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As a leading medical technology company, BD is constantly looking for new ways to improve diagnostics and the delivery of health care. In the case of Type 2 diabetes, a major obstacle to optimized treatment has been the lack of individualized data. It’s too difficult for patients to collect the data, and even when they do, doctors don’t have the time to sort through it all. BD’s innovative solution is a mobile patient app and clinician portal built on Couchbase and Couchbase Mobile. The solution uses connected medical devices and a mobile app to automatically log real-time data on a patient’s insulin and glucose levels, activities, meals, and location. Based on the data, the mobile app provides patients with customized alerts and recommendations. The clinician portal collects all the data and presents it to doctors in an efficient format for making diagnoses and determining the best course of treatment. Couchbase provides the offline capabilities of the patient application and secure synchronization of patient data from the medical IoT devices to the cloud. BD chose Couchbase because Couchbase made it extremely easy to launch the app and portal and to add rules over time as the solution evolved.
Betfair, one of the world’s largest international online sports betting providers uses transactional data and operational monitoring in a smattering of applications that serve over 30,000 markets. Historically, their applications have run on Oracle, which they felt was reliable and well known, but had a few issues including impedance mismatch with object-oriented languages and scaling, among others. The company turned to NoSQL for its scalability, fast lookups, integration with continuous delivery, and ultimately, reduced time to delivery. Teams throughout the company began using a multitude of different NoSQL databases including MongoDB, Cassandra, HBase, CouchDB, Redis, and Memcached. In 2013, the company began to question whether the NoSQL solutions they had chosen were the optimal fit for the applications they were being deployed for. They started their investigation by evaluating all NoSQL solutions, adding Couchbase into the mix, and discovered that Cassandra was one of the solutions that was not a good fit for their use case. Couchbase replaced Cassandra in this instance and in their Memcached instance because Couchbase was fast, deterministic, avoided cold cache, and was considered a far better option than their current solution. Couchbase is now Betfair’s strategic document NoSQL solution and processes 30,000 bets per minute, across 140 countries from more than 4 million funded user accounts.
Multinational telecommunications company BT has operations in 180 countries and over 1.5 million subscribers. To keep them happy, the company needs to deliver content at high performance when and where viewers want to access it. With Couchbase’s flexible data model, it can accelerate delivery of new features across all platforms while easily scaling to maintain high performance regardless of spikes in demand.
Backpack EMR was born in 2014 after a trip to Peru gave the company’s founder insight into the medical experience of rural communities. To increase efficiency, cut costs, and streamline operations while improving patient care, Backpack EMR provides mobile clinics with critical technology that’s missing from most standard patient-tracking solutions. The Backpack EMR system seamlessly manages up to 20 devices and transfers up to 60,000 documents within seconds. To date, Backpack EMR has helped provide healthcare to 50,000 patients across 19 countries.
The mission of Cars.com is to be the leading decision engine that moves people through the car ownership cycle with transparent, fun, and engaging experiences. As the expectations of customers continued to rise, the company realized it needed a better database to manage its data assets, flexibly evolve them for new use cases, quickly serve them to consumers, and easily ingest massive amounts of new data on a regular basis. After a rigorous vendor selection process that included demos, proof-of-concepts, and proposals from five solutions providers, Cars.com selected Couchbase in late 2015 and delivered its first projects into production in 2016. Its first use cases were data-rich vehicle listings for an ever-changing inventory of 5 million vehicles, extremely flexible user profiles, and product data and metrics for both internal and consumer use. One of the reasons Cars.com chose Couchbase was for the ability to quickly release new products, and Couchbase passed that test almost immediately when Cars.com successfully capitalized on an unexpected opportunity to develop a cutting-edge vehicle pricing application. Cars.com also likes that Couchbase is fully aligned with its cloud and SOA strategies and will enable the company to continually exceed customer expectations with more new products in the years to come.
CenterEdge, a POS product provider for 500 global customers in the entertainment industry, began their NoSQL journey in 2012, when their SQL system crashed on Black Friday. After the load spike meltdown, the team determined that a cloud migration was the next step in their journey. They started by using Couchbase Server to address traffic upsurges — first as a cache and then moving into persistent storage and finally out of SQL altogether. By 2015, CenterEdge had become a beta customer for the latest version of Couchbase and have been at the forefront of N1QL users making operations and development easy in practice and transition. Today, CenterEdge relies on Couchbase for best-in-class analytics in a matter of milliseconds and is in the process of moving completely over to Couchbase from SQL.
One of Cisco’s many industry solutions is VSRM (a video session and resource manager application), which cable companies use to enable their broadcast, on-demand, and DVR video services. Cisco’s VSRM platform supports 100+ billion user sessions per year for cable companies all around the world. The VSRM product was always very successful, but over time it became increasingly complex to scale, and customers also struggled with the failure rates of their legacy hardware. Cisco decided it was time to move the VSRM platform to NoSQL in the cloud to achieve the scalability it needed and the efficiency, reliability, and performance its customers demanded. After assessing numerous databases, including Cassandra and MongoDB, Cisco chose Couchbase for three primary reasons: It provides very strong data consistency that is comparable to a standalone system. It delivers reliable low latency, with consistent 500 microsecond response times at very large scale. And it provides great scalability in a distributed system. Cisco was also pleased to discover that Couchbase is “like a Swiss army knife,” for its clusters, giving the company a single tool to easily manage and maintain many aspects of its database.
Comcast, a leading provider of video, high-speed internet and voice services with nearly 30 million customers, uses Couchbase to deliver better customer support across multiple lines of business. A key part of Comcast’s business model is to provide a customer experience that is always improving. Achieving that goal is complicated because customers interact with Comcast in many different ways – and capturing all those interactions to build a single view of each customer had become a serious challenge with relational technologies. With Couchbase, Comcast presents a complete picture of each customer’s account and status when support receives a call, resulting in better, faster service for the company’s customers.
Concur implemented a large Couchbase Server cluster, utilizing the Enyim (.NET) client for the web tier and the spymemcached (Java) client for the middle tier. They were impressed with the simplicity with which they could set up, configure, and scale the cluster. For example, the ability to use a single solution across multiple tiers and languages was a huge win for Concur and made Couchbase a more attractive option than other solutions, which required different implementations for each. Using the recommended reverse proxy setup, there’s just a single IP address for configuring REST connections and monitoring across multiple tiers. Couchbase's cluster management capabilities give Concur the ability to scale out their cluster with zero downtime. They also get the added benefit of zero configuration management when adding or removing nodes from their cluster because both the .NET and Java clients are automatically updated when there is a topology change, ensuring smooth and consistent growth of the Couchbase cluster across the entire environment.
HomeNet Automotive, a division of Cox Automotive, is a leading provider of online inventory management and marketing solutions for car dealers. HomeNet deployed Couchbase 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.
Coyote is reinventing how drivers across Europe can use data to improve their driving experience. The company’s community-based road information solution collects user input and delivers critical alerts to drivers about traffic, accidents, and more. When it was time to develop additional services for drivers, Coyote adopted the end-to- end Couchbase data platform for its scalable performance and offline functionality. The company met a tight deadline for a launch and saw fast acceptance by users, with more than 35% of users adopting the solution within three months. Coyote has helped boost engagement and better retain its users.
With online event planning as its primary business, Cvent is constantly building new services for its customers. Over the years, the company’s product grew into a monolithic application that was increasingly difficult to scale. To overcome that obstacle, Cvent started delivering its product as hundreds of individual, but integrated, microservices — and they found Couchbase to be the ideal database to provide the performance, scalability, and flexibility this change required. A driving force behind the selection of Couchbase is its compatibility with Memcached, which allows Cvent to naturally transition its storage to Couchbase over time. For Cvent developers, the transition was just as easy. Because they were already using SQL, they were able to switch to N1QL without missing a beat — and they gained the ability to define their own data with schemaless data modeling, and create their own queries using multiple indexing options. Now, Cvent uses Couchbase across 8 development clusters and 45 teams to develop and run hundreds of microservices.
