In modern software applications, often there is the necessity to manage very big amounts of unstructured data with varying schema. In this scenario, instead of relational databases, we can use OrientDB, an open source NoSQL DBMS written in Java. Inspite ofDespite being a document-based database, the relationships are managed with direct connections between records. It supports schema-less, schema-full, and schema-mixed modes.
Getting Started with OrientDB 1.3.0 will be your handy, quick reference guide, for all document-graph DBMS functionality. Administrative tasks, deployment, designing a database, different ways of querying and consuming data - all that you need to know about OrientDB is presented keeping with practical usage in mind. You will be able to install, setup, deploy, and configure databases with OrientDB for applications.
Getting Started with OrientDB 1.3.0 will allow you to use its OreintDB’s main functionality immediately. The book will guide you through the discovery of one of the most powerful NoSQL databases available today. It will then take you through downloading and installing OrientDB, cluster deployment, programming, discovering OrientDB’s potential, and its features.
The book covers useful administrative topics such as import/export, automatic backups, and configuration tips. Furthermore, design concepts like user management, document databases, graph databases, and dictionaries are covered. Finally, concepts and programming examples are shown in Java.
A standard tutorial aimed at making you an OrientDB expert, through the use of practical examples, explained in a step-by-step format.
Who this book is for
Getting Started with OrientDB 1.3.0 is great for database designers, developers, and systems engineers. It is assumed that you are familiar with NoSQL concepts, Java, and networking principles.
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Claudio Tesoriero is an OrientDB Certified Developer and a senior software engineer with twenty years' experience in Information Technology. His first experience was with the Italian Ministry of the Treasury, then he worked for the Bull Group (www.bull.com) and got involved in projects developed for Telecom Italia (www.telecomitalia.it) and in R&D projects developed in collaboration with the Rome Tor Vergata University. He then worked for FutureSpace Spa (www.futurespace.it) and he participated in the implementation of various projects for the government administration. Currently, he is the cofounder of BaasBox, a solution of Backend as a Service based on the Play! Framework and OrientDB.