ArangoDB Boosts Multi-Model Database Scalability with Release of ArangoDB 3.5

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According to a new press release, “ArangoDB, the leading open source native multi-model database, today announced the GA release of ArangoDB 3.5. ArangoDB 3.5 contains new features that allow its growing customer base to more easily query, secure and search their growing data sets across multiple data models, making database scalability across distributed environments a reality. ArangoDB 3.5 brings updates to both the Community Edition, which is fully open source under the Apache 2.0 license, as well as the Enterprise Edition, ArangoDB’s commercial offering that includes features to help more easily secure and scale ArangoDB across an organization.”

Claudius Weinberger, CEO and co-founder of ArangoDB, said, “Developers tell us that they increasingly need to leverage multiple data models for their applications, and in large organizations we see up to 20-30 different database technologies in production across the enterprise… The enhancements in ArangoDB 3.5 on top of our native multi-model core enable developers to leverage other data models by just changing a query, giving them the freedom to create and run powerful applications while keeping their infrastructure lean and agile.”

The release adds, “The key features in ArangoDB 3.5 are: (1) SmartJoins: Co-located Join Operations Across Sharded Data. SmartJoins (available only in ArangoDB Enterprise) follow the concept of co-located joins and power highly-efficient and fast join operations against large volumes of distributed data in a cluster setting. With the addition of SmartJoins, ArangoDB Enterprise provides a unique feature set to work with complex queries against distributed data efficiently. (2) Streaming Transactions API: ACID transactions via language driver. ArangoDB 3.5 enables BEGIN, COMMIT or ABORT (rollback) ACID transaction operations from supported language drivers, including Java Sync, Go, JavaScript and PHP.”

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