Doddle was founded to provide online shoppers with convenient places to pick up and return their packages. Doddle’s original database solution was expensive and hard to deploy – but even worse, it performed poorly when network connections were spotty. Couchbase Mobile was affordable, easier to deploy, and its embedded database (Couchbase Lite) kept Doddle’s apps working even when they went offline. Today, Doddle uses the same Couchbase technology to provide retailers with white-label solutions for click and collect, ship-from store, and returns.
In the U.S., the financial data company Equifax is best known for providing credit scores used by lenders to make consumer loans. When the Federal National Mortgage Association announced major changes in their credit score requirements, Equifax had to act fast. The company decided to switch to a NoSQL database to get the high performance and scalability needed to provide 5-millisecond response times in a system handling 1.5 billion constantly changing records. After evaluating Couchbase against MongoDB and Redis, Equifax decided Couchbase was the clear winner. The most important differentiator was Couchbase’s Multi-Dimensional Scaling, which Equifax uses to scale individual workloads separately. Equifax was also able to quickly and easily implement disaster recovery using Couchbase’s cross datacenter replication (XDCR) and master-master replication scheme. The operations team was sold on the power of the Memcached protocol and RESTful API for system monitoring and management. Developers liked the simplicity and flexibility of N1QL, Couchbase’s SQL-based query language for JSON. By replacing Hadoop with RxJava, the development team was able to process 300+ million documents in 40 minutes. Couchbase’s technical support team sealed the deal by partnering closely with Equifax during the intense 24/7 production cycle in the months prior to launch.
Powered by Couchbase, FICO’s fraud detection platform is #1 in the world and scores 65% of the world’s credit/debit cards. Downtime means fraud and lost revenue for the company, so when FICO was chosen to provide credit checks, fraud screening, and targeted offers for new telecommunications customers both in-store and online, it needed a NoSQL database that could deliver high availability alongside high transactional volume. Couchbase was chosen over Cassandra and MongoDB for speed, scalability, availability, and persistence to support large XML objects.
KDDI Business ID is an enterprise cloud service for businesses who want to securely manage user IDs for SaaS products such as G Suite, Office 365, and Salesforce. Fast and flexible deployment was a top priority for KDDI, so they knew from the start they wanted to have a NoSQL database rather than an RDBMS. After considering several candidates, KDDI chose Couchbase for a number of reasons. For starters, they found Couchbase to be extremely flexible in accommodating their agile development style, and in its ability to store both JSON and binary data. Next, they were impressed by Couchbase’s strong balance of industry-leading performance and high reliability. KDDI also has to provide its customers with uninterrupted service along with easy and unlimited scalability, and Couchbase makes it simple by providing push-button scalability that adds a server to a cluster with no downtime. Another key requirement for KDDI is high availability (especially for disaster recovery), and Couchbase’s cross datacenter replication (XDCR) makes it simple to achieve. With ease of operation for everything from deployment to recovery, Couchbase makes cloud services fast, secure, and reliable for KDDI and its customers.
Nielsen’s Answers on Demand (AOD) service delivers ratings data and other information for businesses in more than 100 countries. With the inflow of massive volumes of data and the requirement to deliver highly targeted results for clients, the ability to sift through datasets quickly and effectively is critical. Faced with the challenge of tracking sales of fast-moving consumer goods and reporting those insights to their customers, Nielsen needed a backend solution that could store user-generated data while providing extremely fast response times and low latency. The company turned to Couchbase to sidestep many of the limitations of Oracle, and gained a 50% boost in response time. Couchbase has allowed Nielsen to achieve a more detailed and granular understanding of customer buying patterns and behavior while reducing time required to manage and update systems. Nielsen currently uses Couchbase as a document store and heavily leverages N1QL for big data analytics.
Leading utility company PG&E has more than 16 million customers and 20,000 employees. To work effectively over a huge geographic area, the company needs to provide PG&E gas and electric power inspectors in the field with real-time data, such as customer account information, utility infrastructure maps, and safety information. With Couchbase, the company can provide connect its teams with this data, whether they’re offline or online, while improving service and lowering the cost of field visits. Cross datacenter replication (XDCR) adds resiliency, ensuring workers can depend on the application to be available when they arrive at the job site.
As a business that caters to the most demanding online shoppers, Shop.com needs to know that its website always delivers a flawless experience and its apps work without a hitch even when mobile users lose their connection. After carefully considering its options, Shop.com chose Couchbase for its memory-first database that delivers simplicity along with high performance and scalability. What really sealed the deal was Couchbase Lite, which is Couchbase’s embedded JSON database, along with Sync Gateway, which syncs mobile devices with data centers. Couchbase Mobile not only provides the dependable offline mobile solution Shop.com was looking for, it also allows the company to develop new functionality quickly without having to build full-fledged APIs.
As Europe’s leading entertainment provider, Sky has to stay a step ahead of constant technology challenges like streaming content, which put ever-increasing demands on their database. Frustrated with the scalability and performance limitations of their legacy Oracle RDBMS, Sky knew it was time to begin the transition to NoSQL and Couchbase when their data center reached capacity. They started by moving their identity platform, which provides full sign-up and sign-in functionality for all Sky’s online products. As part of their transformation, Sky embraced the use of distributed databases to cope with growing demand and spiky traffic patterns. Couchbase’s cross datacenter replication (XDCR) worked flawlessly for the data transfer to multiple data centers. In fact XDCR worked so well that Sky decided to use it to migrate all their data stores to Couchbase. The moves reduced sign-in response time by 50% and had huge implications for disaster recovery, dropping the recovery time from hours to minutes. Sky is now actively growing the Couchbase community within their company and looking for more ways to switch from Oracle to Couchbase.
Synamedia (formerly Cisco) is the largest global provider of video solutions for pay TV operators, enabling new and augmented video services to drive revenues, boldly reach new markets, and deliver exceptional subscriber experiences to consumers. To support its video platform technology, which enables broadcast, on-demand, and DVR video services, Synamedia needs high performance at scale to ensure it can accommodate over 100 billion user sessions per year. After assessing numerous NoSQL databases, including Cassandra and MongoDB
Telefónica, S.A. is a Spanish multinational broadband and telecommunications company headquartered in Madrid, Spain. Telefónica runs its global video platform on Couchbase, supporting seamless playback and 50M hits per day. Couchbase acts as a caching layer, delivering highly scalable performance as the company grows, ensuring its customers continue to have fast playback and great viewing experiences.
Couchbase powers catalog and inventory management at the third-largest retailer in the world measured by gross revenues, allowing Tesco to easily support tens of millions of products in-store and online for millions of customers. With Couchbase, Tesco can deliver a superior shopping experience, running price and promotions, stocking, shopping cart, supply chain, and new product apps with high performance and high availability.
United Airlines is one of the largest airlines in the world, with over 1.5 million flights in 2015 alone. United has embarked on a process to upgrade and modernize their flight operations technology for 41,000+ pilots, flight attendants, and flight schedulers. When launching the “Crew Modernization” program, Couchbase Server and Couchbase Mobile were selected as the underlying technologies to help improve employee experience and increase efficiency. With Couchbase, United Airlines is able to maintain accurate and up-to-date information from multiple mainframe application data silos, build a foundational technology platform that services all information channels, and quickly build and deploy FAA-approved mobile applications. The Crew Modernization program now provides pilots with flight information, simplifies flight attendant tasks, and streamlines information to personnel across geographies, time zones, and devices. Going forward, United Airlines plans to roll out additional Couchbase-based applications, including personalized customer information synchronization, airport agent real-time flight updates, and gate display information management.
In late 2013, Viber, a fast-growing messaging platform, was pushed to scale at a rate their backend could no longer support. At the time, the company had deployed 300 nodes – mostly composed of NoSQL competitor MongoDB, in combination with Redis – to address their scaling issues. In 2014, Viber announced its switch to Couchbase given the massive growth and scale the platform was attaining. The company was drawn to Couchbase by its easy and transparent sharding and scaling model, ability to provide higher throughput, and reduced number of nodes required. Couchbase’s unique consolidation of caching and database tiers made the technology especially appealing to Viber. Today Viber continues to use Couchbase to serve 12% of the world’s mobile devices with always-available messaging.
