In modern applications, scalability is one of the most important keys to success. High availability requires distributed systems that can scale with load and data size. Couchbase has been recognized to be one of the fastest and easiest to scale NoSQL databases. Ortus Solutions has developed plugins for CFML applications (powered by ColdFusion and/or Railo) and Couchbase to bring this power to your CFML applications.
Many modern applications are using NoSQL document stores for rapid development and flexible data models. Many data needs can be satisfied by storing JSON documents that allow for on-the-fly modifications. You can index JSON documents of any structure using map reduce functions, and execute queries against them. Couchbase will bring both scalability, flexible data models and much more to your CFML applications.
In this webinar you'll see:
Luis Majano, CEO, Ortus Solutions
Luis Majano is a Computer Engineer born in El Salvador and is the president of Ortus Solutions (www.ortussolutions.com), a consulting firm specializing in CFML, web development, architecture and professional open source support and services. His background includes over 13 years of software development experience, architecture and system design.
He is the creator of the ColdBox MVC Platform (www.coldbox.org), ContentBox Modular CMS (www.gocontentbox.org), manages the Inland Empire user group and is an Adobe Community Professional. He lives in California with his beautiful wife Veronica, baby girl Alexia and coming soon baby boy Lucas! You can read his blog and technology musings at www.luismajano.com.
Brad Wood, Software Architect and Product Evangelist, Ortus Solutions
Brad grew up in southern Missouri and after high school majored in Computer Science with a music minor at MidAmerica Nazarene University (Olathe, KS). Today he lives in Kansas City with his wife and three girls. Brad blogs when he can (http://www.codersrevolution.com), and enjoys all sorts of international food and the great outdoors.
Brad has been programming ColdFusion for 12 years and has used every version of CF since 4.5. He first fell in love with ColdFusion as a way to easily connect a database to his website for dynamic pages. He enjoys configuring and performance tuning high availability Windows and Linux ColdFusion environments as well as SQL Server. He also loves source control (SVN, Git) , Unit Testing, Continuous Integration, NoSQL, and Agile.
Tugdual Grall, Developer Advocate, Couchbase