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New OrientDB Release: new memory model, new graph api, much more stable

In its way towards the 1.0 version, OrientDB announced a new release featuring:

  • Brand new memory model with level-1 and level-2 caches (Issue #242)
  • SQL prepared statement (Issue #49)
  • SQL Projections with the support of links (Issue #15)
  • Graphical editor for documents in OrientDB Studio app (Issue #217)
  • Graph representation in OrientDB Studio app
  • Support for JPA annotation by the Object Database interface (Issue #102)
  • Smart Console under bash: history, auto completition, etc. (Issue #228)
  • Operations to work with GEO-spatial points (Issue #182)
  • @rid support in SQL UPDATE statement (Issue #72)
  • Range queries against Indexes (Issue #231)
  • 100% support of TinkerPop Blueprints 0.5

Regrettably the same comment thread shows that there are still some problems handling large amounts of data in OrientDB.

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