Solution Brief:

AMD EPYC™ Processor Meets the Needs of Today’s Datacenter Workloads Designed from the ground up for a new generation of solutions, AMD EPYC implements a philosophy of choice without restriction. Choose the number of cores and sockets that meet your needs without sacrificing key features like memory and I/O. Each EPYC system-on-chip (SoC) can have from 8 to 32 cores with access to incredible amounts of I/O and memory regardless of the number of cores in use, including 128 PCIe lanes, and access to 2 TB of high-speed memory per socket.

EPYC’s innovative architecture translates to terrific performance at a low cost. More importantly, the performance you’re paying for is appropriate to the performance you need.

Storage intensive workloads can utilize the plentiful I/O bandwidth with the right number of cores (avoiding overpaying for unneeded power), while compute-intensive workloads can make use of fully loaded core counts, dual sockets and plenty of memory.

Couchbase: maximizing the customer experience at cloud-scale

Digital innovation is transforming the way we shop, communicate, work together and socialize. Every interaction from every source becomes a data point that must be captured, stored analyzed and understood in order to build a world-class customer experience; an experience that is itself a primary competitive differentiator.

Couchbase understands the need to deliver extraordinary customer experiences and has architected a system that:

  • is agile enough to adapt to changes in trends and user preferences,
  • creates more responsive and context aware customer experiences,
  • enables a seamless experience across platforms, channels and devices,
  • easily supports exponential growth in users, data and operations at low cost

AMD and Couchbase teams have collaborated and certified the Couchbase 5.5 on AMD EPYC based servers

Read the full solution brief here: AMD-EPIC-Couchbase-Solution-Brief.

 

Posted by Keshav Murthy

Keshav Murthy is a Senior Director at Couchbase of N1QL R&D. Previously, he was a Senior Director at MapR, Senior Architect for IBM, with more than 20 years experience in database design & development. He lead the SQL and NoSQL R&D team at IBM Informix. He has received two President's Club awards at Couchbase, two Outstanding Technical Achievement Awards at IBM. Keshav has a bachelors degree in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Mysore, India, holds eight US patents and invented databases for systems of engagement.

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