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8 Things You Didn't Know About Couchbase

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8 Things You Didn't Know About Couchbase

Both are NoSQL databases; MongoDB supports document-level querying and richer indexing, but Couchbase can become a Memcached replacement and document database

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This freshly minted Couchbase Badge shows 8 most important aspects of Couchbase. Starting from the top-left in a clockwise fashion:Image title

  1. N1QL is a comprehensive, declarative query language that brings SQL-like query capabilities to JSON documents
  2. Source code is fully open sourced under Apache 2.0 License
  3. Very easy to start, extensive documentation, free training makes it easy for developers to get started
  4. GeoJSON
  5. Couchbase 4.0 introduces innovative multi-dimensional scaling that enables to separate, isolate, and scale individual services – Query, Index, and Data – to improve application performance and resource utilization. No one-size-fits-all approach used by other NoSQL vendors.
  6. Developer Community since 2011
  7. Couchbase Mobile delivers the full power and flexibility of NoSQL to mobile. Developers can build online and offline application easily
  8. Consistent high Performance with push-button scalability, always on 24×7 with High Availability and Disaster Recovery, easy administration with WebUI, REST API, and CLI

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Couchbase Server 4.0 was released earlier this week, download now!

We’ll soon be coming at an event closer to you with tshirts and other swag printed with these badges!

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