Wells Fargo, the world's second-largest bank by market capitalization and the fourth largest bank in the U.S. by total assets, uses Couchbase to support its fraud monitoring infrastructure. High performance, high availability, and easy scalability help Wells Fargo monitor each and every transaction for fraud at less than 10 ms per operation for 9,000 reads and writes per second.
Willis Towers Watson
As a leading multinational risk advisor for the insurance industry, Willis Towers Watson is known for providing best-in-class analytical tools and data for its staff and clients. In order to promote innovation and maintain the highest possible standards, the company identified the need to improve the speed, reliability, and performance of its core risk analytics systems. The global analytics team researched a number of NoSQL database technologies and selected Couchbase because it provides high availability through replication and auto failover, the best performance for caching, and a flexible data model for ease of storing unstructured data. It also met their requirements of handling millions of data items and being easily integrated into their existing Microsoft development environment. Because Couchbase is open source, Willis was able to fully test and evaluate the technology before committing. After Couchbase showed consistent high performance and flexibility in a few critical projects, Willis made Couchbase its de facto NoSQL database solution for a wide range of business-critical and customer-facing applications.
In 2013, PayPal, a global leader in online payments solutions, took on NoSQL for several use cases. They initially leveraged Couchbase for their Media Network Advertising pipeline and applied Couchbase to build cross-channel audience analytics in profiling, segmentation, identity mapping and more. By 2014, the company was managing over 1 billion documents and 10 terabytes of data with Couchbase. PayPal extended Couchbase use into analytics for user information, processing millions of updates a minute in conjunction with Kafka and Hadoop.
Intuit’s TurboTax is the best-selling online tax preparation software, serving millions of customers annually. During peak tax season the application has to support over 250,000 users at once with an average session time of 35 minutes. When TurboTax’s monolithic architecture couldn’t keep up with increasingly complex requirements, Intuit partnered with Couchbase to move it to a microservices architecture on AWS. Couchbase provides the built-in high availability and data replication TurboTax needs for dependable performance and 24/7 uptime – plus the unmatched flexibility developers need for testing and deploying updates on the fly.
Pfizer is one of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies with annual revenues over $21 billion and a product portfolio that includes medicines, vaccines, and many of the world's best-known consumer healthcare products. When Pfizer required a flexible, high-performance database to power Newton (their platform for health applications), Couchbase was their top choice. Couchbase was simple to deploy on the AWS cloud, easily supports dozens of applications, and provides the flexible and robust indexing Pfizer needs for Newton’s reporting application.
Prewave is a data analytics startup committed to making worldwide supply chains more transparent, resilient, and sustainable. Their AI technology analyzes social media and news media data in over 50 languages and uses advanced machine learning to deliver predictions on critical risks to their customers’ supply chains. Prewave chose Couchbase as their main operational data store and cache for its ability to seamlessly stream thousands of media messages daily, reduce query time from minutes to seconds, and dynamically scale to complement their product’s evolution.
The UK fintech company Revolut developed Sherlock, a machine learning-based fraud prevention system, to counter the growing threat of financial fraud. Sherlock continuously and autonomously monitors card users’ transactions, and if it finds a suspicious transaction it sends the user a push notification for their approval. Revolut selected Couchbase because of its inherent architectural advantages – including speed, agility, and scalability – that address the ever-changing data needs of users and merchants.
Facet Digital is a full-service agency that designs, develops, launches, and scales business-critical web, mobile, and desktop applications. Facet’s clients are focused on cost, performance, and security, and Couchbase was the only DBaaS that checked all three boxes. Couchbase Cloud deploys in minutes, ready to go. It’s fully optimized with enterprise features like query, search, and security that slash development time and costs. And Couchbase’s powerful NoSQL lets Facet build applications that deliver unmatched speed.
Carrefour is one of the world’s largest retailers with over 1,000 stores in Spain alone. Carrefour Spain also manages an online marketplace with over 1,500 vendors and 3 million products. When their monolithic e-commerce platform became too unwieldy to manage efficiently, Carrefour Spain decided to transition to a microservices platform in the cloud. Couchbase enables Carrefour to meet all their microservices objectives, including fast time to market, integrated cache and database, and no downtime during peak traffic.
Founded in 2014, Seenit is built from the ground up with Couchbase Server and Couchbase Mobile to provide enterprises with a collaborative video platform that’s innovative and easy to use. The premise of Seenit is simple: Crowdsourcing video from employees, fans, and other amateurs provides a raw authenticity that can’t be captured any other way. The main challenge is enabling users to sort through hundreds or thousands of video clips to find the shots they really want. By applying Couchbase’s N1QL and Full Text Search (FTS) over machine learning in the Google Cloud, Seenit provides its customers with an incredibly powerful search function that allows them to filter submissions by objects in the video, specific words or phrases in the audio, video and audio quality, sentiment, and many other attributes. N1QL enables Seenit to sort, filter, transform, group, and combine data from multiple JSON documents with a single query. And Couchbase’s FTS allows Seenit to provide fuzzy search, word stemming, boosting, and other complex search features with just a few lines of code. Seenit implemented full-text search across its entire platform in only a week, and now its customers can search hundreds of thousands of documents in a fraction of a second.
Super Evil Megacorp
Super Evil Megacorp has the simple, yet ambitious goal of providing the best online and mobile gaming experience in the world. Couchbase became an essential part of that quest when Super Evil Megacorp’s previous platform reached maximum capacity. If any game experiences lag or downtime, it can be disastrous because players are notoriously quick to jump to the competition when games falter. This became a real risk for Super Evil Megacorp because their platform was extremely difficult to scale. Couchbase proved to be the perfect solution. It not only delivered sub-millisecond latency while getting back more data than the previous platform, but it also enabled Super Evil Megacorp to migrate their game modules and player accounts without any downtime. Now, using Couchbase’s Multi-Dimensional Scaling, the company can flexibly grow its architecture however and whenever it needs to. Because they can now use commodity hardware, the company expects to cut its database costs by 60%-70%. And because their core team can now spend more time on innovation instead of managing crises, they’re a giant step closer to revolutionizing the gaming industry.
To help minimize the long-term damage caused by concussions, SyncThink’s EYE-SYNC platform uses a VR headset and tablet to rapidly assess and monitor brain impairment in athletes, soldiers, and others. The Couchbase Data Platform offered the security necessary for meeting patient privacy regulations as well as offline functionality for supporting speedy assessments in environments with limited bandwidth. Running on the Microsoft Azure cloud environment, the robust solution lets doctors run tests, capture metrics, and then sync data to help patients get the medical attention they need right away.
In 2015 Tommy Hilfiger revolutionized the buying journey for its wholesale customers by pioneering the industry’s first digital showroom in Amsterdam. In this showroom, buyers could browse fashions for the upcoming season on oversized ultra-high definition screens along with product details, pricing, buying history, delivery dates, and more. The company chose the Couchbase Data platform to power the system because they needed the entire showroom experience to be as high-end as the fashions being showcased. With Couchbase, Tommy Hilfiger knew they would get industry-leading performance and scalability, offline availability, and near real-time data synchronization for a smooth and immersive experience that was always up-to-date and worked flawlessly even if the internet went down. Today the brand has Couchbase-powered digital showrooms in 13 countries totaling 24 theaters and 59 workstations, and plans to expand to over 25 locations worldwide by the end of 2018. Thanks to the incredible efficiency of theses digital showrooms, the company has cut its sample production by 80% at its European headquarters and is on track to do the same around the globe.
Public health consulting organization AEDES is currently developing CERHIS – a tactile hospital information system that brings digital services to small and medium-sized hospitals in sub-Saharan Africa, which has some of the most challenging environments for healthcare information management. With Couchbase, AEDES can help hospitals move away from paper-based systems to more accurate and efficient record keeping using a low-cost mobile solution.
