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OrientDB 2.2 Released – Open-Source Graph Database (orientdb.com)
20 points by bananaoomarang on May 20, 2016 | hide | past | web | favorite | 8 comments



Has anyone had any luck with Orient and large database?

I tried to use it with a 80,000,000 product database with about 60,000,000 updates a day (edges between sellers and products labeled by price) and it was unusable with the same sizing as a mySQL database that handled it easily.

It seemed great though. Especially since neo4j open source is quite restrictive (clustering is a commercial only feature not available in the OSS version).


I had the same problem with a fairly 50/50 read/update database, about 20M reads/20M updates a day. Brought it to it's knees. Postgres handled it no problem.


I work with graphs all the time and I've never had any luck with any graph database. Graph databases seem to flagrantly waste resources, especially when importing data.

That said, I should find out if OrientDB's announced "tenfold" performance increase is enough.


If you could use mysql as a replacement doesn't that mean you didn't need a graph database to start with though?


worth reading: http://orientdbleaks.blogspot.com.ar/2015/06/the-orientdb-is...

I've had several issues with the "distributed" setup among others.


Was thinking of using neo4j for an upcoming project. Did anyone benchmark OrientDB against Neo4j


A 3rd GraphDB vendor, ArangoDB, did benchmark both of them. You can find the results on their blog at https://www.arangodb.com/2015/10/benchmark-postgresql-mongod...


Definitely, worth checking out! Much stable and fast.




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