In case you missed some of the latest news and haven’t subscribed to our newsletter below, here’s a quick recap of this month’s news. Find out how OrientDB can help your startup company with our latest case study and how companies across the world are using graph technology to secure their systems. Stay up-to date with our latest stable release or test the new features in our 3.0 milestones release.
If you want to learn about how OrientDB can help your startup company, take a look at our latest case studies. Find out how New.sc uses graphs and multi-model features to power an intuitive and increasingly popular news platform.
Earlier this month we released OrientDB 2.2.20. This is our latest stable release so if you haven’t upgraded yet, go ahead and download it now. In case you missed it, last month we released our OrientDB 3.0 Milestones Edition. Though not yet suitable for production environments, if you want to test the latest features included in our upcoming 3.0 release, head over to our Labs page.
This May OrientDB announced their partnership with Chinese system integrator and fraud detection experts MiMe. Using multi-model databases, MiMe is helping companies across China move from antiquated relational systems to modern day, innovative database systems.
With the release of OrientDB Teleporter last year, OrientDB is being used around the world to synchronise relational data. In fact, we’re the first NoSQL database to enable this feature. Whether it’s data from Oracle, SQLServer, MySQL, PostgreSQL or HyperSQL, Teleporter transforms tables to graphs and allows Relational and NoSQL technologies to coexist.
Stay tuned for more news,
The OrientDB Team
It is with great pleasure that we announce the release of the highly anticipated OrientDB 3.0! Improving upon the foundations established in OrientDB 2.2, this latest release further consolidates all our strengths to establish a new standard for Multi-model Databases. As with all our releases, security is always of the utmost importance. OrientDB 3.0 solidifies all our security elements but also adds unprecedented speed and performance, perfect for virtually any use case.
A huge thanks goes out to our dedicated world wide community for their incredible support, relentless efforts and invaluable contributions.
If you would like to give our latest OrientDB 3.0.0 Milestones Community Edition a try, head over to our OrientDB Labs page and download your copy. Remember that this release is for testing purposes only and is not Suitable for production environments.
CEO & Founder
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!
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Crowdsourced Competitive Intelligence Platform Honors 4,500 Winning Companies Out of 15 Million Profiles
London, UK – 17-11-2016 – OrientDB announced today it was named an Owler HOT in 2016 winner in London. With hundreds of contributors joining the ranks, OrientDB is experiencing tremendous growth in both Community and Enterprise adoption. The native multi-model database combines the connectedness of graphs, the agility of documents and the familiar SQL dialect.
Owler recognizes the top trending companies in cities around the world. They filtered through more than 15 million companies and picked 4,500 award winners across 600 cities worldwide. Recipients were chosen based on several different metrics, including number of followers on Owler, insights collected from our community, social media followers, and blog posts over the past year.
“We’ve sorted through database of millions of contributions from our community and landed on the top trending companies from around the world,” said Jim Fowler, CEO at Owler. “Being Hot In 2016 is an accomplishment to be proud of.”
To see OrientDB’s company profile on Owler, go to: https://www.owler.com/iaApp/4498930/orientdb-company-profile .
With downloads exceeding 70,00 per month, OrientDB is an award winning, 2nd Generation Distributed Graph Database with the flexibility of Documents in one product. It is a unique, true multi-model NoSQL DBMS equipped to tackle today’s big data challenges and offers multi-master replication, sharding as well as more flexibility for modern, complex use cases. Visit https://orientdb.com/success/ to read more about companies using OrientDB.
Owler is the crowdsourced competitive intelligence platform that business professionals use to outsmart their competition, gain competitive insights, and uncover the latest industry news and alerts. Owler is powered by an active community of 800K business professionals that contribute unique business insights such as competitors, private company revenue, and CEO ratings. From startups all the way to large enterprises (including 96% of the Fortune 500), CEOs, salespeople, marketers, product managers, and all types of business professionals use Owler daily. Launched in 2014, and funded by Norwest Venture Partners and Trinity Ventures, Owler is headquartered in San Mateo, CA with offices in Coimbatore, India.
LONDON, UK – March 17, 2016 – OrientDB, the pioneer behind the world’s first Open Source, NoSQL distributed graph-document database, today announced its certification under the CenturyLink Cloud Marketplace Provider Program. Through this partnership, CenturyLink Cloud users are now able to deploy and manage OrientDB’s community or enterprise edition databases via CenturyLink’s Blueprints library.
CenturyLink Cloud customers can now benefit from OrientDB’s features:
OrientDB Community Edition is free for any purpose (including commercial use). OrientDB Enterprise Edition serves as an extension of the Community Edition by providing enterprise-needed features such as: Query Profiler, distributed clustering configuration, metrics recording, and Live Monitor with configurable alerts.
The CenturyLink Cloud Marketplace Provider Program allows participating technology companies, like OrientDB, to integrate with the CenturyLink Cloud platform. These additional business-ready solutions are available to CenturyLink’s cloud, hosting and network customers.
