ArangoDB is now an Official Repo in the Docker Hub, one of just four additions in the last 2 months. Please try and tell your friends! ArangoDB 2.6 is known as a performance release and we’ve continued to improve the core by killing locks and optimizing code. Looks like we can show some impressive performance boosts soon. Furthermore, Mike Williamson wrote a blog post on modeling data with ArangoDB last week, that is worth to read.
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The third maintenance release for ArangoDB 2.6 is available for download. This maintenance release is to address some issues in ArangoDB 2.6 and to support future releases. Also the sixth maintenance release for ArangoDB 2.5 is available.
ArangoDB related (Drivers & more)
- (Clojure) clarango 0.7.0: Added user functions
- (Clojure) travesedo Added sparse index function
- (Go) aranGO 0.6
- (JS) aqbjs 1.11.0: Arity of CONTAINS
- (Python) ArangoPy 0.5: Supports ArangoDB 2.6
- (Python) pyArango Added full index support
- ArangoExec – a plugin for running AQL commands in Sublime Text
Articles and Tutorials
- For new official repos in Docker Hub: Kibana, ownCloud, ArangoDB and Kaazing Gateway
- ArangoDB nightly Travis builds for driver maintainers
- Introducing RETURN DISTINCT for AQL queries
- How to set up fish completion for ArangoDB (fish is an alternative to bash)
- Data modeling with ArangoDB: Mike Williamson talks about his experience with ArangoDB
- AQL object literal simplification: Writing AQL queries simpler
Questions on Stack Overflow
- Planning for database scaling and schema changes
- What parts of ArangoDB are done with Node_GYP
- How do I use Arango dump tool
Not answered yet:
- Node-Neo4j-Embedded limits (call for new benchmark)
- How to stop and start ArangoDB server in ArangoDB docker container
- Creating complex JSON object and storing in ArangoDB
- September 18-19th, 2015 – Berlin: distributed matters
Win a ticket to the NoSQL matters
We are a proud silver sponsor of the distributed matters in Berlin. The event will take place on September 19th 2015. Our team will be there and in addition Michael will hold a talk about NoSQL meets Microservices. Also we will raffle two tickets so you can visit the conference for free! Just fill out this form and click on send. Good luck!
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