Couchbase has emerged as the leading NoSQL database to help enterprises with their digital transformation. As companies transition from legacy databases like Oracle to Couchbase, a number of questions may arise around effective data management of these applications.
Today's consumers demand that the products and services they buy connect to the world around them. To help businesses meet that requirement, Verizon launched ThingSpace, an innovative IoT development platform that allows its enterprise customers to build and connect their own IoT applications. Verizon chose Couchbase NoSQL to power the platform due to the massive scale of its deployment and the company's need for high availability, flexibility, and sub-millisecond latency.
NoSQL databases vary considerably in terms of ease of use, reliability, performance, and scalability. The challenge for architects and developers is to understand what those differences mean, and how they can affect the success or failure of your project. What looks great on paper or in the lab may not perform as expected in real-world production scenarios.
In this webinar, we’ll compare the two leading document databases – Couchbase and MongoDB.
L’économie de toutes les sociétés change très rapidement : votre base de données doit donc évoluer au moins aussi vite. Ainsi Couchbase Server 4.6 simplifie la création d’applications agiles, “responsive” et toujours disponibles pour manager les données en temps réel et évoluer selon les pics d’activité à la demande. En parallèle à Couchbase Mobile 1.4 avec une évolutivité encore plus fiable, plus performante et pour toutes vos applications “mission-critical” mobile et IoT.
Join our webinar as we explore the exciting new features coming in Couchbase Server 4.6. These include timestamp-based conflict resolution in cross datacenter replication (XDCR), new query functions, faster search with Full Text Search, and security enhancements.
Join us in this webinar as we explore these exciting and powerful new features. We’ll dig deep into results from our performance labs and delve into “offline-first” architecture that companies like GE, Becton Dickinson, Doddle, and more are using to power their next-generation mobile and IoT applications.