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Wrap-up: Android Developer Conference – AnDevCon

Wrap-up: Android Developer Conference – AnDevCon

What a thrilling event at the yearly Android Developer Conference, AnDevCon, over at Burlingame, California.  The 4 day workshop/conference show cased some great content for Android Developers just in time for the release of Google Android 5.0 Lollipop version.  The entire...

Facebook Game of Year, Powered by NoSQL

Facebook Game of Year, Powered by NoSQL

Cookie Jam by Social Gaming Network (SGN) is Facebook’s Game of the Year. There is a sweet spot at the intersection of social, mobile, and gaming. It’s an opportunity to leverage instant hyper growth to create and maintain long-term success,...

Internet of Things (IoT), it’s not Big Data

Internet of Things (IoT), it’s not Big Data

That's right. The Internet of Things is not big data. It's continuous data. If big data is an ocean, continuous data is a tributary. And… A tributary does not flow directly into a sea or ocean. Wikipedia Nor does data...

The Internet of Everything, the Pinnacle of Convergence?

The Internet of Everything, the Pinnacle of Convergence?

Is the Internet of Everything the pinnacle of convergence? Yes. Yes it is. It’s where mobile, IoT / M2M, cloud and big data converge. Where? The smart refrigerator. Again (link). IoT / M2M The smart refrigerator generates data. It generates...

Dissecting the NoSQL Benchmark

Dissecting the NoSQL Benchmark

Let's dissect the Fall 2014 NoSQL Benchmark. Apache Cassandra / DataStax Enterprise. MongoDB. Couchbase Server. Go. Hardware   Server (8) Client (32) Processor Intel Xeon E5-2620 V2 (2) Intel Core i5-4440 Memory 64GB 8GB Storage (Data) 100GB SATA 6Gb/s SSD...

Hey, you got your chocolate in my peanut butter!

Hey, you got your chocolate in my peanut butter!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJLDF6qZUX0 Today is, without question, one of the most exciting days of my career – in the top 3 for sure. It is difficult to imagine a marriage of technologies and cultures more right than the merger of Membase and...

December 16, 2014
The Database Cage Match: Redux

The Database Cage Match: Redux

Within every market, a leader emerges. In the 90s, the database market was represented by fierce competition between Sybase, Informix and Oracle. Oracle emerged as the leader. It was a well engineered database, a high performance database, and a general...

Surprises in our NoSQL adoption survey

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
Oracle is no match for today’s apps

Oracle is no match for today’s apps

On Thursday Oracle announced another bad quarter. Oracle blamed sales execution for the miss last quarter, this time it blamed the economy. I’m not so sure. The accelerating shift away from relational databases to new technologies like NoSQL and Hadoop...

December 16, 2014
Poodle bites and ends SSL3

Poodle bites and ends SSL3

SSL version 3 is no longer secure. Recently, a new vulnerability in the SSL v3 protocol called the ‘Poodle attack’ was discovered by folks at Google. At Couchbase, since we take the security of our products seriously, we wanted you...

Span: a London conference about scaling

Span: a London conference about scaling

Last week saw the first edition of Span, a London developer conference all about building scalable systems. 114 developers spent the day listening to eleven speakers, covering topics such as reactive programming, unified logs, the history of Erlang, stream processing,...

Strata Conference

Strata Conference

I attended the Strata Conference last week and although I did not catch the talks, the buzz was definitely in the air on the show floor.    “Machine Learning,” “I am  a Data Scientist” and “we are showing off a...