Results for: mongodb

Couchbase @ Ziniki : The odyssey to find “Find”

Ziniki Infrastructure Systems built their integration tier on top of Couchbase, because the combination of document storage with incremental mapreduce gave them a powerful way to query data. In this blog, Gareth Powell, founder and architect at Ziniki, describes his...

Cost of Computing, Large Energy Consumption, Massive Cost of Running Data Center… AND How Couchbase can Help You Lower All

I spent the last few years at a number of companies with large computational needs. Both at Microsoft’s Azure and Twitter, cost of computation (a.k.a the $s it takes to run your systems) was a key metric of success. It...

April 14: The Week in Couchbase NoSQL

April 14: The Week in Couchbase NoSQL Hello all, here is the new week in review for Couchbase Community events and other happenings in case you missed it when it happened! Check back in every week for the latest blogs...

December 16, 2014

Surprises in our NoSQL adoption survey

Today we shared some results from a survey we conducted a few weeks ago to assess the current state of NoSQL adoption. Though we originally ran the survey to gather data for planning purposes, we found the data so interesting...

December 16, 2014

The NoSQL Cage Match: Round 2

Architecture matters. A lot. Thumbtack Technology today reported results from its latest benchmark comparison of MongoDB, Cassandra DataStax, and Couchbase Server. Couchbase crushed the competition: 1.71M operations per second with sub-millisecond latency on read-heavy workloads, compared to just 227K for...

Topology: The Architecture of Distributed Systems

You can’t judge a book by its cover, but you can judge the architecture of a distributed system by its topology. If two distributed systems are equally effective, is the one with the simpler topology the one with the better...

When Big Data is Slow

The key to being successful in big data initiatives is being able to manage the speed, scale and structure at sub-millisecond speed. Big Data is a big term. It encompasses concepts about data types, dozens of different technologies to manage...

Why MySQL 5.6 is no real threat to NoSQL

Over the past couple of days a number of people have asked my opinion of the latest MySQL 5.6 release. For those who haven’t seen the news, Oracle announced its first major MySQL release in two years. Since NoSQL has...

December 16, 2014

Wicked Easy .NET and NoSQL with Couchbase Server

NoSQL doesn’t have to be difficult.  Generally speaking, it isn’t.  But admittedly, and especially on Windows, it’s not always as clean as it could be.  Each database has its challenges.  Some are difficult to install.  Some are difficult to configure....

Couchbase 102: Q & A

In our ongoing training series, a number of questions come up each time, I list them out with their respective answers below! Couchbase 102 – SDK Operations Operations Concepts By Language: https://github.com/couchbaselabs/DeveloperDay Q: Are these operations the same for mobile applications?...

December 6, 2013