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I have been looking around an architecture for my backend services that needs to be developed using open source technology.

A Node JS with Express is an option for REST-API.

However, what about the middle tier between express controllers and Postgres SQL Server?

I am keen to make this middle tier as an ORM connecting with SQL The main question that I have in my mind is which ORM I should be using with NODE JS Express.

I have been fiddling around various options, and everyone gives their own opinion with some limitation within.

There are three frameworks that I have got to know during the research:

What is my need:

  1. An ORM that support what RDMS has to offer.
  2. It should support Postgres.
  3. Minimal learning curve.
  4. Easy to integrate with Node/ Express
  5. Good documentations and community support.
  6. At some point I will be using Memcached (http://memcached.org/) that it should be compatible with.

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What is your thoughts on your selection?

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  • I'm not sure about the last point, but sequelizejs seems to satisfy all o the rest. I had used it in a project when I was starting off with NodeJS (I am a Django guy mostly). A very good thing about sequelizejs is that it supports a lot of dbms's – Ranveer May 29 '16 at 18:51
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It seems you have a lot of requirements.

You can try pgo, which is a node.js postgresql dedicatd ORM. It doesn't meet all of your requirements, but you can evaluate it.

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    A good start would be to list the requirements met by your answer. – VicAche Jun 4 '15 at 11:18

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