NoSQL Performance Blog-Series
Claudius Weinberger, June/July 2015: I did an initial NoSQL database comparison to claim that “Native multi-model can compete”. This blog post has raised a lot of interest and I was asked to add more databases to the NoSQL database comparison. So, we now have a blog-post series that uses a public dataset (Pokec Social Network) from Stanford University and is based on public tests and resources that are available from Github.
- February 2018 (7): How We Wronged Neo4j & PostgreSQL
update of the ArangoDB 2018 performance benchmark
- February 2018 (6): NoSQL Performance Benchmark: PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Neo4j, OrientDB and ArangoDB
the latest benchmark to be released
- October 2015 (5): Benchmark: PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Neo4j, OrientDB and ArangoDB
adding PostgreSQL to the test field
- July 2015 (4): Multi-model benchmark round 1 completed
comparing ArangoDB, MongoDB, Neo4j and OrientDB (Update 2)
- June 2015 (3): How an open-source competitive benchmark helped to improve databases
comparing ArangoDB, MongoDB, Neo4j and OrientDB (Update 1)
- June 2015 (2): Performance comparison between ArangoDB, MongoDB, Neo4j and OrientDB
- June 2015 (1): Native multi-model can compete with pure document and graph databases
comparing ArangoDB, MongoDB, Neo4j (4 Updates)
We have continued with the tests of other databases and will add the results in one of our upcoming blog post.