Webinars

How to run NoSQL on top of Oracle, get better performance, and lower costs

How to run NoSQL on top of Oracle, get better performance, and lower costs

Are you thinking about running NoSQL on top of your Oracle database, but not sure where to start? Then this webinar has the answers you need. We’ll show you how leading companies like Digital Insight, Marriott, Tesco, eBay, and Dixons Carphone are using Couchbase with Oracle and other relational databases to improve performance and cut costs for their critical web, mobile, and IoT applications.

Relational to NoSQL: How to Get Started from SQL Server

Relational to NoSQL: How to Get Started from SQL Server

More and more companies, from eBay and PayPal to VISA and Wells Fargo, are choosing NoSQL over relational databases like SQL Server. Why? They need a simpler, more efficient alternative - one that’s easy to scale, provides better performance, and lowers costs.

 

If you’re a developer, architect, or operations engineer looking for a database with built-in failover, partitioning, and replication so you can do away with AlwaysOn Failover Cluster Instances and Availability Groups, or, if you’re looking for a cross-platform database that lets you choose whether to run on Windows or Linux so you’re no longer tied to Windows Server, this webinar will show you how to get started.

First Look: Couchbase Server 4.5 Beta

First Look: Couchbase Server 4.5 Beta

In today’s modern technology infrastructure, the operational database is critical for handling dynamic data in real time – and every day businesses expect it to do even more. Curious to know what’s new in Couchbase Server 4.5 Beta, and how it meets these ever-increasing requirements?

 

Join our webinar as we explore the exciting new features coming in Couchbase Server 4.5. These include memory-optimized global indexes, sub-document API, auto-schema discovery, and security enhancements.

Future of Open Source Survey 2016

Future of Open Source Survey 2016

Please join us to learn the results of the 2016 Future of Open Source Survey. 

Today, open source drives technology and development forward. Its adoption worldwide is visible in companies ranging in size from a single employee to companies like Microsoft and Apple. All of these organizations rely on open source to innovate, reduce development costs, and speed time to market. In this evolving market, important questions remain about open source management, security, policies and procedures, and governance.

The Future of Open Source Survey includes input from new players, established leaders, and influencers across vertical markets and communities. This range of respondents drives broad industry awareness and discussions of key issues.

Please join these industry influencers as they review the top level results from the survey, and bring your questions. 

Jeffrey Hammond - Forrester Research @jhammond
Paul Santinelli - North Bridge @paulsantinelli
Lou Shipley - Black Duck Software @loushipley
Jay Jay Billings - Oak Ridge National Laboratory @jayjaybillings


Follow the conversation on Twitter, using the hashtag #FutureOSS

Building a full stack application with NoSQL, Go, and Angular 2

Building a full stack application with NoSQL, Go, and Angular 2

This 5-part webinar series takes you step-by-step from installing Couchbase to building a full stack application using Couchbase, Go and Angular 2. The application enables organizations to perform safety/quality control compliance using simplified workflows with a social platform interface. You’ll learn how to create workflows, assign team members, snap photos, and leverage the power of collaborative teamwork using Couchbase.

 

Finally! Secure Enterprise Apps that Sync and Scale

Finally! Secure Enterprise Apps that Sync and Scale

The world is growing more mobile every day – for both your customers and your employees. To keep pace, businesses face constant pressure to enhance customer-facing mobile apps, display customer information at the click of a button, keep employee devices always connected, and provide real-time data for all users.

 

Join our webinar to learn how Couchbase is transforming how industry leaders run their businesses. We’ll cover:

 

  • Key requirements for mobile applications, including an embedded database, offline support, multi-platform support, and enterprise security

  • Common use cases addressed by Couchbase Mobile, including offline data access and management, local caching, real-time eventing, and peer-to-peer device communication

  • How companies like GE and Ryanair are using Couchbase Mobile to give their customers a seamless mobile user experience across all their platforms

NoSQL – No (Security) Problem

NoSQL – No (Security) Problem

It’s unmistakable. Organizations both big and small are moving to Big Data because of the information they can gather and leverage. This data is so valuable because of the insights it provides and its ability to better position the company with the customer as well as the board. But these are not the only groups that are interested in Big Data. Criminals, miscreants and evildoers are also interested in getting their hands on this information to exploit credentials and other secret information for their own gain.

In this session, we will discuss the common security issues that companies must deal with when moving to Big Data, as well as key steps you can take when deploying NoSQL to ensure that Big Data works for you rather than opening additional vulnerabilities in places you may have never considered.

Data Modeling, Data Querying, and NoSQL: A Deep Dive

Data Modeling, Data Querying, and NoSQL: A Deep Dive

In this talk we'll look at how it all starts by getting the data model right and understanding what patterns can help avoid common traps like hot spots and problems with concurrent access. Next we'll cover the new SQL-like languages that allow us to query semi-structured data in a more familiar way, such as N1QL.

 

  • How a flexible data model and structured query language simplifies development
  • Best practices for data modeling — when to embed data; when to reference it
  • How to do SQL-like queries on semi-structured data