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Migrate From MongoDB to Couchbase with N1QL

Migrate From MongoDB to Couchbase with N1QL

Customers often tell us they’re preparing to migrate from MongoDB to Couchbase. They come, in part, because they’re tired of the problems they’ve experienced learning how to query MongoDB. Couchbase with N1QL provides a better alternative, especially for scaling up...

Joining NoSQL Data: MongoDB Query Language vs Couchbase N1QL

Joining NoSQL Data: MongoDB Query Language vs Couchbase N1QL

One of the most frequent questions I receive when it comes to NoSQL is on the subject of joining data from multiple documents into a single query result. While this question is brought up more frequently from RDBMS developers, I...

Migrate from MongoDB Mongoose to Couchbase with Ottoman

Migrate from MongoDB Mongoose to Couchbase with Ottoman

When talking to Node.js developers, it is common to hear about NoSQL as the database of choice for development. JavaScript and JSON come hand in hand because after all JSON stands for JavaScript Object Notation. This is a format most...

Moving from MongoDB to Couchbase server (revisited)

Note: this blog post is a revist of Matthew Revell’s Moving from MongoDB to Couchbase Server This is a developer-focused guide to moving your application’s data store from MongoDB to Couchbase Server. If you’re interested in migrating from a relational...

Concurrency Behavior: MongoDB vs. Couchbase

Multi-User Testing   David Glasser of Meteor wrote a blog on an MongoDB query missing matching documents issue he ran into.  It is straightforward to reproduce the issue on both MongoDB MMAPv1 and MongoDB WiredTiger engine. Here are his conclusions...

November 30, 2016

MongoDB fails to perform, runs out of gas

Is performance still a problem for MongoDB? Avalon benchmarked Couchbase Server and MongoDB last year, and a lot has changed since then. Couchbase Server 4.0 introduced a SQL-based query language, N1QL. Couchbase Server 4.1 added prepared statements and covering indexes,...

Moving from MongoDB to Couchbase Server

Moving from MongoDB to Couchbase server This is a developer-focused guide to moving your application’s data store from MongoDB to Couchbase Server, following on from Laurent’s guide to making the move from PostgreSQL. While it doesn’t cover every corner-case, it...

Move Documents from MongoDB to Couchbase

Maybe you remember my post about moving data from CouchDB to Couchbase. If you are not using CouchDB but MongoDB you might have felt let down. I am sorry. Let’s fix this. Here’s how to move your data out of...

Server Utilization: Couchbase vs MongoDB

When I started out using MongoDB in 2012 as the ops and architecture guy, I had a few key problems with how it is architected. As time has passed, I’ve observed others having similar challenges. A fundamental problem is MongoDB...

What does MongoDB have against transparency?

MongoDB published another benchmark performed by United Software Associates. Benchmarks are a useful tool to evaluate database performance. But to be useful, they must be transparent and repeatable. If they fail to meet these standards, the results are questionable. In...

Leading NoSQL Database Vendors Couchbase, MongoDB, and DataStax Lock Horns

It’s official. The leading NoSQL database vendors – DataStax, MongoDB, and Couchbase – have locked horns. In the past 30 days, Couchbase published a benchmark on March 19th. MongoDB responded by publishing a benchmark on March 31st. DataStax responded by...

MongoDB Rules Single Node Deployments, Fails to Scale

MongoDB published an independent benchmark comparing the performance of MongoDB, Apache Cassandra, and Couchbase Server in single node deployments to counter the one we published comparing the performance of MongoDB and Couchbase Server in 9-node deployments. MongoDB performs well when...