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Moving From Relational to NoSQL whitepaper

Addressing cost, reliability, & performance challenges


How companies offload Oracle workloads to Couchbase

Amadeus uses Couchbase in applications that process petabytes of data at over 2.5M operations per second. With Couchbase, Amadeus is able to handle peak workloads and unexpected spikes while avoiding the cost and complexity of scaling a relational database.

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As part of its legacy modernization efforts, Marriott is using Couchbase to offload room availability and reservations workloads from a backend mainframe. Making the move to Couchbase enables Marriott to achieve 4,000 transactions per second and offer new services, even as the company reduces related costs.

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Nuance decided to switch to NoSQL because its monolithic all-Oracle environment was expensive to scale and inflexible for varied data. MongoDB™ was too hard to manage, but Couchbase was perfect for easy, cost-effective performance at scale and bidirectional replication.

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Global e-commerce company eBay uses Couchbase to store user authentication tokens and session state. By storing short-lived data in a memory-optimized database, Couchbase enables eBay to boost application performance for 110B Couchbase calls per day while reducing load on the relational database.

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