Results for: mongodb

consistent: to be, or not to be

That’s the question. This is from a client’s point of view absent a partition and / or failover. MongoDB Is data in MongoDB consistent? MongoDB executes read and write operations on the primary node, and data is consistent. However, performance...

DataStax FUD

This is not the first time I've addressed FUD (link). However, it is the first time I've addressed FUD directed at Couchbase and that's a great thing. After all, I know what happens next. First they ignore you, then they...

Dissecting the NoSQL Benchmark

Let's dissect the Fall 2014 NoSQL Benchmark. Apache Cassandra / DataStax Enterprise. MongoDB. Couchbase Server. Go. Hardware   Server (8) Client (32) Processor Intel Xeon E5-2620 V2 (2) Intel Core i5-4440 Memory 64GB 8GB Storage (Data) 100GB SATA 6Gb/s SSD...

Key-value or document database? Couchbase 2.0 bridges the gap.

Early this morning, Couchbase 2.0 was officially released. The release is a big step forward for the Couchbase open source project and, in my opinion, has the potential to shake up the NoSQL landscape. You can read all about the...

December 16, 2014

Interview with Enyim author and maintainer Attila Kisko

Today I had the pleasure of spending some time with Attila Kisko, a Membase contributor and the author and maintainer of Enyim – the Membase Client Library for .NET. On holiday in San Francisco from Budapest, Hungary, Attila came by...

December 16, 2014

An emerging data management architectural pattern behind interactive web applications

The user-data connection is driving NoSQL database-Hadoop pairing AOL Advertising runs one of the largest online ad serving operations, serving billions of impressions each month to hundreds of millions of people. AOL faced three data management challenges in building their...

December 16, 2014

The Database Cage Match: Redux

Within every market, a leader emerges. In the 90s, the database market was represented by fierce competition between Sybase, Informix and Oracle. Oracle emerged as the leader. It was a well engineered database, a high performance database, and a general...

Couchbase Developer Days and LivePerson: Who, What and Why?

I’ve recently returned from a rather brilliant Couchbase trip to Israel. My colleague Tug Grall and I lead the Couchbase Developer Day held at the LivePerson offices, which was followed by a Couchbase meetup with ILTechTalks. Israel has an ever-growing,...

December 16, 2014

Couchbase @ Ziniki : The odyssey to find “Find”

Ziniki Infrastructure Systems built their integration tier on top of Couchbase, because the combination of document storage with incremental mapreduce gave them a powerful way to query data. In this blog, Gareth Powell, founder and architect at Ziniki, describes his...

Cost of Computing, Large Energy Consumption, Massive Cost of Running Data Center… AND How Couchbase can Help You Lower All

I spent the last few years at a number of companies with large computational needs. Both at Microsoft’s Azure and Twitter, cost of computation (a.k.a the $s it takes to run your systems) was a key metric of success. It...

April 14: The Week in Couchbase NoSQL

April 14: The Week in Couchbase NoSQL Hello all, here is the new week in review for Couchbase Community events and other happenings in case you missed it when it happened! Check back in every week for the latest blogs...

December 16, 2014

Surprises in our NoSQL adoption survey

Today we shared some results from a survey we conducted a few weeks ago to assess the current state of NoSQL adoption. Though we originally ran the survey to gather data for planning purposes, we found the data so interesting...

December 16, 2014