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Sandhya Krishnamurthy is a technologist with a strong database development background and pre-sales experience. She is a part-time artist, part-time singer and full-time mom.

Building a Mobile Application with Couchbase – Part 3

Building a Mobile Application with Couchbase – Part 3

Part 3: Adding sync functionality to a centralized server This multipart blog will help the reader build an end-to-end mobile application using the industry-leading features of Couchbase Lite.  A state of the art, end-to-end, scalable and production grade application should...

Building a Mobile Application with Couchbase – Part 2

Building a Mobile Application with Couchbase – Part 2

This multipart blog will help you build an end-to-end mobile application using the industry-leading features of Couchbase Lite. State of the art end-to-end, scalable and production-grade applications include the following features: An embedded database – storing data locally reduces network...

Build A Mobile Application With Couchbase – Part 1

Build A Mobile Application With Couchbase – Part 1

This multipart blog will help you build an end-to-end mobile application using Couchbase Lite. State of the art end-to-end, scalable and production-grade applications include the following features: An embedded database – storing data locally reduces network trips to a centralized...

Modelling the Taxlot Matching Process in N1QL

Purpose of this Article This article enumerates how the tax lot matching process can be modelled and the run in Couchbase. While the data model itself is a subjective thing, this article is going to only list the major entities...

BCBS 239 and NoSQL databases

The birth of BCBS 239 This blog examines the principles of BCBS 239 strictly thru the technology perspective and how NoSQL is relevant in the world of compliance in the financial industry and. But before we dive into that here...

Choosing the right fit – Immediate or Eventual Persistence?

Choosing the right fit –  Immediate or Eventual Persistence? With the emergence of NoSql databases, “eventual persistence” is an option available to accelerate reads and writes to the database. Persistence, also popularly known as durability to disk, has long been...

The Value of Schemaless Databases

Schemaless (or “schema-less”) databases are the latest buzzword in the IT world. Geek programmers seem to love the flexibility and low cost and these attributes have fired up many a start-up. Having come from a heavily relational database background the...