“Companies hoping to leverage big data are getting tired of dealing with multiple systems and increasing infrastructural costs,” said Luca Garulli, CEO of OrientDB. “Customers choose OrientDB for its innovative Multi-model database capabilities and affordable nature. Expanding our capabilities to the cloud through CenturyLink provides the perfect accessible solution without the need for multiple database systems or costly servers.”
“The foundation of the big data revolution on our platform has been software innovation around unstructured data management,” said David Shacochis, vice president of platform enablement at CenturyLink, “OrientDB is a great example of this trend, allowing our customers to manage their unstructured data relations in a scalable model that drives insight out of their business workloads”
To start using OrientDB on CenturyLink Cloud today, refer to the “Getting Started” guide on the CenturyLink Cloud Knowledge Base.
OrientDB is an open source 2nd Generation Distributed Graph Database with the flexibility of Documents and a familiar SQL dialect. With downloads exceeding 70,000 per month, more than 100 community contributors and 1000’s of production users, OrientDB is experiencing tremendous growth in both community and Enterprise adoption. First generation Graph Databases lack the features that Big Data demands: multi-master replication, sharding and more flexibility for modern complex use cases. See for yourself, Download OrientDB and give it a try.
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Placement based on completeness of vision and ability to execute
London, UK (Oct 16, 2015) — Orient Technologies, the company behind OrientDB (www.orientdb.com), today announced that it has been included by Gartner in their 2015 Magic Quadrant for Operational Databases*.
Gartner defines the operational DBMS market by relational and non-relational database management products that are suitable for a broad range of enterprise-level, transactional applications. The report also highlights as a strategic planning assumption that by 2017, all leading operational DBMSs will offer multiple data models, relational and NoSQL, in a single DBMS platform. This is a vision pioneered by OrientDB since 2010.
“The Magic Quadrant serves as a trusted resource for companies as they look for operational databases and 31 vendors have been evaluated. OrientDB pioneered the multi-model approach in 2010 and we believe being recognized by the world’s leading industry analyst validates our vision,” said Luca Olivari, President of Orient Technologies.
Orient Technologies is the only NoSQL company that has been funded exclusively by its own customers**. Research and Development activities are sponsored by clients and supported by an active user community. With relentless focus on building the operational database for tomorrow’s enterprises, OrientDB continues to grow and deliver on the multimodel vision that’s changing the database landscape forever.
About the Magic Quadrant
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With downloads exceeding 70,000 per month, more than 100 community contributors and 1000’s of production users, Orient Technologies is experiencing tremendous growth in both Community and Enterprise adoption. The native multi-model database combines the connectedness of graphs, the agility of documents and the familiar SQL dialect. Fortune 500 companies, government entities and startups all use the technology to build large-scale innovative applications. Some of their clients include the United Nations, Pitney Bowes, Sky, CenturyLink and Sonatype. OrientDB recently won the prestigious 2015 Infoworld Bossie Award.
Orient Technologies is the main sponsor and the commercial supporter of OrientDB.
*Gartner, Inc., Magic Quadrant for Operational Database Management Systems by Donald Feinberg, Merv Adrian, Nick Heudecker, Adam M. Ronthal and Terilyn Palanca, October 12, 2015.
** Company funding data taken from Crunchbase as of October 12, 2015
Customers are choosing OrientDB as their next-generation Operational Database
London, UK (May 20, 2015) – Orient Technologies, the company behind OrientDB, the graph-document database that pioneered the multi-model concept, saw dramatic acceleration in momentum due to customers and developers replacing or complementing legacy databases.
Graph databases are the fastest growing category on db-engines.com and will be adopted by 25% of enterprises for highly differentiated and critical use cases. OrientDB recently moved up to the #2 graph database position and climbed the overall database ranking by 14 positions in a year.
Strong growth is driven by product vision and quick development cycles. The company recently announced the latest release candidate of the 2.1 version, making it even more stable and performant while adding auditing and live querying functionalities.
OrientDB Udemy Training trained more than 4,000 students to learn the basics of the technology and grow their knowledge, therefore helping customers to find people with the right skills to address the heightened demand.
Recognizing how OrientDB benefited from the growing interest in multi-model databases, 451 Research recently released an impact report for their customers.
Accelerated momentum is also connected to the substantial growth in weekly inbound requests from Fortune 500 customers who are starting to build mission critical projects on OrientDB, thanks to the unparalleled vision and functionalities.
With downloads exceeding 50,000/month, more than 100 contributors and 1000’s of production users, OrientDB is emerging as the leading next generation multi-model enterprise database combining the connectedness of graphs, the agility of documents and the familiar SQL dialect. Fortune 500 companies, government entities and startups use the technology to build large-scale innovative applications. Some of their clients include Ericsson, United Nations, Pitney Bowes, Sky, CenturyLink and Sonatype.
Orient Technologies is the main sponsor and the commercial supporter of OrientDB, offering subscriptions, support, training, and consulting for the database.
For more information, visit orientdb.com.