Orient DB Community Edition Reviews

View Orient DB Community Edition's free database software for your business. Includes info on Orient DB, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on November 25th, 2019

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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.

OrientDB Community Edition Reviews

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.

Key information:


Luca Garulli




Dublin, CA

Number of Employees



Luca Garulli


4140 Dublin Boulevard, Suite 400, Dublin, CA 94568, United States


+1 888-953-9572



News & Activity:


News or Activity

February 2, 2018

Second Largest Mining Botnet DDG Targets Redis and OrientDB Servers


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Customer Reviews:


Reviewed: May 21, 2018

Source: Ycombinator

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

Source: Ycombinator

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

Source: Ycombinator

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.