AEDES mission is to contribute to improve the quality and access to health care around the world. For this purpose, AEDES promotes the share and transfer of knowledge, by providing experimented human resources and performing consulting and management services in the area of health and food security.
AEDES operates in industrialised, developing and intermediate countries, for private and public organisations. AEDES seeks to promote the principles of sustainable development in its three dimensions: economic, social and environmental.
Today’s travel industry is experiencing rapid growth, high customer expectations, fierce competition, and pressure on margins. Amadeus, the leading Global Distribution System (GDS) and the largest processor of travel bookings in the world, looked to NoSQL and Couchbase – shifting away from Oracle – to meet stringent data management needs within a demanding industry. In 2008, Amadeus implemented Memcached on a MySQL database. By 2013, Amadeus leveraged Couchbase Server for two applications: Amadeus Selling Platform Connect, a website for professional travel agents such as Thomson and Expedia, and the global booking engine, Availability Processing Engine. The company made the complete shift to Couchbase in 2014 and had 800 million passengers travel with flights arranged by Amadeus in 2015. By adopting NoSQL, Amadeus was able to maintain its key/value store architecture, while pushing the complexity of data distribution down into the database level. Today, Amadeus uses Couchbase in seven applications which are able to process petabytes of data in upwards of 2.5 million operations per second.
As one of the world’s most popular e-commerce companies, ebay runs over 4,000 database servers to support 18 million sellers and 164 million active users worldwide. ebay has always been a heavy Oracle user, but over time realized Oracle was not the best fit for a lot of its use cases. Quite often, ebay was paying Oracle too much for features it didn’t need, while not getting all the features it did need. As a result, ebay switched a significant portion of its workload to NoSQL, and now uses Couchbase as a combination of key-value store and document database. Couchbase gives ebay the affordable scalability it needs along with very high read/write performance and throughput. A common use case is caching in front of Oracle in order to scale out applications without adding more Oracle. ebay found an unexpected bonus in N1QL (Couchbase’s SQL-like language for JSON), which allows developers to easily adapt their relational database skills to NoSQL. Last year, ebay doubled its number of Couchbase use cases and increased its number of Couchbase nodes 5x while handling 80 billion Couchbase calls per day.
Today’s innovative software is providing new ways for industrial companies to gain a competitive advantage. General Electric set out to bring together device connectivity, data integration and management, data analytics, cloud, and mobility all in a way that works seamlessly together and intuitively for all the members of its business. More specifically, the company needed to provide offline support to GE field engineers who work in remote locations where offline is the norm. In 2015, GE launched the Predix platform, a cloud-based software solution for the Industrial Internet. The Predix Experience engineering team built this platform using Couchbase Mobile in less than 90 days. The platform connects industrial machines like wind turbines, railcars, power plants and more that need 100% uptime, regardless of Internet connection. Predix is now the foundation for all of GE’s Industrial Internet applications and provides powerful, consistent, secure, and scalable support for the solutions its customers rely on to optimize their businesses.
Innovative Transit Solutions
Innovative Transit Solutions grew out of an initiative to modernize fares for the Las Vegas Monorail by providing fast, convenient ways for riders to purchase and use digital tickets and helping the transit organization eliminate the high costs of maintaining traditional mag-stripe ticket systems. Innovative Transit developed Transit Cloud, its new fare solution, using Couchbase Data Platform – a robust Engagement Database that provides strong performance and offline functionality. By delivering a superior rider experience, the solution boosted monorail ridership by nearly 30% and increased revenue by 50% compared to the previous year.
rapidBizApps creates intuitive and reliable mobile apps that drive transformational results in physically demanding, capital-intensive industries such as mining. Using rapidBizApps solutions such as groundHog, rapidInspect, and formHound, mining companies are tracking performance and capturing vital data from equipment deployed above and below ground. Companies can use this data to optimize fleet management, improve worker productivity, streamline inspections, reduce equipment downtime, and more. With Couchbase, rapidBizApps can empower its customers to optimize resources and protect miners in the harshest, most remote locations.
Couchbase Mobile helped Ryanair increase their app performance and enhance their user experience. Ryanair was also able to overhaul their app experience without significant re-architecture to their existing app. Ryanair runs Couchbase on Amazon Web Services.
With Couchbase Mobile, Ryanair can easily manage semi-static data, did not have to implement their own synchronization and storage solution, and was able to integrate with existing Android and iOS apps without significant re-architecture.
In 2015, the global communications company Verizon launched ThingSpace, an innovative IoT development platform for its enterprise customers. To enable the real-time dashboards, reports, notifications, alerts, and other capabilities its customers require, Verizon needs a highly available environment that never goes down. Verizon also has to scale the solution to support the exponential growth of IoT devices in the system, along with the unique data and reporting required for each customer. Verizon’s legacy RDBMS simply couldn’t meet the challenge – its response times were slow and unpredictable, stored procedure optimization was overly complex, and time-to-market for new features was too long. Couchbase met every requirement with predictable performance, horizontal scalability, and a flexible data model that makes it easy to add new functionality on a continuous basis. Couchbase’s cross datacenter (XDCR) functionality also makes it easy for Verizon to connect two active-active data centers for high availability. Today, Verizon uses Couchbase clusters to sustain 3.5 million operations per second.
In 2013, Varolii, a Nuance Communications company, began evaluating backend solutions for its automated notifications product geared toward enterprises. For the previous 10 years, the company deployed an all-Oracle environment, but found that the monolithic platforms were difficult to manage from an engineering perspective. Varolii mobilized MongoDB for a small project which worked for the initial size and scope; however, efforts to expand to a second data center posed challenges with bidirectional replication issues. Upon review, Varolii identified must-have requirements including multi-master database replication, horizontal scaling, open source, and VM support. They evaluated Cassandra and Couchbase which were closely aligned, yet Couchbase outperformed Cassandra in ease of use. Further, Cassandra didn't provide the document database aspect they wanted to leverage in addition to key-value capability, and querying was also much more involved. Today, Nuance leverages Couchbase in their Varolii solution and uses the Hadoop integration to connect SQL-based analysis to the world of unstructured data.
When Marriott decided it was time to replace its legacy infrastructure to better compete in the Digital Economy, IT leadership faced core technology decisions. The company evaluated several NoSQL solutions before deciding to switch to Couchbase. Marriott was drawn to Couchbase by recommendations of other large-volume, high transaction customers along with technical aspects that suited their use case. By making the switch to Couchbase, Marriott achieved an open source, cloud-based model with a document-oriented and distributed structure that enabled the company to reduce application development costs, improve speed, and modernize their infrastructure. Today, Marriott stores 13 million documents and runs 200 transactions per second using Couchbase and has plans to expand their deployment.
Maccabi is the second-largest healthcare maintenance operator (HMO) in Israel, covering over 2.3 million beneficiaries (26% of market share). It operates both as an insurer of its members and as their care provider. It is a community-based healthcare provider that provides most of the care in the community. Maccabi leverages Couchbase for performance at scale, integrated caching, and mobile.
High Performance Applications with Distributed Caching
For many web, mobile, and IoT applications that run in clustered or cloud environments, distributed caching is a key to delivering highly responsive user experiences and lowering capital and operating costs.
In this whitepaper, you’ll learn how different distributed caching solutions attempt to solve the common challenges of performance, manageability, and scalability. You’ll be able to compare strengths and weaknesses of three popular caching solutions: Couchbase Server, Redis, and Memcached. You’ll find out why many leading enterprises have extended their Couchbase deployments to use cases beyond caching. And you’ll see how Couchbase stacks up against top NoSQL database competitors in third-party benchmark testing.
