- The strange case of OrientDB and graph databases
- An overview of OrienDB’s capabilities
- Going beyond RDBMS
- Just like any other NoSQL database?
This post is part of the ”OrientDB 101” series, derived from a previous work started in 2013/2014: some information might be outdated, but the core of this series should still be intact.
Here is a list of all the articles in this series:
To let you immediately understand the uniqueness of this product we will briefly list some of its most interesting features: far for being an exhaustive overview, the following list will introduce you to some of the most interesting peculiarities that this DBMS brings into the table.Read on →