What's wrong with ArangoDB?

At first glance it seems a decent solution. But neither here nor on habré there is almost nothing about it, except for references in the list of graph databases. What's wrong with her?
June 3rd 19 at 19:18
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June 3rd 19 at 19:20
It's all fine. Develops, has its own community, and a small ecosystem. Employers (foreign) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

But neither here nor on habré there is almost nothing about it, except for references in the list of graph databases. What's wrong with her?
Her, hebrom not quite true: there are authors who carry arms, despite the fact that usually write the articles are not on advanced technologies and new knowledge;
there are well-established trends, which will tear the throat (same SQL);
most readers and writers of our compatriots. You know that our country, despite all the television messages backward in technical, technological and other plans;
the imposition of any Patriotic views (all that to us comes from the West - the essence of evil), also gives a precipitate. Therefore, many are not looking I love that this us or with the participation of our programmers (zabbix, nginx, postgresql, sphinx, ...).
June 3rd 19 at 19:22
What with ArangoDB right? You like personally? Then tell me how it came. After all, this is only one of more than 225 NoSQL databases.
June 3rd 19 at 19:24
everything is so

one of the two or three ( more Orient, and Neo4j) graph, the language is better than Neo4j, the volume occupied by the data is less than two times (2017, since neo made some steps may not be so)

a little - because few people even know about graph ( SSA graphql "recall" on this issue), and the concept of joints data in the era of microservices is also not so widespread

for purely same Noclu and Sklu Arango loses the classics

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