Couchbase Buzz

  • August 28, 2013
    peHUB Couchbase Raises $25M in Round Led by Adams Street

    Couchbase, a leader in NoSQL database technology and the company behind the Couchbase open source project, today announced that it has closed a $25 million Series D funding round led by Adams Street Partners and joined by existing investors Accel Partners, Mayfield Fund, North Bridge Venture Partners, and Ignition Partners.

  • August 28, 2013
    IVCPOST NoSQL Couchbase pools additional USD25 million

    NoSQL database startup Couchbase raised USD25 million in Series D funding round. The amount raised from the funding round would be for development of the software product's features and expansion to Indian, Chinese and South American markets. Adam Street Partners led the round, where existing investors Mayfield Fund, Accel Partners Ignition Partners and North Bridge venture Partners also participated.

  • August 28, 2013
    DevOpsANGLE Couchbase Raises $25 Million to Drive NoSQL Product Into Enterprise and Beyond

    NoSQL database and thought-leader Couchbase has just announced a $25 million round of funding to expand into enterprise growth in series D funding. This comes amid huge sales increases for the company of over 400% and will allow them to reach out into even more sectors–the database is already known to be used by enterprise giants such as AOL, Cisco, LinkedIn, Orbitz and Salesforce.com.

  • August 28, 2013
    CNNMoney Venture capital deals

    Couchbase, a Mountain View, Calif.-based provider of NoSQL database technology, has raised $25 million in Series D funding. Adams Street Partners led the round, and was joined by return backers Accel Partners, Mayfield Fund, North Bridge Venture Partners and Ignition Partners.

  • August 28, 2013
    San Francisco Business Times Couchbase raises $25 million for database technology

    Couchbase has closed a $25 million Series D round of funding led by Adams Street Partners. The round brings the total raised by the company to $55 million.

  • August 28, 2013
    Data Center Knowledge NoSQL Leader Couchbase Raises $25 Million

    Sales have grown more than 400 percent and the company has won several high-visibility competitive enterprise accounts. Couchbase has been known to be used by companies such as AOL, Cisco, LinkedIn, Orbitz and Salesforce.com.  Couchbase will use the funds to expand international sales and marketing operations as well as support key strategic product initiatives.

  • August 28, 2013
    VentureBeat NoSQL startup Couchbase raises $25M with sales up 400%

    The company is one of a handful that is taking on Oracle’s relational database. Couchbase and NoSQL rival DataStax claim to handle higher volumes of data at faster speeds than traditional SQL databases.

  • August 20, 2013
    Tools Journal We Win In Scalability & Performance Area Among Top NoSQL Databases Says Couchbase CEO
  • July 30, 2013
    Linux Insider Couchbase's Bob Wiederhold: Riding High on Big Data with NoSQL
  • July 26, 2013
    Business Software Couchbase: Scalability, Performance and Ease For Documented-Oriented NoSQL Databases
  • June 28, 2013
    Database Journal Couchbase 2.1 Improves Open Source NoSQL Database Health
  • June 28, 2013
    InformationWeek Couchbase Takes On Oracle, MongoDB And Cassandra
  • June 27, 2013
    GigaOm Prepare for change! This is not your father's database industry
  • June 26, 2013
    Investorplace.com Should I buy Oracle? 3 Pros, 3 Cons
  • June 26, 2013
    ZDNet Couchbase 2.1 GAs
  • June 12, 2013
    Integration Developer News Talend, Couchbase Team Up to Ease Adoption of NoSQL for Big Data Solutions
  • June 11, 2013
    The VAR Guy Talend and Couchbase Partner on Open Source NoSQL for Big Data
  • April 11, 2013
    CRN Big Data 100: Data Management
  • April 8, 2013
    LeMagit NoSQL : des entreprises US affûtent leur stratégie en Europe
  • April 1, 2013
    IT Trends & Analysis Big Data, NoSQL, MySQL And Other DBMS Mythconceptions

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