NoSQL for video games and gaming

In the first half of this webinar, Couchbase will describe the business and technical challenges faced, and how leading companies use NoSQL for everything from user profiles and game data to microtransactions and messaging – benefiting from easier scalability, better performance, higher availability, and shorter development lifecycles. In the second half of this webinar, Blizzard Entertainment will describe their initial use case, why they turned to NoSQL, what their experience was like, and what they learned. In addition, they will describe future plans and next steps for NoSQL and Couchbase Server.

The Why, When, and How of NoSQL: A Practical Approach

More and more Fortune 1000 companies like Marriott, Cars.com, Gannett, and PayPal are choosing NoSQL over relational databases like Oracle, SQL Server, and DB2 to power their web, mobile, and IoT applications. Why? Lower costs, higher performance and availability, better agility, and easier scalability. According to The Forrester Wave™: Big Data NoSQL, Q3 2016 report, “NoSQL is no longer an option.” Come see why.

Modern infrastructure with NoSQL and containers

The best way to deploy and scale a NoSQL database is with elastic infrastructure, with containers being one of the most efficient platforms – deployed on premise or in the cloud. In this webinar, we’ll discuss how development and operations teams can benefit from running NoSQL databases on containers, as well as the options for doing so. 

Solving Key Mobile Development Challenges with NoSQL

In this webinar, we’ll use the healthcare industry as an example to take you through common mobile use cases and how major industries are solving for today’s mobile challenges. Specifically, we’ll discuss why some of the largest healthcare companies are moving away from legacy technologies to Couchbase Mobile NoSQL to power their mobile apps.

MongoDB vs. Couchbase Server – Architecture & Code

MongoDB and Couchbase Server are both open source document databases, but their different architectures determine how well they scale and perform. In this webinar, we’ll cover the most common operational challenges with MongoDB, then we’ll explain the important differences between MongoDB and Couchbase.

Announcing Couchbase Server 4.5 – A Smooth Transition to NoSQL

Join us in this webinar as we explore the important and exciting new features coming in Couchbase Server 4.5. We’ll dig deep into results from our benchmark labs and dive into the SQL query language enhancements, new indexing capabilities and simplified schema inference, improved Docker support, and increased security compliance.

How to run NoSQL on top of Oracle, get better performance, and lower costs

Are you thinking about running NoSQL on top of your Oracle database, but not sure where to start? Then this webinar has the answers you need. We’ll show you how leading companies like Digital Insight, Marriott, Tesco, eBay, and Dixons Carphone are using Couchbase with Oracle and other relational databases to improve performance and cut costs for their critical web, mobile, and IoT applications.

Using Location, NoSQL and Analytics Solutions to Create Omnichannel Marketing Programs

As data-generating products are increasingly leveraged by enterprises, optimizing and managing the Big Data economy requires various technologies and solutions working in harmony. In particular, this webinar will focus on how businesses can best create, manage and analyze location-triggered mobile experiences and the data they produce. Bringing together thought leaders from Gimbal, Intricity and Couchbase, we will explain how beacons can be used by massive retailers, entertainment venues and more looking to implement the technologies on massive scale. Further, we will explain how incorporating NoSQL databases and leading analytics tools help maximize their investment and gain deeper engagement and insight capabilities.

Relational to NoSQL: How to Get Started from SQL Server

More and more companies, from eBay and PayPal to VISA and Wells Fargo, are choosing NoSQL over relational databases like SQL Server. Why? They need a simpler, more efficient alternative - one that’s easy to scale, provides better performance, and lowers costs.


If you’re a developer, architect, or operations engineer looking for a database with built-in failover, partitioning, and replication so you can do away with AlwaysOn Failover Cluster Instances and Availability Groups, or, if you’re looking for a cross-platform database that lets you choose whether to run on Windows or Linux so you’re no longer tied to Windows Server, this webinar will show you how to get started.