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  • High Availability and Disaster Recovery for Globally Distributed Data

    This whitepaper introduces you to Couchbase’s cross datacenter replication (XDCR) technology and walks you through a detailed overview of its architecture design and deployment flexibility. You’ll also learn why XDCR is ideal for hybrid deployment, cloud migration, and high availability.

  • DynamoDB Users-Why Switching to Couchbase Will Save You Time and Money

    Businesses using the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud often store their data in Amazon’s DynamoDB database with the expectation of tighter integration with AWS tools. This whitepaper explains why Couchbase’s NoSQL database is often a better choice for higher performance, lower cost, and greater flexibility.

  • Digital Transformation: Are We Finally Past the Unmet Expectations?

    This comprehensive 2019 survey of 450 heads of digital transformation provides the critical insights and analysis you need to plan your next steps.

  • Altoros Technical NoSQL Comparison Report

    This in-depth analysis from Altoros compares three leading NoSQL solutions – Couchbase, MongoDB™, and DataStax – and scores them across 24 key criteria, including performance, availability, fault tolerance, replication, recovery, and scalability. The report can help recommend the best database based on your specific needs.

  • Altoros Database Query Comparative Analysis

    In this report, Altoros provides a comparative analysis of the MongoDB query language, Couchbase's SQL for JSON, and MySQL. Altoros tested each query language against nine different business scenarios and rated each language for power and simplicity.

  • Couchbase vs. MongoDB for Query

    This whitepaper explores how the popular NoSQL databases Couchbase and MongoDB™ differ in their approach to query. Among many key differences, you'll learn that only Couchbase provides developers with the power and familiarity of SQL. And you'll learn why only Couchbase offers strong support for ANSI join constructs and advanced query optimization.

  • Couchbase vs. MongoDB for Global Deployment

    This whitepaper compares two solutions head to head across key global deployment criteria, including high-performance architecture, flexibility, setup and manageability, active-active conflict resolution, and more.

  • Couchbase Under the Hood: An Architectural Overview

    This paper describes Couchbase's core design principles for agile development, scalable performance, and system manageability. You'll be introduced to key Couchbase concepts. You'll take a deep dive into Couchbase's many services, including query, search, analytics, and mobile. And you'll get a guided tour of Couchbase's distributed foundation.

  • Couchbase vs. MongoDB™ for Scale-Out and High Availability

    Couchbase is a distributed NoSQL document-oriented database that supports a flexible data model, easy scalability, consistent high performance, high availability, and advanced security. In this paper, we'll focus on how Couchbase compares to MongoDB™ for scalability and high availability.

  • Comparing Two SQL-Based Approaches For Querying JSON: SQL++ and SQL:2016

    In this whitepaper, Don Chamberlin (co-designer of the original SQL) compares SQL++ and SQL:2016 – two quite different SQL-based approaches to querying JSON data. You’ll learn how SQL++ can enable you to easily use your existing SQL skills, shorten your queries by about 3x compared with SQL:2016, and operate on JSON data without converting it.

  • High Performance with Distributed Caching

    This whitepaper lets you compare Couchbase Server, Redis, and Memcached across performance, manageability, and scalability. You'll learn why many leading enterprises extend their Couchbase deployments to use cases beyond caching.

  • Powering Business-Critical Applications: Business Value of the Couchbase NoSQL Database

    This IDC whitepaper provides in-depth analysis of the benefits and ROI of Couchbase’s distributed NoSQL database.

  • How to Choose a Database for Your Mobile Apps

    The database you choose plays a key role in building successful mobile apps. If your app requires a connection to work, performance will be sluggish and spotty – and your customers will find a better experience elsewhere. Use this whitepaper to select the best mobile database for your needs based on 9 critical questions.

  • The Forrester Wave™: Big Data NoSQL, Q1 2019

    Using a 26-criterion evaluation, Forrester identified the 15 most significant NoSQL providers and researched, analyzed, and scored them. This report shows how each provider measures up, and helps you select the right one for your needs. You’ll learn how top NoSQL providers are rapidly innovating – and why Couchbase was named a Leader.

  • Time to Say Yes to NoSQL

    The world is creating an estimated 2.5 exabytes (2.5 quintillion bytes) of data per day, and relational DBs cannot manage most of it, according to IBM. Read this research report to learn why more organizations are moving away from relational DBs and toward NoSQL.

  • Best Practices for Data Protection and Security in the Couchbase Data Platform

    Download this white paper to explore 3 security drivers in depth and find out how a data platform can provide end-to-end security control from the "core" (data center or cloud) to the "edge" (mobile device or embedded system).

  • Moving from Relational to NoSQL

    This white paper explains the need for non-relational databases, describes advantages of NoSQL, and clarifies the important difference between SQL and NoSQL databases.

  • NoSQL Performance Benchmark 2018

    NoSQL databases can help achieve higher levels of performance and uptime for workloads that cannot be handled by traditional relational databases. This report compares the performance results of 3 popular NoSQL databases: Couchbase Server, MongoDB, and DataStax Enterprise (Cassandra).

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