Running OrientDB the First Time
With a master-slave architecture, the master often becomes the bottleneck. With OrientDB, throughput is not limited by a single server. Global throughput is the sum of the throughput of all the servers.
- First, download and extract OrientDB by selecting the appropriate package provided in our download page(click here for additional installation methods).
- Start the server by running the server.sh or server.bat scripts located in the bin folder.
- Once OrientDB is running, enter the following URL in a browser window: http://localhost:2480. This is Studio, the most advanced Web tool for Databases.
If you’re new to OrientDB, we recommend taking a look at the following links:
- Install OrientDB and create a new database
- Learn the differences between Relational and Graph models
- Build a flexible Graph and Document data model
- Implement most major SQL functions, including basic CRUD operations
- Deploy and mange a production application
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Section A: First Steps
- 1: Background and Concepts
- 2: Up and Running
- 3: Data Modelling Concepts
- 4: OrientDB Studio
- 5: OrientDB Console
Section B: Working with the Database (SQL API)
- 6: SQL API Overview
- 7: Data Modelling (SQL)
- 8: Basic CRUD (SQL)
- 9: Graph Functionality and Traversals (SQL)
- 10: Transactions
Section C: Additional Features
- 11: Server Side Functions
- 12: User Permissions and Authentication
- 13: REST / HTTP API
- 14: Basics of a Distributed Deployment
- 15: ETL Module
- 16: Building the VehicleHistoryGraph Database
- 17: Working with the Demo Database
Section D: OrientDB Professional Services
- 18: OrientDB Enterprise with Workbench
- 19: Orient Technologies Support & Consulting Services