both a technical and transformational level.
Take advantage of the institutional knowledge from a multitude of developers across the world by checking out the OrientDB.org site. It’s our heartfelt Valentine’s Day gift to the innovative application developers working hard to move their projects forward every day!
The OrientDB Team
OrientDB, an SAP Company
London, September 1, 2017
7-Bridges released the first Clojure driver for OrientDB on GitHub with Apache 2 License:
The project is looking for contributors. If you’re a fan of Clojure and OrientDB, join the team now!
We value and appreciate the hard work put in by the world-wide OrientDB community. That’s why, as a small token of appreciation, we’ve started sending out some gadgets and rewards to our community members.
A special thank you to Saeed for his dedication to OrientDB. Among the numerous and valuable contributions, some noteworthy examples include Pull Requests on OrientJS repository in which, among several improvements, he implemented the IF NOT EXIST clause when creating classes and properties, and IF EXIST clause when dropping classes and properties.
Michael is the original Author of the Apache TinkerPop 3 Graph Structure Implementation for OrientDB, which will be officially supported in upcoming major OrientDB releases!
Not only has Scott provided detailed bug reports and documents, he’s helped countless community members by shedding light on new features and helped countless others experiencing issues.
Thank you to Saeed, Michael and Scott, who as a gesture of appreciation will be receiving a Raspberry Pi 3® Starter Kit along with some OrientDB merchandise (T-shirt, stickers and that kind of stuff)**.
We’d also like to send out a special thank you to all the community members writing about OrientDB in their blogs, articles & papers. Thats why next time around we’ll be sending out some more gadgets to our top community bloggers.
So if you’re currently writing about @OrientDB, remember to use the the #OrientDB and #Multimodel tags in your posts and head back to this page regularly. You might find your name on our Top Contributors list!
|Follow @OrientDB||Tweet #OrientDB|
*All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
**All OrientDB Community Award winners will be contacted individually in order to receive their prize.