ArangoDB Weekly #26 | OrientDB Benchmark

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Last week we’ve published a benchmark post: Native multi-model can compete with pure document and graph databases. An article that attracted some great attention on HN / social media. Many asked us to add the multi-model database OrientDB to the benchmark post. We did and published Performance comparison between ArangoDB, MongoDB, Neo4j and OrientDB today.

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ArangoDB Weekly #24 | Alpha Release 2.6, diff documents with AQL

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Last week we’ve released ArangoDB 2.6 alpha! We would be happy if you could test the new version and give us some feedback. For all the great developers who make drivers and tools for ArangoDB we made a list of important changes in the API. With ArangoDB 2.6 you also can generate your API documentation with Swagger 2. Stay tuned, follow @arangodb for more news and have fun with the new release.

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Arango Weekly #23 | new Release 2.5.4, Technical preview 2.6

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In the last days we prepared everything for the first technical preview of ArangoDB 2.6, testing new and improved functionality and adding some small last minute features like the AQL explain command in the Web UI. We are proud of the new release and can’t wait to give it in your hands. Stay tuned, follow @arangodb to get the news first

Meanwhile last week we published a 2.5.4 maintenance release and provide a short glimpse on added features like Foxx dependencies for more composable Foxx Apps and Improved System User Authentication.

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Weekly Newsletter, January 8, 2015

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The ArangoDB team is back from holidays, wishing you and your families a happy New Year 2015. This year will become a good one for multi-model databases – like ArangoDB – according to analysts, quoted in the NoSQL trends 2015 article from Dataversity. This newsletter covers the last 3 weeks, including the beta of ArangoDB 2.4, build on christmas eve.

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Weekly Newsletter, December 18, 2014

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ArangoDB Releases

We released ArangoDB 2.3.3 – a maintenance release with some bug fixes. Here are some of the fixes:

  • fixed error handling in instantiation of distributed AQL queries
  • issue #1185: parse non-fractional JSON numbers with exponent (e.g. 4e-261)
  • issue #1159: allow –server.request-timeout and –server.connect-timeout of 0

ArangoDB related (Drivers & more)

  • aqb 1.4.1: ArangoDB query builder (npm) fluent JS API by Alan Plum
  • guacamole 0.4.0 (rubygems.org): An ODM for ArangoDB by Dirk Breuer and Lucas Dohmen
  • Travesedo: J Patrick Davenport started a new Clojure driver for ArangoDB
  • pyArango (beta): Tariq Daouda contributed a python driver with validations. More info

Weekly Newsletter, December 11, 2014

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ArangoDB Release

We released ArangoDB 2.3.2 with some bug fixes. You can find a full list of changes in our change-log. Here is a short extract:

  • added AQL optimizer rule for removing INTO from a COLLECT statement if not needed
  • fixed missing makeDirectory when fetching a Foxx application from a zip file
  • fixed issue #1173: AQL Editor “Save current query” resets user password

ArangoDB related (Drivers & more)

  • ArangoPy 0.5.3 (Python): Sascha Häusler has updated the Python driver so it is compatible with 2.3
  • ansible-arangodb 1.0.0: Patrick Huber made an install helper, in this case Ansible-Galaxy. Ansible is an IT automation tool. It can configure systems, deploy software, and orchestrate more advanced IT tasks such as continuous deployments or zero downtime rolling updates

Documentation and Cookbook

  • Joins in AQL: How to join documents from several collections. Thanks to Frank Celler

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