Ineffective database architecture drives costs up

Applications supported by legacy databases or multiple databases can suffer a myriad of architectural issues. Those problems lead to production issues and high costs that limit business evolution.


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Customer success stories of lowering cost

  • “Couchbase is a trifecta of value. We get more features, save time, and spend less money all at once."
    Philip Lupercio, VP of Technology, BroadJump
    500% faster query speed
    25% shorter development cycles
  • “Couchbase Capella has the best pricing and performance we’ve seen from a DBaaS. We’ve reduced cost by 50% and increased performance by 2,000%.”
    Scott W. Bradley, Principal Engineer, Facet Digital
    50% cost reduction
    2,000% performance improvement
  • “What we value a lot is that Couchbase was able to embrace with us our vision to the cloud, and the fact that we wanted to operate data stores directly on PaaS.”
    Vincent Bersin, Unit Manager, NoSQL Solutions, Amadeus IT Group
    50% TCO reduction
  • “We really liked the architecture of Couchbase – the memory-first approach, N1QL, and cross data center replication.”
    Kris Alexander, Platform Architecture Lead, Gannett
    75% reduction in licensing fees
    140M monthly users
  • “Trendyol gets the performance and scale required for its e-commerce applications across 27 countries in Europe for more than 30 million users.”
    75% increased operations
    75% faster development cycles