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Today’s high-tech leaders have embraced next-generation NoSQL database technology to build and run modern web, mobile, and IoT applications. Why? Because legacy relational databases are unable to keep up with the challenges in meeting the performance, scalability, availability, agility, and affordability requirements of their applications. This is why the High Tech sector uses Couchbase to underpin their business-critical apps as they move away from monolithic solutions to microservice-based architectures, focusing on building engaging, responsive, and scalable applications.


Why Couchbase NoSQL for high-tech applications

Key features for why high-tech customers choose Couchbase’s NoSQL database solution for their mission-critical applications.

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Customer testimonials related to high-tech applications

  • “Couchbase is a highly scalable, distributed data store that plays a critical role in LinkedIn’s caching systems.”
    Michael Kehoe, Senior Staff Site Reliability Engineer, LinkedIn
    10+ million queries per second
    <4 ms avg latency for 2.5+ billion items
  • “Capella’s price performance and edge capabilities give our developer team a more agile experience and allow our clients’ applications to remain synced.”
    Vigyan Kaushik, Co-founder and CEO, Quantic
    50% reduction in query time
  • “There are many key factors that made us choose Couchbase: scalability, high availability, XDCR, flexible schema, and advanced monitoring, to name a few.”
    Krishnan Venkatasubramanian, Head of IT Architecture, Sky
    50% reduction in sign-in time
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