Sort of a benchmark based on running the ☞ TinkerPop test suite against Neo4j and OrientDB (nb: we’ve learned recently that OrientDB is a document-graph database).
A couple of notes:
- I don’t think the test suite is also addressing the concurrency angle of these graph databases
- Neo4j is fully ACID compliant and transactions can have a huge impact on the performance, at least for bulk operations
If not mistaking, this is the first data comparing the performance of two graph database. It doesn’t mean it is a relevant NoSQL benchmark or performance evaluation though.
Original title and link: Neo4j and OrientDB Performance Compared (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)