Moving From Relational to NoSQL whitepaper
Enterprise customers are replacing relational databases with modern NoSQL databases for good reason. Not only are there more flexible demands of data but there’s also a lot of it. Oracle and other legacy/relational databases:
• Are expensive and difficult to scale, which hampers growth
• Fail to deliver data flexibility, making agile development more difficult
• Have a hard time delivering low-latency performance, especially for customer-facing web and mobile applications
Modern databases such as Couchbase are designed to solve these issues.
Top 3 reasons for choosing Couchbase over Oracle
Cost-effective and flexible deployment options
With a flexible JSON-based data model, developers can build applications with agility, and without slowdowns or downtime needed to manage schemas.
Couchbase's large-scale persistence also comes with fully integrated memory-first caching
The requirements of a good caching layer are simplicity and low latency.
Learn more built-in. It also provides a full mobile stack with an embedded database and sync to deliver online/offline mobile experiences.
Scalable platform with high-performance caching
Couchbase is based on a shared-nothing, masterless architecture and memory-to-memory replication. The result is consistent high-throughput performance with sub-millisecond response times at any scale.
Couchbase's built-in cross data center replication (XDCR) makes it easy to set up active-active bidirectional data flow across multiple data centers. Applications can perform reads and writes to the closest data center, improving data latency and availability.
All the features you expect from RDBMS in NoSQL
Couchbase provides theSQL++ query languageGet the familiarity of SQL with the flexibility of JSON.
Learn more, a SQL-compliant language for working with JSON documents, supporting joins, aggregation, CTEs, ACID transactions, and more.
Only Couchbase provides the flexible data models and ACID guarantees that deliver the performance and high availability you’d expect in modern applications, while still offering the best of the relational world.
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How companies offload Oracle and replace workloads on Couchbase
Amadeus uses Couchbase in applications that process petabytes of data at over 7M operations per second and 300K data requests per booking. With Couchbase, Amadeus is able to handle peak workloads and unexpected spikes while avoiding the cost and complexity of scaling an Oracle relational database.
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 4K transactions per second on over 30 million documents and offer new services, even as they reduce costs.
Nuance decided to replace its Oracle relational database with NoSQL because its monolithic environment was expensive to scale and not flexible enough for varied data. MongoDB™ and Cassandra were too hard to manage and lacked key features, but Couchbase was perfect for easy, cost-effective performance at scale and bidirectional replication (for disaster recovery).
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