OrientDB Community Edition, owned by CallidusCloud, is free database software written in Java. OrientDB is positioned as the first multi-model—which is second generation NoSQL able to manage complex domains with incredible performance—distributed database management system with a true Graph Engine.
OrientDB Community Edition is a free product. The pricing for their Enterprise package is available on request, and their paid package costs between $5,970.00 and $9,750.00, according to our research.
Pros: Fast with multiple servers, and updates on a regular basis.
Cons: Poor documentation and issues with bugs.
Bottomline: If you approach it with open eyes, it offers rich functionality.
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Reviewed: May 21, 2018
OrientDB is a good open-source database that exposes a primarily object data model—the document and graph abstractions are built on top of it.
Reviewed: May 24, 2015
OrientDB is snakeoil and anyone deploying it has not done their due diligence. The real-world performance is very different to their claims and many features just don't work. Do yourself a favor and read through their bug tracker some time, you'll be scared.
Reviewed: May 26, 2015
in my 5 month experience with OrientDB I do get the impression that the team prefers to add new features over fixing bugs. If you consider OrientDB is a database that's quite troublesome... A DB should be rock solid and all bugs should be dealt with swiftly.