Overview of CouchBase
In today’s world, enterprises need a modern database to underpin application development along with creating and engaging digital experiences. And as this need for highly agile, scalable database technology to create amazing customer experiences continues is successfully fulfilled by Couchbase’s. Couchbase is one of the popular and emerging NoSQL databases on the market today.
It is a NoSQL nonrelational DBMS, which is significantly different from traditional relational DBMS in many aspects. It is mainly designed for distributed data stores in the very large-scale data storage requirements which can be of terabytes and petabytes of data. These data storing mechanisms might not require fixed schemas, avoid join operations, and typically scale horizontally.
In our Couchbase tutorials, we will cover Introduction, Couchbase Installation on the various machine including Centos Linux, Ubuntu Linux, OS X Systems, and Windows Systems. We will also explore the Setup of Couchbase, Concepts of Couchbase, its Architecture, Guidelines for Administrator and Developer
Prime highlights of Couchbase are:
||Flexible data model and dynamic schemas
||N1QL, similar to SQL for manipulating JSON data
||Low, few sub-millisecond latency
||High, easily scalable on commodity hardware
||Easy administration through identical server software
||Performs all the operation while it is online
Some of the other features are:
- Blend of two NoSQL technologies-Membase and CouchDB
- The database remains in server cluster made of multiple nodes
- The locking mechanism allows client coordination.
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