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ArangoDB

🥑 ArangoDB is a native multi-model database with flexible data models for documents, graphs, and key-values. Build high performance applications using a convenient SQL-like query language or JavaScript extensions.
Under Apache License 2.0
By arangodb

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ArangoDB

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ArangoDB is a scalable open-source multi-model database natively supporting graph, document and search. All supported data models & access patterns can be combined in queries allowing for maximal flexibility. ArangoDB runs on prem, in the cloud – anywhere.


ArangoDB Cloud Service

Oasis is the simplest way to run ArangoDB. Users can make deployments on all major cloud providers in many regions. Test ArangoDBs Cloud Service Oasis for free.


Getting Started

For the impatient:



Key Features in ArangoDB

Here is an AQL query that makes use of all those features:



Joins and transactions are key features for flexible, secure data designs,
widely used in relational databases but lacking in many NoSQL products. However,
there is no need to forgo them in ArangoDB. You decide how and when to use joins
and strong consistency guarantees, without sacrificing performance and scalability.


Furthermore, ArangoDB offers a JavaScript framework called Foxx
that is executed in the database server with direct access to the data. Build your
own data-centric microservices with a few lines of code. By extending the HTTP API
with user code written in JavaScript, ArangoDB can be turned into a strict
schema-enforcing persistence engine.


Other features of ArangoDB include:



For more in-depth information read the
design goals of ArangoDB


Latest Release

Packages for all supported platforms can be downloaded from
https://www.arangodb.com/download.


Please also check what's new in ArangoDB.


More Information

See our documentation for detailed
installation & compilation instructions.


There is an introductory chapter
showing the basic operation of ArangoDB. To learn ArangoDB's query language check out the
AQL tutorial.


Stay in Contact

We really appreciate feature requests and bug reports. Please use our Github
issue tracker for reporting them:


https://github.com/arangodb/arangodb/issues


You can use our Google group for improvements, feature requests, comments:


https://www.arangodb.com/community


StackOverflow is great for questions about AQL, usage scenarios etc.


https://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/arangodb


To chat with the community and the developers we offer a Slack chat:


https://slack.arangodb.com/