We had a lot of fun attending code.talks Hamburg last week, talking to a lot of developers that were interested in NoSQL and microservices. Today, Max is in Dublin at #MesosCon talking about Persistent Primitives in Action with Jörg Schad from Mesosphere. We made further progress with our Mesos integration and are in the final steps to conduct a cluster performance test. By the way, we will publish an updated NoSQL performance test shortly, with PostgreSQL in the comparison field. Stay tuned!
The next major release 2.7 is almost done, expected to be shipped in the beginning of next week. Thanks for all your valuable feedback and testings. The next release is already under heavy development, you can expect great improvements in the graph part of ArangoDB.
ArangoDB 2.6.9 fixed a failing AQL skiplist which occurs in a sort and limit combination. The second release candidate of ArangoDB 2.7 is available for download – awaiting the final release in the next days. You can find a full list of changes in our change-log .