NoSQL databases store information in JSON documents instead of the columns and rows used by relational databases. As a result, they’re flexible, scalable, and capable of rapidly responding to the data management demands of modern businesses. In this whitepaper you’ll learn how NoSQL enables you to:
- Support thousands or millions of concurrent users
- Deliver highly responsive experiences to a globally distributed base of users
- Keep your applications always available with no downtime
- Easily handle structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data
- Rapidly adapt to changing requirements with frequent updates and new features
How to Choose a Database for Your Mobile Apps
The database you choose plays a key role in building successful mobile apps. If your app requires a connection to work, performance will be sluggish and spotty – and your customers will find a better experience elsewhere. Use this whitepaper to select the best mobile database for your needs based on 9 critical questions, including:
- Does it support the right platforms?
- Can you control your database sync?
- What querying options does your local database support?
- Do you deploy on-prem or in the cloud?
- Does the sync technology support multiple topologies?
- Should you build or should you buy?
We also help you answer one last critical question: Should you build or should you buy? Get your white paper now for the answers you need.
Couchbase Under the Hood – An Architectural Overview
Couchbase is an open source, distributed, document-oriented NoSQL database. This paper describes how the internal components of the database operate with one another, and how Couchbase’s core design principles – memory and network-centric architecture, workload isolation, and an asynchronous approach to everything – are focused toward the highest standards for agile development, scalable performance, and system manageability.
You’ll be introduced to key Couchbase concepts. You’ll take a deep dive into Couchbase’s services for data and KV engine, key-value data access, query, index, search, eventing, analytics, and mobile. And you’ll learn how Couchbase’s distributed foundation handles inter-node connectivity, data flow, cluster topology, data streaming, and more.
Cloud and Edge Computing Whitepaper
With cloud computing growing at a phenomenal rate, applications that rely solely on the cloud for data storage and processing are showing signs of strain – especially those that require high availability and sub-second response times. This whitepaper explains how “edge computing” utilizes all the benefits of the cloud while removing the risks. You’ll learn how you can:
- Achieve real-time speed by keeping data closer to, or on, the devices using it
- Provide uninterrupted data access regardless of internet connectivity
- Protect sensitive data by ensuring that it only leaves the edge when necessary
- Cut costs by lowering the volume of data transferred over the internet
Moving from Relational to NoSQL: How to Get Started (for Oracle Users)
Modern enterprises across industries have switched to NoSQL databases to achieve agile development, reduced operational costs, and scalable operations. This whitepaper introduces you to NoSQL technology and highlights lessons learned from enterprises that have successfully adopted NoSQL databases. You’ll learn about:
- Key considerations and strategies for transitioning to NoSQL
- Tips for moving from Oracle and other relational databases
- Recommendations for identifying the best applications for NoSQL
- Strategies for modeling relational data as documents
- Basic differences between operating NoSQL and relational databases
Moving from Relational to NoSQL: How to Get Started (for SQL Users)
Modern enterprise technology architecture requires an agile approach to real-time data management that can accommodate unprecedented levels of scale, speed, and data variability. This whitepaper introduces you to NoSQL technology and highlights lessons learned from enterprises that have successfully adopted NoSQL databases. You’ll learn about:
- Key considerations and strategies for transitioning to NoSQL
- Tips for moving from SQL Server and other relational databases
- Recommendations for identifying the best applications for NoSQL
- Strategies for modeling relational data as documents
- Basic differences between operating NoSQL and relational databases
High Availability and Disaster Recovery for Globally Distributed Data – Couchbase Cross Datacenter Replication (XDCR) Technology Overview
Today’s digital economy requires high availability of data and high performance of applications across geographies. To meet this need, businesses are implementing complex hybrid data infrastructures that call for innovative approaches to data replication. Designed to replicate at the speed of the network, Couchbase’s cross datacenter replication (XDCR) is one of the best solutions available. This whitepaper:
- Introduces the concept and benefits of XDCR
Provides a synopsis of the XDCR technology, with an emphasis on architecture design and deployment flexibility
Explains why XDCR is ideally suited for hybrid deployment, cloud migration, and high availability
The TCO Advantages of Couchbase Cloud's In-VPC Deployment
In-VPC deployment is an emerging best practice used by independent software vendors to offer customers in the cloud a level of resource, asset, and cost control similar to what they would have if they were managing their own custom-built data centers. Using Couchbase Cloud’s Database-as-a-Service as a model, this whitepaper breaks down the functional and cost-control benefits of in-VPC deployment. You’ll learn about:
- In-VPC deployment strategies for maximizing savings and minimizing risk
- Performance and scaling capabilities that use available resources most efficiently
- Turning licensing and transparency policies into savings
Altoros Report: Performance Evaluation of NoSQL Databases-as-a-Service with YCSB: Couchbase Cloud, MongoDB Atlas, and AWS DynamoDB
Compare Couchbase Cloud with other cloud Database-as-a-Service providers like MongoDB’s™ Atlas cloud service and Amazon’s DynamoDB database service.
In this report, Altoros compares:
- Performance across evaluated workloads
- Aggregation, filtering, and JOIN operations on large datasets
- Scalability as clusters and datasets grow in size
See how Couchbase leads with:
- Superior in-memory performance
- N1QL, a declarative SQL-like language vs. proprietary, imperative languages
- Couchbase processes more operations per dollar with the lowest TCO
Analysis of Database Query Languages in MySQL, Couchbase Server, and MongoDB (Altoros)
NoSQL Document databases are challenging conventional RDBMS thinking with regard to scale, flexibility and performance. The question remains, do their query languages address the needs of developers as well or better than tried and true SQL? This report takes the query language challenge to Couchbase and MongoDB using MySQL as the reference baseline.
This report from independent firm, Alteros, uses 7 different criteria to evaluate Couchbase N1QL and MongoDB Query against MySQL’s SQL. The criteria scores each language according to how simple, readable, expressive, and flexible they are, and then whether skilled resources are readily available; how many lines of code must be written per query, and finally, when the query runs, how many application-to-database trips must be made before it completes. The article concludes by recognizing that declarative languages are preferred over procedural ones, which in turn helps limit performance drains during execution, and that familiarity with SQL, especially including unambiguous support for JOINs, makes the utility of N1QL stand out above MongoDB.
Is COVID-19 to Blame For Digital Transformation Challenges in 2020? (CIO Survey 2020)
In 2019, digital transformation was on the rise as many industries prospered. Then the 2020 pandemic changed everything. Employees started working from home, customers moved online, and IT budgets were shifted or cut. Based on an extensive survey of IT decision-makers, this report examines whether COVID-19 has halted, boosted, or simply redirected digital transformation progress. You’ll learn:
What the primary drivers are for digital transformation projects
Why proactive priorities and strategies yield better results than reactive ones
Why 79% of organizations see digital transformation projects fail, suffer significant delays, or get scaled back
Database design for retail inventory and product catalogs
Today’s leading retailers and e-commerce companies are embracing NoSQL database technology to power their web and mobile applications. Why? Because NoSQL is better than relational technology at meeting their demanding requirements for performance, scalability, availability, agility, and affordability.
This brief introduces you to NoSQL by showing you how easy it is to build a product and pricing catalog using the Couchbase NoSQL database – including code samples for data modeling and querying. You’ll also see how Couchbase fits into a catalog and inventory architecture, learn about other retail and e-commerce applications commonly built on Couchbase, and get real-world customer case studies.
8 Data Requirements Transforming Retail Applications
Many of today’s retailers and e-commerce companies are replatforming their existing applications using NoSQL. Their goal is to deliver better customer experiences, manage more users and data, cut costs, reduce time to market, and meet competitive pressures from behemoths like Amazon.
This brief explores why industry leaders are choosing NoSQL databases and a microservices-based approach for their replatforming initiatives. It explains how the Couchbase NoSQL database addresses 8 key requirements for engaging modern digital shoppers. And it shows you how Couchbase customers like PayPal, Tesco, Staples, and Louis Vuitton provide superior shopping experiences with elastic scalability, high performance, high availability, and always-on mobile capabilities.
