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Nov 29, 2018
Couchbase Server 6.0: Run Analytical Workloads Alongside Your Operational Workloads
There’s a lot of JSON in this world. But if deriving value from that data requires ETL, then odds are your technology isn’t agile enough to unlock operational insights when it matters most.
Couchbase Server 6.0 introduces the new Couchbase Analytics service, enabling you to analyze data in its natural JSON format and get instant insights without having to worry about transforming and processing data. It also includes N1QL for analytics, the first commercial implementation of a query language based on the SQL++ framework.
Nov 20, 2018
Modernizing the Mainframe: Evolving Your Caching Layer Into a Source of Truth and System of Record
Perry Krug, Principal Architect
How do you keep data in multiple places while at the same time maintaining a single source of truth and a system of record?
Couchbase is uniquely able to provide the performance you need for a caching layer, the flexibility you need for a source of truth, and the reliability you need for a system of record without the need to manage data consistency between multiple systems, learn multiple APIs, or manage multiple technologies.
Nov 6, 2018
Moving Beyond SQL - Delivering Personalized, Responsive Experiences that Customers Crave
Tyler Mitchell, Senior Product Manager
In this webinar, we’ll share real-world lessons learned from customers, and practical advice and best practices for defining, choosing and then moving applications from a traditional RDBMS to NoSQL including:
- How application needs are evolving in the world of digital
- When to consider NoSQL vs a traditional RDBMS -Pros and cons of different NoSQL architectures
- When to use a document-centric option like Couchbase
- How to bridge the gap between NoSQL and SQL
Oct 30, 2018
How Comcast Creates a Single View of Customers with NoSQL
Ali LeClerc, Product Marketing Manager, Solutions
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.
In this webinar, Comcast’s Director of Software Development, Scott Carney, will share why Comcast chose the Couchbase Data Platform’s powerful yet flexible technology.
Oct 25, 2018
How to Architect Your Analytics Infrastructure for Digital Transformation
Still relying on legacy data analytics for your digital transformation?
Companies embarking on digital transformation efforts need an agile, fast, and scalable data analytics infrastructure to succeed. Legacy tools no longer fit into the new world of fast data and AI-Driven analytics. In this webinar, you’ll see how Couchbase Analytics and Knowi work together to deliver powerful analytics, data visualization, and machine learning capabilities to help you reach your digital transformation goals.
Oct 24, 2018
Simplify Cloud Adoption With Couchbase Autonomous Operator for Kubernetes
Anil Kumar, Principal Product Manager
The Couchbase Autonomous Operator is purpose-built to run your Couchbase database as a cloud-native application alongside your microservices applications. In this webinar, Couchbase’s Director of Product Management, Anil Kumar, will discuss the business challenges of cloud adoption, moving to a microservices architecture, and cloud portability – and then explain how Couchbase tackles those issues. He’ll also give a live demo of the Autonomous Operator.
Oct 23, 2018
Architecting your Mobile Storage Solution with a NoSQL data platform
Priya Rajagopal, Developer Advocate
Building a mobile app with local data storage capabilities can be a daunting task—but it doesn't have to be. In this webinar, we examine the main challenges and requirements of an offline or offline-first storage solution and discuss how you can overcome some of the toughest obstacles using NoSQL with JSON documents.
Oct 19, 2018
Why Financial Services Need an Engagement Database
Colin Risler, Senior Solutions Engineer
Today’s financial services customers have high expectations for every interaction – whether it’s an in-person payment, accessing account information online, or sending an e-payment via their mobile device. These modern demands have created a constantly evolving set of new requirements that are beyond the capabilities of the traditional system of record database.
Join Colin Risler, Solutions Engineer at Couchbase, to find out how Experian, CNP Assurances, and other leading financial services companies are using NoSQL and Couchbase’s Engagement Database in their big data architectures.
Aug 21-22, 2018
Couchbase Data Platform’s Latest Innovations - Server 5.5 and Mobile 2.1
Tyler Mitchell, Senior Product Manager
The latest release of the Couchbase Data Platform is built with the most powerful NoSQL technology and is architected for the massively interactive enterprise. It gives you unmatched developer agility, manageability, and performance at any scale, from any cloud to the edge. Join our webinar for a walk through of our most exciting updates, and learn how Couchbase Server 5.5 accelerates the production of massively interactive business applications and how Couchbase Mobile 2.1 extends the Couchbase Data Platform to the edge.
Aug 8, 2018
Switching From MongoDB to Couchbase for Scalability and Performance
Anuj Sahni, Product Marketing Director
If you want to create engaging customer experiences, you need a highly performant and scalable data platform. MongoDB might be a good fit for small-scale applications running on a few nodes, but try scaling it to support more users and bigger workloads and you’ll quickly hit a wall.
The good news is, it’s usually a simple process to move from MongoDB to Couchbase. Both are open source document databases, but only Couchbase has a purpose-built distributed architecture designed to perform at any scale. That’s why many leading companies like Viber, Staples, and DirecTV have made the switch.
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