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  • December 27, 2013
    InfoWorld Scaling and querying large NoSQL databases

    In a scale-out architecture, associated with NoSQL databases, a distributed set of nodes known as a cluster is used as the basic architecture. It provides highly elastic scaling capability, enabling you to add nodes to handle load on the fly. This is the opposite of a scale-up architecture associated with the RDBMs, which adds more resources to a single, larger machine.

  • December 2, 2013
    Database Trends and Applications Trend-Setting Products in Data for 2014

    On the following web pages is DBTA’s list of Trend-Setting Products for 2014. These products, platforms, and services range from widely accepted offerings that continue to evolve to meet the needs of their loyal following to breakthrough technologies that have just released and are in the early stages of adoption. However, they all seek to arm organizations with tools to address rapidly changing market requirements and represent a commitment to innovation.

  • November 22, 2013
    SYS-CON Media Couchbase Named in 2013 Red Herring Global 100

    Couchbase, a leader in NoSQL database technology and the company behind the Couchbase open source project, announced today that it was named on the 2013 Red Herring Global Top 100.

  • November 21, 2013
    Travel Market Report AMADEUS, SABRE ENHANCE SEARCH, SHOPPING FUNCTIONS

    Amadeus signed a strategic partnership agreement with Couchbase, a Mountain View, Calif.-based provider of database technology, to use high-performance data management in order to improve the online travel shopping experience.

  • November 21, 2013
    EnterpriseTech Amadeus Travel Goes Up Tempo with CouchbaseDB
    In the near future, if you search for a flight online, it’s likely that your query will run against Couchbase’s NoSQL database. That’s because Amadeus, the Spanish company that processes many of the world’s flight, hotel, and cruise ship reservation transactions, is in the process of implementing a NoSQL database from Couchbase to streamline the big task of serving real-time airline flight lookups.
  • November 19, 2013
    iArticlez Magazine Amadeus signs on with Couchbase to boost data management
    Following the deal Couchbase will be supporting Amadeus with its availability applications, ensuring that travellers wishing to book fares online will only see prices which are both up-to-date and available for purchase following the search process.
  • November 18, 2013
    EIN News MOBILE DEVELOPER CONFERENCE CHINA 2013 HELD IN BEIJING
    Highlight 1: Famous instructors - The famous guests included Li Deyi, academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering; Baidu's vice president Li Mingyuan; Qualcomm's vice president Shen Jin; Couchbase CEO Bob Wiederhold.
  • November 15, 2013
    TechNode NoSQL Database Company Couchbase is Entering China
    Chinese Internet companies including big names like Tencent and Sina have adopted Couchbase. That’s one of the reasons the company decided to enter the most populous market, especially taking advantage of the mobile app development trend.
  • November 14, 2013
    GigaOm NoSQL startups Couchbase and Basho score some big users

    Travel-industry technology provider Amadeus is working with Couchbase to deploy that database across its customer-facing applications. It’s good news for the NoSQL space because any large companies choosing databases other than MongoDB is validation that they matter and a sign they’ll be around for a while.

  • November 14, 2013
    Incentive Travel & Corporate Meetings Amadeus® partners with open source and NoSQL leader Couchbase to improve online travel shopping

    As part of the agreement, Couchbase and Amadeus will also be working together to introduce more scalability and flexibility to Amadeus’ service-oriented architecture (SOA) across its broader existing product line. This will provide an opportunity to build new products and applications, or extend existing product portfolios.

  • November 12, 2013
    Market Wired Couchbase to Launch 'JSON Anywhere' Mobile Strategy in China

    The Couchbase JSON Anywhere strategy is targeted at mobile application developers who want to create highly responsive, data-centric applications that are always available regardless of network connectivity. JSON Anywhere means: JSON on the device, JSON on the wire, and JSON in the cloud.

  • November 8, 2013
    MyNoSQL Forbes Top 10 Most Funded Big Data Startups

    Couchbase $56 Document-oriented database

  • November 7, 2013
    InfoWorld 2014 will be the year of data

    In the big data space, there was plenty of money to go around: $50 million to Hortonworks, $45 million to DataStax, $25 million to Couchbase, and so on. 

  • October 18, 2013
    Business Insider QUIT YOUR JOB: 17 Startups You Should Bet Your Career On

    Couchbase has over 350 high-paying customers and hsa seen a lot of growth—a 400% sales increase at the end of August. It also recently announced a new mobile strategy that makes it the first vendor with a NoSQL database for mobile devices.

  • October 17, 2013
    Datanami KuroBase Offering Couchbase in the Cloud

    Among the key reasons that businesses turn to a NoSQL database, in addition to scalability and performance, is ease of use and development. Ease of use just got easier for businesses looking to move to the Couchbase NoSQL platform, as Silicon Valley-based KuroBase launches its new Couchbase as a service offering.

  • October 17, 2013
    EFY Times 10 Best Open Source Data Center And Cloud Software

    Unlike majority of relational databases, Couchbase Server does not compel you to create a schema before you insert data in it. Memcached library is one unique attribute of Couchbase Server, which allows developers to flawlessly transition from a memcached environment and get data replication, durability, and zero application downtime.

  • October 16, 2013
    GigaOm A new startup called KuroBase is doing Couchbase as a service

    If you’ve ever wanted to use the Couchbase NoSQL database but didn’t feel like managing servers, a San Mateo, Calif.-based startup called KuroBase says it has you covered with its new service.

  • October 15, 2013
    Silicon Angle NoSQL Market Snapshot: Past, Present, and Future

    Over the past few years, NoSQL has gained significant traction and has become the database type of choice for many organizations. As the name implies, NoSQL is defined by what it is not. This makes the term very generic, as technically, any database that is not written in the SQL language could be NoSQL.

  • October 2, 2013
    GoMo News Why NoSQL is important for mobile app developers

    As Bob Wiederhold explained to GoMo News, with NoSQL technology you can squeeze a pretty powerful database onto the storage space available on a typical smartphone or tablet. How do you keep the information in the database with truly up-to-date data? How do you store the database data in the cloud so that you don’t lose it? The answer is a decent synchronisation engine and that’s exactly what Couchbase has got with its Sync Gateway.

  • September 27, 2013
    Forbes Are Alien Vault And Couchbase Headed Towards 2016 IPOs?

    Couchbase seems to be on a faster growth trajectory. On September 14, it announced “a new mobile strategy with tools that make it the first vendor with a native NoSQL database for mobile devices.” And Couchbase’s mobile business model is pretty clear. As Wiederhold explained, “The database is free and we will charge customers for the synch gateway that enables them to connect mobile devices to the cloud.”

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