Couchbase on Kubernetes
Kubernetes has become the de facto industry standard for container orchestration and a critical tool for enterprise DevOps teams. As a distributed application framework, Kubernetes is especially ideal for hybrid and multicloud deployments. This comprehensive ebook walks you through:
- A detailed introduction to Kubernetes and its architecture
- How Couchbase Autonomous Operator provides native integration of the Couchbase Server NoSQL database with open source Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift
- The step-by-step process for implementing Autonomous Operator and getting the most out of its unique and powerful features
Technical NoSQL Comparison Report (Altoros) 2019
Numerous NoSQL solutions claim to solve common big data problems like data structure organization and data access management. But because of significant differences in implementation, it’s important to recognize the comparative strengths and weaknesses of each vendor.
This in-depth analysis from Altoros compares three leading NoSQL solutions – Couchbase, MongoDB™, and DataStax – and scores them across 24 key criteria, including performance, availability, ease of installation, data consistency, fault tolerance, replication, recovery, and scalability. The report uses data from real-world development and production, regularly conducted benchmarks, and product documentation in order to recommend the best database based on your specific needs.
Couchbase vs. MongoDB™ for Query
Couchbase and MongoDB™ are both popular NoSQL databases, but significant differences in their architectures and features make Couchbase the better choice for demanding enterprise requirements. This whitepaper focuses specifically on their approaches to query.
Among their many key differences, you’ll learn how Couchbase provides developers with the power and familiarity of SQL while MongoDB requires them to learn a proprietary language. You’ll see how MongoDB puts the burden of optimizing queries on the developer while Couchbase’s declarative language shifts the burden to the database. And you’ll discover why MongoDB’s complex query language can’t match Couchbase’s strong support for ANSI join constructs and advanced query optimization.
Couchbase vs. MongoDB™ for Global Deployment
Many enterprises that rely on their NoSQL database for global deployments choose Couchbase over MongoDB™ because of Couchbase’s unmatched scalability and high availability. This whitepaper compares the two solutions head to head across key global deployment criteria, including high-performance architecture, flexibility, setup and manageability, active-active conflict resolution, and more. You’ll learn how only Couchbase supports both intra-cluster replication and cross datacenter replication (XDCR) – an easy way to replicate data for disaster recovery and better data locality. And you’ll discover why Couchbase is the better choice for flexible data access, low latency, high throughput, geographic replication, and offline access.
Couchbase vs. MongoDB™ for Scale-Out and High Availability
Couchbase is a distributed NoSQL document-oriented database with a core architecture that supports a flexible data model, easy scalability, consistent high performance, always-on 24/365 characteristics, and advanced security. Many enterprises have chosen Couchbase over the popular MongoDB™ after rigorously evaluating both NoSQL databases side by side. In this paper, we’ll focus on how Couchbase compares to MongoDB™ for scalability and high availability. More specifically, we’ll discuss: The ability to scale enterprise applications easily, efficiently, and reliably. Scaling single services instead of the entire database. Avoiding downtime and maintaining high availability 24/7 with replication, automatic failover, and online operations.
How Travel and Hospitality Companies are Transforming their Customer Experience in the Age of Kayak, Airbnb and Uber
Modern travel and hospitality businesses rely on a complex network of interactions between customers, consolidators, suppliers, maintenance providers, call centers, web services, and management services. It’s nearly impossible to support this ecosystem using traditional transactional and analytical systems – especially under the constantly increasing pressure of higher customer expectations and new digital competitors. This whitepaper explains how leading organizations like Amadeus, Marriott, and United Airlines rely on agile, flexible, high-performance NoSQL databases to:
Work with changing data models
Leverage existing SQL skills for JSON
Scale without hassle
Achieve consistent performance
Lower total cost of ownership
Integrate mobile applications
DynamoDB Users: Why Switching to Couchbase Will Save You Time and Money
Businesses using the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud often store their data in Amazon’s DynamoDB database with the expectation of tighter integration with AWS tools. This whitepaper explains why Couchbase’s NoSQL database is often a better choice for higher performance, lower cost, and greater flexibility. You’ll learn how Couchbase lets you:
- Avoid DynamoDB’s item-size restrictions
Speed up performance with in-memory processing and built-in caching
Use your team’s existing SQL skills for writing complex queries
Easily implement a hybrid or multi-cloud strategy
Cut license and support costs by up to 50%
Comparing Two SQL-Based Approaches for Querying JSON: SQL++ and SQL:2016 (Don Chamberlin)
In this whitepaper, Don Chamberlin (co-designer of the original SQL) compares SQL++ and SQL:2016 – two quite different SQL-based approaches to querying JSON data. SQL++ creates a new SQL-based language specifically for JSON data, while 2016 allows JSON documents to be stored in columns of tables. The paper introduces both languages, looks at example queries written in each, and analyzes their pros and cons. You’ll learn how SQL++ can enable you to:
Use your existing SQL skills with a more flexible data format
Shorten your queries by about 3x compared with SQL:2016
Operate on JSON data without converting it to or from relational data
NoSQL Performance Benchmark 2018 (Altoros)
In this report, Altoros evaluates and compares the latency and performance of the three most popular NoSQL databases – Couchbase Server, MongoDB™, and DataStax Enterprise (Cassandra) – under different cluster configurations and workloads using the Yahoo! Cloud Serving Benchmark (YCSB).
The evaluation was conducted on different cluster configurations of 4, 10, and 20 nodes under four different workloads. The four workloads tested were an update-heavy workload, a short-range scan workload, a query with filter including an offset and limit, and a JOIN query with grouping and ordering. You’ll see exactly how Couchbase consistently outperformed the competition across configurations and workloads.
Come Together (Right Now) To Deliver The Next Best Experience
Why do so many companies obsess over their customers (as they should), but still fail to provide a superior customer experience (CX)? This Forrester report explains why today's customer analytics practices are focused on the wrong objectives and how the new “next best experience” paradigm is taking CX to the next level.
How to Model JSON to Get the Most Out of Your Document Database
Thinking about using a document database like Couchbase for your next project? The flexible data model is a major plus, but having so many options can be intimidating at first. This Connect.REPLAY will help you make all the right choices.
Be a DBaaS Badass – How to Maximize Performance and Productivity in the Cloud
Are you looking for a way to reduce the time, effort, and cost it takes to build, deploy, and manage your applications in the cloud? A Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) can enable faster time to value for your applications by improving standardization, security, and developer productivity. In this webinar, we’ll show you how to quickly set up a NoSQL DBaaS and use it to build powerful applications.
Five Data-Delivery Requirements That Will Save Telecommunications
Telecommunications organizations are the backbone of the fourth industrial revolution taking place today. As the worlds' user communities become more decentralized, they are increasing their dependence on network infrastructures and services at rates unimaginable 18 months ago. This is stressing both operational and business support systems. This webinar will illustrate five key considerations that Telcos must recognize as they work to evolve their businesses.
The TCO Advantage of DBaaS in a Post-Pandemic Economy
In order to stay competitive, maximize value, and minimize costs, your organization must adopt technology that can meet the changing demands of your modern applications while also providing the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO). We’ll examine how a Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) can provide the scale and efficiency your applications require.
Harness the Power of Edge Computing for Guaranteed Uptime and Real-Time Responses
In this webinar, our guest analyst Michele Goetz from Forrester will explore this fast-growing computing paradigm, its market trends, and how your organization can take advantage of the benefits of a distributed cloud architecture. Couchbase’s Priya Rajagopal will dig deeper into edge computing technology and show you how Couchbase is the only data platform that supports a variety of topologies for effectively distributing data storage and compute.
Autonomous Operator 2.1 for Couchbase’s Truly Cloud-Native Database
To meet growing demand for scalability and automation, IT organizations are increasingly moving their business-critical applications to the cloud and adopting cloud-native technologies like the Kubernetes container orchestration system. Couchbase Autonomous Operator (CAO) for Kubernetes has been truly cloud native since its inception, and it supports numerous integrations with open source projects from Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). We’ll also walk you through all the other exciting new features of CAO 2.1, including support for Istio’s service mesh, bulk upgrades, backup to Amazon S3, bucket level durability, administrator password rotation, and Global Secondary Index configuration.
