This session kicks off the Couchbase Connect Big Data track by answering some fundamental questions about the relationship between NoSQL and Hadoop. Both of these address the “big data” challenge but they target different parts of it. We’ll get concrete about where it makes sense to deploy NoSQL versus where it makes sense to deploy Hadoop. More importantly, we’ll discuss how NoSQL and Hadoop compliment each other and why they’re stronger together.
The world around us is changing and soon a digital experience will surround you in every aspect of life. This experience is enabled to web, mobile, and IoT applications. Businesses need a database that can meet the new needs of these applications. Come hear Ravi Mayuram share his vision on the next-generation database that the Digital Economy needs and learn about the latest technology innovations at Couchbase, including Couchbase Search and Couchbase Analytics, that are redefining the database.
In this session Mike Bluestein explores how developing mobile apps with Couchbase Lite and Xamarin is a breeze, allowing you to develop mobile applications for many types of platforms…quickly. Learn how to add Couchbase Lite to a Xamarin application, work with the API for local storage, and sync via the Sync Gateway. Get started using Couchbase Lite in your own Xamarin apps.
By automating the deployment of application inside software containers, Docker makes life easier for everyone – and by providing an always-on, scalable, flexible NoSQL database, Couchbase Server is enabling you to build applications like never before, with performance that was once unattainable. In this session, Docker’s Patrick Chanezon and Couchbase’s Tim Stephan will discuss how to combine the simplicity of Docker with the power of Couchbase Server to streamline your application development and deployment process. Developers – get the infrastructure out of the way and focus on your app. Architects – be secure in the knowledge that your applications will perform at scale.
With increased adoption of the NoSQL, companies are also increasingly populating Couchbase Server with sensitive information. This information can take the form of such things as personally identifiable information (PII), personal health information (PHI), or sensitive customer/internal information. This information must adhere to regulatory requirements – such as PCI and HIPPA, adhere to state and local privacy laws, adhere to customer and partner service level agreements, and have controls in place to prevent insider abuse of the sensitive information. In this session, learn how Vormetric and Couchbase have partnered together to address the data security needs for protecting sensitive information being stored in Couchbase Server.
When you’re running 600 Couchbase nodes on 6 datacenters worldwide, happily servicing peaks of 10M QPS and all you have is a .NET client, things start getting interesting in ten millions ways. This is the story of how we embraced other technologies to improve our solution, rewrote an open source .NET Couchbase client from scratch, and how to tackle the head-warping problems that arise at scale.
Old application? Ugly or outdated designs? High cost of maintenance? An in-depth look into our experience in using Couchbase as a catalyst to modernize a standalone software appliance into cloud-based horizontally-scalable services.