Presentation: “OrientDB, the database of the web”

I knew there was something called “OrientDB”, but didn’t know much about it until I went through these slides. Here is what I learned in one sentence. Its a easy to install NoSQL(schemaless) datastore, with absolutely no configuration required, supports ACID transactions, it can be used as a document store, a graph store and a key value store, it can be queried using SQL-like and JSON syntax, supports indexing and triggers and its been benchmarked to do 150000 inserts using commodity hardware.  That’s a lot of features.