Deliver Application Modernization and Migrations With Couchbase Server 7.0 and SDK 3.x
As legacy modernization initiatives continue to gain momentum, businesses are actively seeking out the best cloud-native and hybrid cloud technologies – and the talent to help implement them. In this Partner webinar, we’ll discuss why version 7.0 of Couchbase Server’s cloud-native multicloud-to-edge database is ideal for legacy modernization strategies, and why migration to SDK 3.x is a critical step in maximizing its unique benefits.
Anatomy of Real-Time at Paddy Power Betfair
Couchbase NoSQL started small at Paddy Power Betfair. From its early beginnings, as an alternative to our classic relational database, Couchbase has grown into a full-blown system that we rely on to deliver great customer experiences. In this webinar we’ll share facts and stats from our daily operations, showing you how we got from problem to solution in a variety of use cases such as creating activity reports for our operations teams, delivering data when the sizing reaches millions of records, and operating dual datacenter clusters.
Couchbase Connect.REPLAY: Mobile and Edge Computing Innovation
Want a look behind the curtain of the latest mobile app technologies? This Connect.REPLAY session is your chance to engage directly with the product and engineering leads responsible for Couchbase’s innovative leadership in offline-first mobile applications.
In this virtual event, our mobile and edge experts will replay their top sessions from Connect 2020 along with live commentary and a real-time Q&A session. You’ll also see real-world use cases that were presented by Couchbase customers as well as Couchbase product demonstrations of our newest mobile and edge features.
From SQL to NoSQL: Application Trends for 2021 – With 451 Research
The one silver lining of the current pandemic for many businesses is that it has accelerated digital transformation initiatives. In this webinar, 451 Research will discuss what these transformations may look like in the year ahead and why the switch from SQL to NoSQL databases will play a pivotal role. They’ll also explain how customer engagement, data analytics, and cloud databases will impact the new kinds of applications that emerge in 2021.
Find out why Couchbase’s database platform is ideally suited for the transition from SQL to NoSQL, and how forward-thinking organizations are using it to rapidly build and deploy modern applications.
Live Demo of Couchbase Cloud™ DBaaS – Start your free self-service trial in your own AWS account
As the industry’s most rapidly growing cloud service, Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) enables faster time to value for applications by improving standardization, security, and developer productivity. This webinar will show you how you can quickly start using the world’s leading NoSQL DBaaS with our free 30-day trial of Couchbase Cloud. This is a self-service trial, so all you need to get started is your own AWS account. We’ll cover how to set up your account, import data, connect your applications, and leverage our analytics service.
Couchbase — A Cloud Native Database for Modern Workloads
Today, many databases struggle to reach cloud scale due to the many evolving schemas and data models. Companies are addressing this challenge by using microservices to modernize their applications. The use of microservice architecture provides a collaborative, decentralized approach to application development. For this to work properly, a persistent data layer is required. Most traditional databases struggle to deliver. This is where Couchbase excels, providing a flexible JSON data model to accommodate modern workloads.
Red Hat’s OpenShift provides enterprise-grade Kubernetes for multicloud, hybrid cloud and bare-metal environments. Join this webinar to learn how running Couchbase and microservices on OpenShift will reduce DevOps TCO by providing developers a fully managed stateful database application, all on the same platform.
Webinar Panel: Connecting People & Supporting Missions: Expanding Mobile to the Edge
Due to strict federal requirements for mobile and IoT applications, agencies face several unique challenges when it comes to harnessing the full potential of mobile computing. Not only do they have to enable a secure and productive mobile workforce, they also must deliver efficient public-facing communications and reliable citizen services.
One of the biggest mobility challenges that agencies encounter is how to effectively sync data between applications in the cloud and mobile or IoT devices used in the field. Doing so without compromising on security, performance, and reliability especially when mobile devices are offline or in remote locations with limited connectivity. Watch this on-demand collaborative panel discussion of lessons learned from specific agency’s use cases along with best practices for building the ultimate mobile experience.
Live Panel: What to Prioritize When Choosing a DBaaS – With Guest Speaker Noel Yuhanna
Join our live panel discussion on how to choose the best Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) with Forrester’s lead database analyst, Noel Yuhanna, and Couchbase’s own SaaS veterans, Jeff Morris and Mark Gamble. We’ll explore why so many businesses are making the move to fully managed cloud-native databases and how they’re prioritizing their selection criteria for DBaaS.
Moving from a Relational Model to NoSQL
Businesses are quickly moving to NoSQL databases to power their modern applications. However, a technology migration involves risk, especially if you have to change your data model. What if you could host a relatively unmodified RDBMS schema on your NoSQL database, then optimize it over time?
Drive Business Decisions Using Real-Time Operational Analytics – With 451 Research, Domino’s, and Couchbase
In this webinar, 451 Research will join us to discuss why hybrid operational/analytical processing (HOAP) is a quickly growing trend for delivering more efficient and affordable analytics. They’ll explain why real-time data analysis is a key driver of change, examine the related challenges, and explore the technology innovations behind the emergence of HOAP.
Then we’ll show you how Couchbase Analytics is architected on a HOAP architecture that enables analytics and transaction processing on the same data store. Domino’s will also join us to share how they’re using Couchbase Analytics to deliver personalized marketing campaigns in near real time.
Your Budget Is Gone, Your Data-Intensive Application Is Next, What Do You Do?
This event will provide answers for how to improve development team agility by adopting versatile NoSQL database platforms, while it is automatically deployed and managed within their providers' virtual private cloud. It will introduce the In-VPC style of deployment, which eliminates an inconvenient data residency issue found in everyday SaaS products who house customer data outside the owners' network.
Implementing a FHIR REST Server Using Couchbase
Learn how Couchbase can optimize and simplify FHIR application development by removing complexity from the data exchange process. FHIR® (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) is a standards framework created by HL7® that enables EHR-based data sharing between applications. The data model is built around hierarchical "resources" represented as JSON documents with multiple recursive levels of nested components. Couchbase, as the world’s leading NoSQL JSON database, is ideally suited for FHIR applications because it natively supports the FHIR JSON model. Don't code your way through the hierarchies and nested elements in the FHIR model, let Couchbase do the work!
New Features in Couchbase Server 6.6: Analytics, Backup, Query, and More
Couchbase Server 6.6 is now GA, introducing powerful new features that augment our Analytics, Query, Search, and Eventing Services, as well as our backup and recovery and tooling capabilities. In this webinar, we’ll demo how these features continue to improve developer productivity, foster cloud deployments, and enable real-time operational analytics across globally distributed data.
ActualTech Virtual Summit: Developing an IT Strategy: Storage, Infrastructure, Cloud, DR, Security, and Beyond
Recent events are forcing a systemic change across the IT landscape, from the deployment of new remote workforces to changes in security strategy to impacts that we didn't even think about six months ago and this ActualTech Media Virtual Summit is here to help.
Accelerate Your Move to the Cloud With a Fully Managed DBaaS
Today’s uncertain economic landscape is pushing more business transactions online, and for some industries this abrupt shift is taxing legacy web applications at Black Friday levels. Many IT organizations have accelerated their migrations to the cloud in order to accommodate more users and cut costs. Even for businesses that have slowed down or remained steady, the clear lesson is that the best time to move to the cloud is before disruption forces your hand. In this webinar you’ll meet Couchbase Cloud™, our high-performance, fully managed NoSQL Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS).
Speed Up Application Response Times With High-Performance Caching
Caching your frequently used data in memory can dramatically improve application response times and significantly cut costs by reducing workloads on backend systems and networks. But, it also introduces the challenge of maintaining a single source of truth and a system of record while keeping data in multiple places.
In this webinar we explore why caching has become a mission-critical strategy to boost application performance and efficiency in distributed environments that support millions of users.
