In this report, Altoros compares the architecture of three leading NoSQL databases: MongoDB, DataStax Enterprise, and Couchbase Server.
How does Couchbase compare to DataStax and MongoDB when it comes to operations per second? See Thumbtack Inc’s performance test results to find out.
Application requirements have fundamentally changed, and traditional RDBMS technology has failed to keep pace. As a result, the use of NoSQL technology is rising rapidly. Massive change is underway, disrupting the database status quo.
With the explosion of rich multimedia content and data, proliferation of ever more powerful smartphones and tablets, and plethora of mobile apps available in the market, mobile app developers are constantly seeking out new ways to drive app adoption. Mobile apps are becoming very data-driven in nature, as it is really the content and continuous access to that content that truly differentiates the best apps that succeed in the market from those that don’t. There is a new breed on mobile apps that’s quickly becoming the norm: apps that are always-available and always-responsive even when the network is down or slow. Download this white paper to find out how to use Couchbase Mobile to build always-available offline apps that will improve your apps’ user experience.
Mission critical applications need a database that is always on. While intra-cluster replication helps with server failures giving you high availability, your system still remains at risk from catastrophic failures. You may also need a way to improve the response time for users when they are globally distributed by replicating information closer to them.
The unique architecture of Couchbase Server allows for easy scalability, consistent high performance, flexible data model and always-on 24x365 characteristics. In this paper we'll explore the internal components and design of Couchbase Server in detail.
Couchbase Server 2.0 supports cross datacenter replication (XDCR), providing an easy way to replicate data from one cluster to another for disaster recovery as well as better data locality. This whitepaper describes how XDCR works in Couchbase Server including the difference between intra-cluster replication and cross datacenter replication, various XDCR topologies, and use cases where XDCR is beneficial.
Unlike traditional relational databases, Couchbase Server, a NoSQL database, provides easy scalability, consistent high performance, always-on 24x365 operations, and a flexible data model. Couchbase powers some of the most popular social and mobile games from companies like Zynga, EA, Tencent, Shuffle Master and many others. In this whitepaper, we’ll explore the database capabilities that have made Couchbase Server the preferred database for social and mobile games.
In this benchmark report from Altoros Systems, the performance of Couchbase Server, MongoDB, and Cassandra are compared by simulating workloads of interactive web applications.