February 24-26, 2016
Montreal, Canada

OrientDB, go fast in a graph world.

Relational databases have been the center of the world for many years although they suffer from a prefixed schema you have to adhere to. Now you have a choice: using a NoSQL database.
OrientDB is a NoSQL, multimodel and amazingly fast database since it can store 220,000 records per second on common hardware. This talk will show you some graph theory and the main advantages of using a graph database such as OrientDB.

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Andrea Giuliano


Andrea is a software engineer thirsty of interests about all science matter.
He is addicted to different programming languages from high to low level using them for algorithmic optimization, operating systems and distributed systems.
Evangelist of good design he’s a conference speaker and a proud open source developer.

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