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  • Live Webcast - Driving digital innovation with Couchbase in the Microsoft Azure cloud

    Webcasts · Mar 2017 · Provided By Couchbase

    Couchbase is the leading NoSQL database technology for businesses focused on digital innovation. Companies born in the cloud or looking to transform themselves into digital organizations choose Couchbase for its unique data model flexibility, elastic scalability, high performance, and 24x365 availability, which are ideal for building and deploying modern web,...

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  • Webcast - Driving digital innovation with Couchbase in the Microsoft Azure cloud

    Webcasts · Mar 2017 · Provided By Couchbase

    Couchbase is the leading NoSQL database technology for businesses focused on digital innovation. Companies born in the cloud or looking to transform themselves into digital organizations choose Couchbase for its unique data model flexibility, elastic scalability, high performance, and 24x365 availability, which are ideal for building and deploying modern web,...

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  • Moving from Relational to NoSQL: How to Get Started

    White Papers · Feb 2016 · Provided By Couchbase

    As enterprises shift to the Digital Economy – an economy powered by cloud, mobile, social media, and big data technologies – development and operations teams have to build and maintain web, mobile, and Internet of Things (IoT) applications faster and faster, and at greater scale. Increasingly, these applications are how...

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  • NoSQL Database Evaluation Guide

    White Papers · Feb 2016 · Provided By Couchbase

    At the heart of every Digital Economy business are its web, mobile, and Internet of Things (IoT) applications: they’re the primary way companies interact with customers today, and how companies run more and more of their business. The experiences that companies deliver via those apps largely determine how satisfied —...

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  • High Performance with Distributed Caching

    White Papers · Feb 2016 · Provided By Couchbase

    By caching frequently accessed data in memory – rather than making round trips to the backend database – applications can deliver highly responsive experiences that today’s users expect. And by reducing workloads on backend resources and network calls to the backend, caching can significantly lower capital and operating costs.

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