RC4 of ArangoDB 3.5: Configurable Analyzers & other ArangoSearch Upgrades

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Step-by-step we are getting closer and closer to the official release of ArangoDB 3.5. First of all, we want to send a biiiiig “Thank You!” to all the testers so far and all your feedback! Super helpful for us!

This Release Candidate post is dedicated to the four new features of ArangoSearch which extend the capabilities and provide pretty huge performance improvements, especially for queries including search & sorting. Read more

RC2 ArangoDB 3.5: Data Masking & Time-to-Live Index

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Coding is finished. Tests are green. Today, we can share the second release candidate for ArangoDB 3.5. Get RC2 Community Edition or RC2 Enterprise Edition.

With this release candidate we want to highlight the next two features of the upcoming release. Data Masking and Time-To-Live indices (TTL) can come in very handy for developers when it comes to compliance with data privacy regulations like GDPR or the upcoming Consumer Privacy Act of California. Read more

ArangoDB 3.5 RC1: Graph Database Improvements with PRUNE & k Shortest Paths

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After a lot of planning, coding and testing we can finally share the first Release Candidate of ArangoDB 3.5 with you today. You can get it on our Technical Preview Download page: Tech Preview Community & Tech Preview Enterprise.

With this RC, we want to highlight two new features for all graph database enthusiasts: the new PRUNE Keyword & k Shortest Path Feature. As always, please note Release Candidates are for testing purposes only and should not be used in production. Please see limitations of RC1 at the bottom of the page! Read more

Happy Holidays from ArangoDB!

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2018 has been a fantastic year for the ArangoDB project. The community has welcomed many new members, customers, supporters and friends. Together we’ve reached new “heights” – accomplished goals, shipped a big brand-new release and improved ArangoDB on all fronts. Read more

Static binaries for a C++ application

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TL;DR; This describes how to generate a completely static binary for a complex C++ application which runs on all variants of Linux without any library dependency.

ArangoDB is a multi-model database written in C++. It is a sizable application with an executable size of 38MB (stripped) and quite some library dependencies. We provide binary packages for Linux, Windows and MacOS, and for Linux we cover all major distributions and their different versions, which makes our build and delivery pipeline extremely cluttered and awkward. At the beginning of this story, we needed approximately 12 hours just to build and publish a release, if everything goes well. This is the beginning of a tale to attack this problem. Read more

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