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  • Dezember 12, 2014
    ZDNet ​Why 2015 will be big for NoSQL databases: Couchbase CEO

    Next year could mark a shift away from the ad hoc adoption of NoSQL, with firms starting to use the technology in earnest to replace relational databases. Some three-quarters of production deployments of open-source document-oriented Couchbase already involve replacing legacy relational systems, according to the NoSQL database company's CEO, Bob Wiederhold.

  • November 18, 2014
    ITProPortal Why NoSQL is more than the cherry on top of the cake
    How do you define the success of a technology implementation? Should it be judged by how it helps to add short-term value in certain individual areas of business? Or should the yardstick be its ability to enable your entire organisation to take a giant leap forward? Clearly, it’s not possible for every piece of hardware or software introduced within a business to have a revolutionary, transformative impact.
  • November 18, 2014
    ODBMS Industry watch On Mobile Data Manage - Interview With Bob Wiederhold

    I have interviewed Bob Wiederhold, President and Chief Executive Officer of Couchbase.

    “We see mobile rapidly emerging as a core requirement for data management. Any vendor who is serious about being a leader in the next generation database market, has to have a mobile strategy.” –Bob Wiederhold.

  • November 7, 2014
    OpenPR Altoros and Couchbase to Introduce and Scoring Framework for Custom Evaluation of NoSQL Data Stores

    The 2014 NoSQL tech report—to be presented to the public on 11/6—contains an in-depth scoring framework for custom evaluation of NoSQL data stores. It also provides a sample architecture analysis of Cassandra, MongoDB and Couchbase (21 criteria).

  • Oktober 30, 2014
    TechTarget Couchbase Server 3.0 targets enterprise needs with tunable memory

    Version 3.0 of the Couchbase NoSQL database adds tunable memory capabilities, a streaming replication protocol, and other features designed to ease enterprise development and boost performance.

  • Oktober 27, 2014
    InfoQ Couchbase to Replace its Storage Engine with Homegrown ForestDB

    Couchbase expects some serious performance gains when this beta product is incorporated into a shipping product. Additionally, ForestDB lays the foundation for offering Transaction/ACID support in future versions of Couchbase. Code for ForestDB is available on github. InfoQ caught up with Cihan Biyikoglu, Director of Product Management at Couchbase.

  • Oktober 21, 2014
    Channelnomics Vormetric and Couchbase Join Forces

    Vormetric and Couchbase have announced a partnership to deliver data-at-rest security for scalable, high-performance NoSQL environments. The two firms said Vormetric - which provides data security for physical, big data, public, private and hybrid cloud environments - enhances the existing security features already available from Couchbase - an NoSQL provider.

  • Oktober 20, 2014
    San Francisco Business Times Vormetric and Couchbase Partner to Deliver Data-at-Rest Security for Scalable, High Performance NoSQL Environments

    Vormetric, a leader in enterprise data security for physical, big data, public, private and hybrid cloud environments, today announced their partnership with Couchbase, the company that delivers the world's most complete, most scalable and best performing NoSQL database.

  • Oktober 10, 2014
    Application Development Trends New Couchbase Server, SDKs Tout 'Developer Empowerment'

    Numerous Big Data-related moves made by NoSQL database vendor Couchbase Inc. this week included releases of a new version of its flagship Couchbase Server and new SDKs aiming to provide "developer empowerment."

  • Oktober 10, 2014
    Eweek Couchbase Launches v3.0 of Its NoSQL Database

    NoQSL database provider Couchbase has unveiled a 3.0 version of its Couchbase Server, a release the CEO says is its most significant to date. Couchbase 3.0 introduces more than 200 new features and enhancements, including major extensions to its core architecture that improve the scalability, reliability and performance of the distributed database, CEO Bob Wiederhold told eWEEK.

  • Oktober 9, 2014
    Virtual Strategy Couchbase and Xamarin Announce General Availability of Couchbase Lite for .NET

    Couchbase, Inc., provider of the most complete NoSQL database, and Xamarin, the company that empowers developers to build fully native mobile apps across all major platforms, today announced general availability of the jointly developed Couchbase Lite for .NET. Couchbase Lite is the world’s first and only full featured, flexible, embedded, JSON database that runs locally on the device and is built from the ground up for mobile devices.

  • Oktober 7, 2014
    Wall Street PR Wipro Limited (ADR)(NYSE:WIT) And Couchbase Enter Into Strategic Partnership To Bring NoSQL to Enterprises

    According to reports, Wipro Limited (ADR)(NYSE:WIT) and Couchbase have decided to form a strategic partnership in order to bring high-performance NoSQL to enterprises. As per the information, Couchbase has announced a reseller agreement and global system integrator with WIT.

  • Oktober 6, 2014
    Info World Couchbase readies next-generation NoSQL storage engine

    Couchbase, creator of a commercial variant of the NoSQL CouchDB database, has earned praise for giving MongoDB -- and CouchDB -- stiff competition. But Couchbase isn't resting on its laurels, so the new Couchbase Server 3.0 sports two major new features -- and one preview of an upcoming feature -- designed to improve performance and make Couchbase a more attractive NoSQL solution.

  • Oktober 6, 2014
    CMS Wire Couchbase Claims It'll Lead the NoSQL Market by 2015

    Don’t tell Oracle's Larry Ellison, but NoSQL databases are the future of the enterprise. Yesterday’s databases weren’t built to handle today’s avalanches of data streaming from social, mobile, web transactions, the Internet of Things and God knows what’s next.

  • Oktober 2, 2014
    GigaOM Couchbase replaces its storage engine with homegrown ForestDB

    NoSQL vendor Couchbase has built a data store called ForestDB that will underpin future versions of the company’s database offerings, and the company says it’s faster than the Google-built LevelDB or the Facebook-built RocksDB. ForestDB is open source and currently in beta mode, which means it won’t be included in the 3.0 version of the company’s flagship Couchbase Server slated to be released next week at its annual user conference.

  • Oktober 1, 2014
    Telerik Powerful NoSQL JSON Database Support in Your Hybrid Apps with the Couchbase Lite Verified Cordova Plugin

    Modern applications demand more out of their backend databases. For example, today a small application can easily scale to a million users and require a flexible data model. NoSQL has been the solution developers have turned to when they need to address these Big Data requirements.

  • September 22, 2014
    Dr. Dobbs Couchbase's NoSQL Spring Investment Plan

    Couchbase has released Spring Data Couchbase Integration, a move heralded as a continuation of the NoSQL database company's investment in the integration of Couchbase Server into the Spring ecosystem.

  • September 20, 2014
    DZone - NoSQL Zone Couchbase Java SDK 2.0.0 Beta 2

    Shortly after the first beta release, I'm very happy to announce the second beta release of the Java/JVM SDK release train nicknamed Armstrong. It contains both the core package "core-io" 1.0.0-beta2 as well as the Java SDK 2.0.0-beta2.

  • September 10, 2014
    ADT Mag Couchbase Server Integrated with Spring Framework Targets Java Developers

    Couchbase this week announced the integration of its Couchbase Server NoSQL document database with the Spring Framework. The resulting Spring Data Couchbase provides Java developers with "a familiar and consistent programming model" for building JVM-based systems and applications that run on the company's database, the company said.

  • September 4, 2014
    DZone - NoSQL Zone Couchbase .NET SDK 1.3.9 Released!

    Today we released a very minor version 1.3.9 of the Couchbase .NET SDK with a single patch. With the .NET SDK 2.0 Beta just around the corner, priorities have shifted to 2.0 development and specifically: stamping out major bugs, documentation and the new example applications.

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