What is Orchestrate?

Orchestrate makes databases simple by powering full-text search, events, graph, and K/V storage behind a REST API.


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We’re Gonna Need a Bigger Boat

04.20.2015

Bigger Boat

We’ve always tried to make the Orchestrate blog a combination of developer-focused how-to’s explaining big features like geo-spatial support, improvements to Elasticsearch or our new full-text searchable events feature and a place to mark off important Orchestrate milestones such as new product launches or funding. This blog post is a perfect combination of the two…

Orchestrate is Now Live in the CenturyLink Cloud Blueprints Ecosystem

03.05.2015

blueprints

As  interest from enterprise customers began to increase in late 2014, we decided to run some benchmarks on CenturyLink Cloud and take it through its paces. The results pleasantly surprised us and should make the users of competing cloud providers take notice. Not only did Centurylink Cloud perform consistently better than the biggest providers on…

Add Simple Version Control to Your Applications

02.09.2015

Rewinding history

These days users switch between multiple devices, collaborate remotely with co-workers and even participate in crowd curated content. From a database perspective, there are plenty of ways to potentially overwrite data. Though we’ve built into Orchestrate some features to avoid duplicate writes, there are still applications that benefit from looking through previous versions. For example,…

Reduce Database Operations and Development Costs with Orchestrate

01.30.2015

What is Orchestrate?

The following is an abbreviated version of our long-form white paper, Understanding Orchestrate’s Database Service. Download it now to learn more about how you can empower your development team and save up to 80% on your overall database operations. Today’s applications require far richer data than what can be quickly and reliably delivered from relational…

Introducing Orcli, the Orchestrate CLI

01.16.2015

gorc

I love command-line interfaces. You can do such cool stuff with them! Thanks to the vast ecosystem of command-line utilities, and the ubiquity of pipes, you can quickly tie together existing tools to address whatever you need. Say I want to upload the contents of every JSON file in a directory. With some simple BASH…