Understanding NoSQL Document Databases: Architecture and Code

The Digital Economy is quickly changing how the world does business, and many companies are switching to NoSQL to meet the rapidly evolving demands of their web, mobile, and IoT applications. The most popular form of NoSQL is a document database, but not all document databases are created equal.

NoSQL databases vary considerably in terms of ease of use, reliability, performance, and scalability. The challenge for architects and developers is to understand what those differences mean, and how they can affect the success or failure of your project. What looks great on paper or in the lab may not perform as expected in real-world production scenarios.

In this webinar, we’ll compare the two leading document databases – Couchbase and MongoDB. We’ll discuss the common operational challenges of MongoDB and explore the most important differences between the two databases, including:
  • Architecture
  • Data consistency
  • Deployments
  • Data reads, writes, and queries
  • Support for multiple data centers
Join us to learn why Couchbase is the best NoSQL database for high performance, scalability, and flexibility.

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