Presentations

Orbitz Takes Off with Couchbase

Orbitz Takes Off with Couchbase

Orbitz’s leading travel website books hotels, flights, and car rentals. It is one of the most active sites in its market, logging millions of flight and hotel searches on an average day. Facing scalability and performance challenges with its relational database, as well as soaring costs and reliability issues with its caching layer, Orbitz turned to open source NoSQL technology. In this session, Orbitz will share how they replaced their caching tier with Couchbase, using Couchbase Server extensively across their site to achieve astronomical results in terms of scalability, reliability, performance, and cost savings.

EdSense: Couchbase at McGraw Hill

EdSense: Couchbase at McGraw Hill

McGraw-Hill Education continues to innovate, transforming education from a textbook-based model to a next-generation, fully-digital, interactive and self-adapting learning portal model. Learn how McGraw-Hill Education combines Couchbase Server 2.0 with ElasticSearch to build rich applications and learning aids for professors and students.

Couchbase at LinkedIn

Couchbase at LinkedIn

Learn how LinkedIn built a durable and scalable index for it's metrics visualization engine using couchbase. When LinkedIn needed a high performance store for a company-wide internal service it picked Couchbase to deliver 400k operations a second on only four servers (9:16 on the video).

Couchbase in Social Gaming (User Panel)

Couchbase in Social Gaming (User Panel)

A conversation with industry leaders experienced in scaling social games. Hear about challenges of finding hit games early in the growth cycle. When should you roll out a new database strategy? Are developers who are moving from stand-alone games to cloud-connected games sufficiently versed in web-scaling best practices?

Using NoSQL to Replace a Caching Tier (User Panel)

Using NoSQL to Replace a Caching Tier (User Panel)

As the industry builds out the next generation of applications on contemporary databases like Couchbase, we also need to extend the life of and incrementally improve the response times and capabilities of existing applications. A quick, simple approach is integration of a simple caching layer. After getting the high-octante fuel from caching to keep going, the turbocharger can later be bolted on in the form of more Couchbase features such as persistence and replication of data moved out of the traditional store. In this caching panel, you'll hear about caching and further use of Couchbase from current users.

Why Every Couchbase Deployment should be Paired with Hadoop

Why Every Couchbase Deployment should be Paired with Hadoop

We ask much more of our data than ever before. Not only does it need to be available in under a millisecond when requested, but we also want to be able to extract every last bit of intelligence from the data to make decisions which make our applications more effective. The combination of Couchbase Server and Cloudera's distribution of Hadoop simplify the development of these simple, fast, scalable applications backed with the ability to create value from big data. In this session Matt Ingenthron of Couchbase and Daniel Templeton of Cloudera will both show and talk about what is possible with this combination.

Building a Business-Class Cloud Content Management System on Couchbase

Building a Business-Class Cloud Content Management System on Couchbase

Content is at the core of every business. Whether you are updating a contract in legal or launching a product in marketing, you’re managing content. The old world of ECM and traditional CMS architectures were built on relational databases. But today, if you were to build a modern CMS, would you do it the same? This presentation will look at how NoSQL and Couchbase specifically is a core component of a modern CMS architecture. We will

  • Discuss the extreme demand modern applications places on the database
  • Provide details of a cloud benchmark using Couchbase

Evaluating NoSQL Databases for Your Project

Evaluating NoSQL Databases for Your Project

It's never an easy task to find the best fit when you are looking for a third party solution. This applies to the emerging NoSQL world as well given the choices that exist. In this session we will present the evaluation process and principles at Tencent Boston that we went through to successfully adopt NoSQL and Couchbase in particular. The presentation will discuss both the database technology used as well as performance benchmarks that were run to ensure operationally success.

How Sabre is Using NoSQL Technology to Reduce Mainframe Costs

How Sabre is Using NoSQL Technology to Reduce Mainframe Costs

Sabre Travel Network® operates the world’s largest travel marketplace, connecting travel buyers and sellers through the Sabre® global distribution system (GDS). It connects more than 350,000 travel professionals to more than 400 airlines, 93,000 hotels, 25 car rental brands, 50 rail providers, 13 cruise lines and other global travel suppliers. More than 300 million people purchase airline tickets through this channel annually. The enterprise architecture team at Sabre is chartered with migrating user session functionality from legacy mainframes and providing an enterprise-level distributed framework that offers high reliability and horizontal scalability In this session, Sabre architects will share how NoSQL technology fits into their core infrastructure, and how they evaluated and benchmarked Couchbase Server to ensure it met TPS, latency, and consistency requirements.

The Quest for Stability, Scalability, and Visiblity

The Quest for Stability, Scalability, and Visiblity

Tapjoy is a mobile advertising and publishing platform that allows users to select personalized advertisements with which to engage for virtual currency or premium content. With more than 600 million mobile users spanning more than 20,000 applications, TapJoy faced significant scalability and performance requirements. In this session, TapJoy will share its DevOps journey, highlighting early decisions, operational challenges, and lessons learned as they evolved to their current stack, which includes Couchbase among other technologies.