reduction in licensing fees
digital audience served each month
- SQL Server caused outages and replication issues, while MongoDB was difficult to scale
- User experiences have to work seamlessly across a wide variety of devices and content types
- Hybrid cloud strategy requires easy database portability
- Licensing fees were excessive
- High reliability, simple scalability, and easy manageability
- Flexibility to easily support multiple schemas using JSON documents
- Couchbase is cloud native and deploys in minutes on the leading cloud platforms
- Licensing fees were only 25% of what Gannett paid for SQL Server
We looked at multiple NoSQL options including MongoDB and Cassandra, and we really liked the architecture of Couchbase – the memory-first approach, SQL++, and cross datacenter replication.
Gannett Platform Architecture Lead, Gannett
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