About Cox Automotive and Couchbase

HomeNet Automotive, a division of Cox Automotive, is a leading provider of online inventory management and marketing solutions for car dealers. HomeNet deployed Couchbase four years ago because the company needed to scale beyond the 6 million cars it was originally designed for and be able to process anywhere from 50 to 100 million vehicles a day. While the company uses SQL Server hardware, they rely on the speed, flexibility, and dependability of Couchbase to help meet the high-throughput, non-transactional, data requirements. The company first brought in NoSQL as a way to offload operations to Couchbase as a cache and has since made Couchbase the system of record.

About Cox Automotive

Cox Automotive is a leading provider of vehicle remarketing services and digital marketing and software solutions for automotive dealers and consumers. Cox Automotive, a subsidiary of Atlanta-based Cox Enterprises, includes Manheim, Autotrader, Kelley Blue Book, vAuto, NextGear Capital, and a host of global businesses and brands serving customers such as auto dealers, manufacturers and financial institutions. Headquartered in Atlanta, Cox Automotive employs nearly 24,000 employees in over 150 locations worldwide. The company partners with more than 40,000 dealers, as well as most major automobile manufacturers, and touches over 67 percent of all car buyers in the U.S. with the most recognized brands in the industry. Cox Automotive unites more than 20 brands in this space, providing an end-to-end solution to transform the way people buy and sell cars every day.

 

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Couchbase and Cox Automotive

Couchbase and Cox Automotive

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