Betfair, one of the world’s largest international online sports betting providers, was looking for non-relational database options to power their consumer-facing web and mobile businesses. In this keynote session, attendees will hear how Betfair came to choose Couchbase, and create and deploy the product into operation in Betfair’s production systems.
Alistair will talk about how Skyscanner scaled one of its flight search APIs from 100,000 searches a day to over 3 million, and how Skyscanner is using functionality introduced in Couchbase 2.0 to power a brand new product.
In this talk, Amadeus, leading actor of the travel and tourism industry, will describe its IT challenges on the front-office software widely used by world's travel agents and on its core availability processing engine, and show how Couchbase can be an appropriate solution to scale the solutions further with increased performance, robustness and ease of operationability.
Learn primary differences between RDBMS and NoSQL, covering basic and slightly more complex models. Using keys and documents for design patterns, and how to think differently about data.
See example JSON document schemas, learn data access techniques, and how to model object relationships to best take adavantage of Couchbase's low latency document access, as well as the powerful map reduce query functionality. The session will include code snippets in popular development languages.
Part one of a presentation and discussion on the various aspects of deploying, testing, operating and maintaining Couchbase in a clustered environment while serving the real-time requests of an interactive software application with very stringent uptime requirements. Topics to include deployment architectures and considerations, monitoring, scaling out, backup/restore and failure scenarios.
Part two of a presentation and discussion on the various aspects of deploying, testing, operating and maintaining Couchbase in a clustered environment while serving the real-time requests of an interactive software application with very stringent uptime requirements. Topics to include deployment architectures and considerations, monitoring, scaling out, backup/restore and failure scenarios.
In this presentation Chris will talk about what The Hut Group are currently using Couchbase for, why they chose Couchbase over the alternatives available and how it performed over the busiest period of the ecommerce calendar. Then Chris will talk in detail about a new proof of concept that The Hut Group are currently working on using Couchbase 2.0 and Elastic Search to enhance their platform’s search functionality. This will include amongst other things how they are going to tackle real-time data changes and multi-language searching.
Couchbase Server 2.0 transforms Couchbase Server into a document database with the addition of JSON support, indexing and querying, and cross datacenter replication building on to existing capabilities of being easily scalable, consistently high-performant and always on. This session will show a hands-on tour of the product and the underlying architecture.
In the era of cheap disk space, processing power and high bandwidth networks, the constraints that caused our industry to have a near exclusive focus on Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS) have abated. The terminology surrounding NoSQL and BigData are confusing to IT professionals trying to select the right storage for the right problem. The talk will explore the technical reasons you might select one of these new databases, the types of databases available, their correct use and quintessential use cases for them. Also discussed will be the counter indications for them. This is a survey talk for management and developers who are new to NoSQL/BigData/Non-RDBMS.