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Ravi Mayuram is responsible for product development and delivery of Couchbase NoSQL offerings. He comes to Couchbase from Oracle where he was a senior director of engineering leading innovations in the areas of recommender systems and social graph, search and analytics, and lightweight client frameworks. He was also responsible for kickstarting the cloud collaboration platform. Previously in his career, Ravi has held senior technical and management positions at BEA, Siebel, Informix and HP in addition to couple of start ups including BroadBand office, a Kleiner Perkins funded venture. Ravi holds a MS in Mathematics from University of Delhi.

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2021 IT Resolutions

Any set of New Year’s resolutions should resolve to actually try and keep the resolutions. January 19th is known as “Quitter’s Day” because it takes at least 21 days to form a habit, and most people don’t make it past...

Couchbase Supports Multi-Document ACID Transactions

I’m excited to announce support of “distributed multi-document ACID transactions” in Couchbase Server 6.5.  Whether you’re writing a new application or modernizing an existing relational application, with transactions in Couchbase 6.5 your work is easier than ever before.  Why distributed...

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Riding the Wave to Big Data NoSQL Leadership at Couchbase

Today, Forrester Research Inc. has recognized Couchbase as a Leader in its “The Forrester Wave™: Big Data NoSQL, Q1 2019.” [download here] Recognition from Forrester is a great honor, because when they say something, the industry sits up and pays...

Engaging for growth: Introducing the industry’s first Engagement Database

Today at Couchbase, we tread a new path by carving out a new category of database: the Engagement Database. What is an Engagement Database, you ask me – a guy steeped in the technology side of the business? It’s something...