Enterprise Architecture vs. Data Architecture
Enterprise Architecture (EA) provides a visual blueprint of the organization, and shows key interrelationships between data, process, applications, and more. By abstracting these assets in a graphical view, it’s possible to see key interrelationships, particularly as they relate to data and its business impact across the organization. Join us for a discussion on how data architecture is a key component of an overall enterprise architecture for enhanced business value and success.
Key Trends Shaping the Move to the Cloud and DBaaS
The marketplace today looks dramatically different than it did a few months ago – more business transactions are moving online and developers, architects, and DevOps are under pressure to quickly adapt and cut costs. In this webinar, our guest Noel Yuhanna, VP and Principal Analyst at Forrester, will share how these trends are shaping a significant increase in adoption of cloud and Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS).
Megacast: Supporting Public, Private, Hybrid, and Multi-cloud Efforts
There's a ton of hype around public cloud offerings but what's typically left unsaid is that public cloud can be much more complex and costly than anticipated. Not only are IT Pros dealing with complexity and unexpected costs, they are struggling with insufficient visibility, unpredictable application performance, lack of operational agility and expanded security risks. What IT organizations need to know is that there are new and innovative solutions that can overcome these challenges!
How Leaders in Tech, Fashion, and Health use NoSQL Databases to Cut Costs and Meet Customer Demands
In today’s uncertain world, agility and scale are critical. Leaders must modernize their technology stack to lower costs, respond to ever-changing market conditions, and handle user spikes.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how Couchbase’s flexible, secure, and scalable NoSQL database can power your most mission-critical operations. We’ll walk you through the unique architecture of our enterprise-class, multicloud to edge database.
Transforming Your Retail Stack for the Age of Internet-Scale Applications
Retailers and customers alike are facing a new normal as stores temporarily close their doors and more people shop from home. Now more than ever, it’s important that retailers provide an omnichannel experience that extends well beyond their brick-and-mortar stores.
Join our webinar to learn how to optimize your retail technology stack and create vital digital experiences your customers will rely on when in-person experiences are limited, like now.
How NoSQL Meets the Challenge of Healthcare’s New Normal
Today’s healthcare organizations are facing immense challenges that will forever change the digital infrastructure of the industry. As a result, hospitals must quickly move to newer technologies that enable modern practices like self-triage, virtual care, and remote care. Prudent organizations are planning for these technology investments now as they make the urgent shift from reactive to proactive care.
It's Time to Move from Relational to NoSQL
Modern apps have to meet constantly changing requirements in order to deliver the personalized and responsive experiences users expect. Neither users nor development teams can wait six months or more for schema changes, for example. This requires flexibility and high performance at any scale, along with the ability to support a range of deployment options. Traditional relational databases weren’t built for the pace of these demands, so NoSQL data stores were specifically created to meet these challenges. In this webinar, we’ll help guide your move from a RDBMS to NoSQL. And we’ll help you choose the right NoSQL platform to future-proof your applications.
Couchbase Autonomous Operator for Kubernetes – A Globally Distributed Cloud-Native Data Platform
We’ve hit a significant milestone in our product journey with Couchbase on containers and Kubernetes. Couchbase Autonomous Operator 2.0 is now GA and introduces several new enterprise-grade features with fully autonomous capabilities for security, monitoring, high availability, and manageability. In this webinar, Director of Product Management Anil Kumar will explore each new feature in-depth and give a live demo of Autonomous Operator 2.0.
Why NoSQL Is the Future of Enterprise Data
When it comes to enterprise data, there are so many reasons to move to NoSQL.
Find out why many experts think it’s the future of enterprise data architecture on this Webinar from the editors of ADTmag.com.
Top Challenges Facing Financial Services in 2020 and How to Conquer Them
Financial institutions are facing disruption from a growing field of challengers who are able to offer personalized products at lower costs and are empowered by their ability to access and harness new forms of data. In order to level the playing field, traditional financial institutions need to adapt new data models, such as non-relational databases, in order to gain flexibility, automation, speed, and the ability to innovate.
Choosing a Database Vendor in the Multicloud Era
This webinar will consider how traditional database technology was never intended for the multicloud environment in which most businesses now operate. As developers seek to build responsive, flexible applications at scale, they need a database that reflects these principles. Technologies such as cloud, mobile, social media, big data, and IoT, operating on a global scale, are demanding more from databases.
Couchbase vs. DynamoDB: Better Performance and Deployment Flexibility at Lower Cost
DynamoDB setups can run into performance issues and ballooning costs as your workload scales up. You’ll face problems when you need data available in real time. And DynamoDB’s proprietary query language adds yet another AWS service that your programmers and DBAs need to learn. Instead, you can deploy Couchbase on AWS in under 10 minutes and take advantage of the only database that combines the best of NoSQL, like high performance and multi-dimensional scaling, with the power and familiarity of SQL.
Database Management in the Cloud Era
The world of database management is changing. Cloud adoption is accelerating, along with automation, offering a path for companies to increase their database capabilities while keeping costs in line. Reducing infrastructure costs, improving systems agility and supporting new use cases are all key drivers. Moreover, since heterogeneity still rules the day at most enterprises, it’s no surprise that hybrid, multicloud architectures are quickly becoming the go-to strategy. At the same time, the challenges of managing, governing, securing and integrating data are growing in step as data environments continue to swell in size and complexity and new database skills and solutions are required.
To help IT decision-makers and practitioners survive and thrive in the cloud era, DBTA is hosting a special roundtable webinar on April 21st.
Moving from a Relational Model to NoSQL
This webinar will show architects and application developers how to achieve the benefits of NoSQL without denormalizing their data. You’ll learn how to migrate a table-based data model to JSON documents, tweak your queries for relational JSON data, and create indexes to support fast query performance.
The Future of IoT: Real-Time, Edge Computing and 5G
As IoT devices and applications continue to grow in volume and variety, the centralized, cloud-based model used by many enterprises is taking a back seat in favor of moving data and processes closer to the edge to increase their flexibility, agility and accessibility. With more and more organizations adopting real-time capabilities and 5G networks on the rise, 2020 is poised to be a banner year for digital transformation opportunities across industries. At the same time, challenges remain, from the well-tread issues of speed and scalability, to data security and governance.
NoSQL Steps Up: How Distributed NoSQL Meets Modern Analytics Demands
Modern application developers admire NoSQL databases for their flexibility and adaptability to agile development methodologies. However, as the pace of application modernization has quickened within the past few years, especially with respect to a growing urge to migrate data and applications to the cloud, system architects must ensure continued confidence in their prior NoSQL choices. In this panel discussion, TDWI Affiliate Analyst David Loshin will lead a panel discussion with industry experts about distributed NoSQL databases that support reporting and advanced analytics for static and streaming data across a hybrid environment.
Couchbase Over MongoDB for Better Scalability, Performance, and Architecture
It’s a common scenario. You deploy MongoDB™ to provide flexible data access to your applications – but it can’t keep up when you scale for more data and users. Worse yet, your analysts and tools rely on SQL, so real-time analysis is impossible without major help from IT.
Why Evolving Data Trends Demand Highly Available Edge Database Deployments
As modern business becomes more data driven, we’re seeing significant changes in how enterprises value data, where and how they use it, and where they keep it. In this webinar, 451 Research will share their insights on key data trends, including how data is growing and how perceptions about data are evolving. They’ll explain how new database platform technologies are adapting to these changes, and the best way to use these technologies in your business applications.
Couchbase will then discuss how edge database deployments can enable much higher availability for your edge applications than the cloud ever can.
Querying With NoSQL – MongoDB vs. Couchbase vs. MySQL
In this webinar, we’ll review the findings of the recent Altoros report that compares the MongoDB™ query language, Couchbase’s N1QL query language, and SQL (using MySQL for reference). We’ll show how each language delivers query results for standard enterprise applications in scenarios ranging from simple queries to complex aggregations. You’ll also learn about the fundamental distinctions between the query structure, syntax, and efficiency of the three languages. If you’re in the process of choosing a NoSQL database for your enterprise applications, this webinar is a perfect place to start.