Getting Started with ArangoDB

ArangoDB: One engine. One query language. Multiple models.
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An overview of everything ArangoDB has to offer.


  • None, this course takes you step by step through everything ArangoDB has to offer.


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However, you can now take your skills to the next level and become an ArangoDB Certified Professional by taking our FREE official exam! Visit the official ArangoDB website for more information on the FREE certification exam.

This course will provide everything you need to get up and running with ArangoDB.

This course introduces you to

  • A brief history of databases

  • The basic AQL syntax

  • Performing CRUD operations with AQL

  • Data modeling

  • Indexing

  • Joins

  • Grouping and Aggregation

  • Graphs

  • An intro to the Foxx Microservices Framework

The second section (coming soon) of this course covers some more advanced and enterprise features including:

  • Smart Joins

  • Smart Graphs

  • Setting up a cluster environment

  • Deployment

  • And more

We hope by the end of this course you will have a better understanding of everything ArangoDB has to offer, what a native multi-model database is, and have the confidence to know when ArangoDB is the best solution for your product.

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone interested in learning about how ArangoDB and its native multi-model database are disrupting the database landscape.

Course content

7 sections53 lectures2h 39m total length
  • Introduction
  • Database Timeline
  • Course Data-set
  • Installation


Developer Relations Engineer
Christopher Woodward
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Chris has over 10 years experience at all angles of technology including service, support, and development. He is also passionate about learning and right now he is focused on improving the learning experience for the ArangoDB community. Chris believes the future is native multi-model and wants to help tell the world.