ArangoDB Selected as Finalist for Red Herring Top 100 in Europe

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“ArangoDB shows great promise and therefore deserves to be among the finalists.”

ArangoDB, the native multi-model database, announced today that it has been selected as a finalist for
Red Herring Top 100 award for the European business region. The nomination underlines the great success of the company and the growing momentum behind the multi-model movement it is heralding.

“The whole team is proud to be nominated for such a prestigious award,” says Claudius Weinberger, CEO of ArangoDB. “Looking back a few years, it was hard work to win people for our multi-model approach and unique query language. Today startups and enterprises enjoy the flexibility our database provides and use it to realize their brightest ideas.” Read more

Alpha3 of ArangoDB 3.2: Support for Distributed Graph Processing

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The next alpha release of the upcoming ArangoDB 3.2 is available for testing. You can download and install alpha3 here.

Moving forward

As ArangoDB 3.2 will include several new features and improvements, we realized that the release model that we currently follow has room for improvement. Going forward we will introduce milestone releases with ArangoDB 3.3. For this major release you will see a bit more alphas. You can read detailed info about the new structure model here.

Pregel computing model

In this alpha we introduce support for incremental graph processing algorithms in a single mode server as well as in the cluster. Read more

Introducing milestone release model and why is it better

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When developing ArangoDB, we want to share with you new features as early as possible. For example, the pregel implementation that will become part of ArangoDB 3.2 was ready for testing weeks before the release date of the first beta release and the final release of 3.2.

Therefore we decided to create intermediate releases, called alpha releases, which contain new feature as early as they became stable. The benefits for the community and also for our developers team are: Read more

Announcing ArangoDB Online Meetup and the Upcoming Webinar

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Today we are glad to announce the start of ArangoDB Online meetup. As our international open-source community is growing with every passing day, we keep getting requests from members around the world on doing a tech meet or a short demo on ArangoDB. Quite a few members have already taken the initiative of presenting at conferences and local meetups – big “thank you” for that! Adding to that effort, it’s high time that we all moved to that one place where we can all connect and everyone has a chance to give/ participate in a talk. And what better way is there to bring us all together than meeting online? Read more

arangochair – a tool for listening to changes in ArangoDB

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The ArangoDB team gave me an opportunity to write a tutorial about arangochair. Arangochair is the first attempt to listen for changes in the database and execute actions like pushing a document to the client or execute an AQL query. Currently it is limited to single nodes.

This tutorial is loosely based on the example at baslr/arangochair-serversendevents-demo

arangochair is a Node.js module hosted on npm which make it fairly easy to install. Just run
npm install arangochair and its installed. Read more

Alpha2 of the upcoming ArangoDB 3.2 release

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The official ArangoDB 3.2 release is almost around the corner. In the meantime, you can play around and test some of the upcoming new features as they come along. The alpha2 version of the upcoming ArangoDB 3.2 is available for testing and can be downloaded here. If you already have ArangoDB installed, please remember to backup your data and run an upgrade after installing the alpha2 release. Note that this version is not suitable for production usage and is supplied only for testing purposes.

Not getting into too much detail yet – one major change in ArangoDB 3.2 is that it will contain two storage engines. The current storage engine based on memory mapped files and a new one backed by RocksDB. This alpha2 release contains some steps towards this goal, as well as independent improvements and previews of new features. Read more

arangoexport – a tool for exporting data from ArangoDB

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With the release of the initial alpha of ArangoDB version 3.2 we also include the preview of the new export tool arangoexport. Alpha2 of ArangoDB 3.2 can be downloaded here. An export functionality was initially requested by one of our community members to view an ArangoDB graph view the Cytoscape visualizer.

Arangoexport is capable of exporting a graph or certain collections of a graph to xgmml, Cytoscape’s graph format. But arangoexport is not limited to this. It can also generate JSON or JSONL data exports of arbitrary collections. Read more

Florian Leibert (CEO, Mesosphere) and Luca Olivari (Oracle, MongoDB) joining Advisory Council of ArangoDB

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We have some amazing news today. Two brilliant minds are joining ArangoDB and our recently founded Advisory Council. Florian Leibert is CEO of Mesosphere and Luca Olivari former Executive at Oracle and MongoDB. Together with their rare expertise we can further sharpen our focus on cutting edge technologies and accelerate our growth.

Maybe a few words about Florian and Luca: Read more

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