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post is part of the ”OrientDB 101” series, derived from a previous work started in 2013/2014: some information might be outdated, but the core of this series should still be intact.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:

  1. The strange case of OrientDB and graph databases
  2. An overview of OrienDB’s capabilities
  3. Going beyond RDBMS
  4. Just like any other NoSQL database?

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.

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    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post is part of the ”OrientDB 101” series, derived from a previous work started in 2013/2014: some information might be outdated, but the core of this series should still be intact.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:

  1. The strange case of OrientDB and graph databases
  2. An overview of OrienDB’s capabilities
  3. Going beyond RDBMS
  4. Just like any other NoSQL database?

I’d like to start this new series by providing some context and all-around information about the subject, so this article will mostly be a boring cascade of words rather than real-world examples: I plan to publish ~10 articles on OrientDB in the next 2/3 months (as I have some old drafts that I finally got to complete) so…just be patient ;–)

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During my last vacation I had some troubles making my GoPro visible to Ubuntu through the USB charger so I decided to go for a different approach.

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