Tag: ycsb

Do More With Couchbase Capella™ on 6 Nodes Than MongoDB Atlas on 18 Nodes

Do More With Couchbase Capella™ on 6 Nodes Than MongoDB Atlas on 18 Nodes

Altoros, a global IT service provider that has been comparing databases for several decades, recently released their latest independent benchmark comparing the DBaaS offerings from Couchbase and MongoDB, leveraging the YCSB standard for NoSQL database benchmarking. This blog summarizes their...

July 14, 2022
Reduce TCO By 10x Using Couchbase 7.1 For Large Multi-Terabyte Databases

Reduce TCO By 10x Using Couchbase 7.1 For Large Multi-Terabyte Databases

Store hundreds of terabytes of JSON data and query in milliseconds with Couchbase 7.1. Our new storage engine in 7.1, Couchbase Magma, makes Couchbase the most cost-effective and performant database, lowering TCO. With Magma storage engine, Couchbase 7.1 becomes the...

May 12, 2022
It’s the Workload, Stupid!

It’s the Workload, Stupid!

As an application architect, eventually, you’d have to choose the database or database as a service (DBaaS) to power your newest application or a micro-service. Selecting one of the databases among relational databases was easier.  The use cases were roughly...

November 14, 2018

YCSB-JSON: Implementation for Couchbase and MongoDB

YCSB is a great benchmarking tool built to be easily extended by any driver which supports and implements basic operations like: insert, read, update, delete and scan. Plain synthetic data introduced by YCSB fits this paradigm perfectly. But when it comes...

October 6, 2018
Using YCSB to Benchmark JSON Databases

Using YCSB to Benchmark JSON Databases

Bruce Lindsay once said, “There are three things important in the database world: Performance, Performance, and Performance”.  Most enterprise architects know, as we progress in database features and architectures, it’s important to measure performance in an open way so they can compare...

September 10, 2018