Thank you!

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“By developers for developers” has been our internal motto since the first lines of ArangoDB code. Building an open-source project at such level of complexity and at a market competitive standard, undoubtedly puts a lot of pressure and almost solely relies on the support and trust of the community.

Every victory counts, be it small appreciation or big success – it’s what gives us inspiration and keeps us going forward. A while ago we’ve been having one of those rainy gray days here in Cologne. Receiving over 10 stars put a smile on faces of our whole team, motivating us to hack harder, brainstorm, bug fix, build, release…

Today we have reached 4,000 stars mark on GitHub! Read more

RocksDB Integration in ArangoDB – FAQs

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The new release of ArangoDB 3.2 is just around the corner and will include some major improvements like distributed graph processing with Pregel or a powerful export tool. But most importantly we integrated Facebook’s RocksDB as the first pluggable storage engine in ArangoDB. With RocksDB you will be able to use as much data in ArangoDB as fits on your disc.

As this is an important change and many questions reached us from the community we wanted to share some answers on the most common questions. Please find them below

Will I be able to go beyond the limit of RAM?

Yes. By defining RocksDB as your storage engine you will be able to work with as much data as fits on your disc.

What is the locking behaviour with RocksDB in ArangoDB?

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ArangoDB wins Red Herring Top 100 Award

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Jury selected ArangoDB out of 1.200 promising companies in Europe and confirms growing importance of native multi-model databases.

ArangoDB, the native multi-model database, announced today it was selected as a winner for
Red Herring Top 100 award for the European business region.

Red Herring Top 100 Europe enlists outstanding entrepreneurs and promising companies. Winners are selected from approximately 1,200 privately financed companies each year in the European Region. Since 1996, Red Herring has kept tabs on these up-and-comers. Red Herring’s editors were among the first to recognize that companies such as Alibaba, Facebook, Google, Kakao, Skype, SuperCell, Spotify, Twitter, and YouTube would change the way we live and work. Read more

ArangoDB Promotes Luca Olivari to President

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Company creates new role to accelerate global expansion

ArangoDB, the company behind the leading native multi-model database, today announced that Luca Olivari has formally joined as President. Luca will work with the founders, board of directors and advisory council to accelerate global expansion.

“It has been a privilege to work with the founders and the rest of the team for a few months as an Advisor and witness first hand how ArangoDB helps enterprise customers to unwind complexity and improve developer productivity,” said Olivari. “As President, I will be focused on building our global customer facing functions, a productive ecosystem and a committed community.” Read more

Webinar: The native multi-model approach and its benefits for developers, architects and DevOps

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Tuesday, May 16th (6PM CEST/12PM ET/ 9AM PT) – Join the webinar here.

This webinar gives a general overview of the multi-model database movement, in particular we will discuss its main advantages and technological benefits from an architect and devops perspective.

Since the first relational databases were invented the needs of companies and the technological possibilities have changed completely. Luca Olivari (recently announced President of ArangoDB) will deep dive into current trends in the database world, how native multi-model databases help companies of all sizes, and walk you through use cases where ArangoDB is beneficial. He will share decades of experience in the field and views on ever-changing needs of developers, companies and customers in the modern times. 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

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

ArangoDB 2016 – A Year in Review

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Important Steps this Year

2016 is about to see its final days and things are calming down, so Frank and I thought about the year that lies behind us. It was a really exciting year for the whole ArangoDB project and for us as founders. In 2016 we saw our team doubling in size, ArangoDB 3 series got launched and we became part of the Target Partners family. Many other great things happened this year and with this post we want to take the chance to say “Thank you” to all our supporters.

For the whole team it was and is super motivating to see that practically the same growth we experienced team-wise happened to the ArangoDB community. Exceeding the 3000 stargazer landmark right before Christmas was indeed a nice present, but it also reminds us that more and more people rely on what we create. Read more

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