Tag Archives: Couchbase

N1QL SQL for NOSQLCouchbase database

N1QL SQL for NOSQLCouchbase database

How will it adopted in popular NOSQL solutions like Redis? This looks like it is for Couchbase

http://www.infoworld.com/article/2977045/nosql/n1ql-brings-sql-to-nosql-databases.html

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Viber? Couchbase NOSQL still limited

Viber? Couchbase NOSQL still limited

So who cares about this old video, Couchbase is so severely limited on the client languages it support. The open source edition seems limited . As said, it really comes down to Redis or MongoDB but we are already decided on that one

Also, the video below does not talk about metrics in speed improvement. Just half the servers: big whoop

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MongoDB NOSQL outperforms Cassandra and Couchbase?

 

MongoDB NOSQL outperforms Cassandra and Couchbase?

Is this true

A new independent study shows that MongoDB outperforms key value stores. The results demonstrate that MongoDB provides greater scalability than NoSQL vendors Cassandra and Couchbase in all tests, by as much as 13x.
Download the report to access detailed performance results.

https://www.mongodb.com/collateral/scalability-benchmarking-mongodb-and-nosql-systems-report

I always heard about MongoDB is the better choice but no one ever compares Redis. Or is that even a fair comparison

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WTF Couchbase NOSQL? Really you are true open source with unpublished pricing. Hello Redis AGAIN

WTF Couchbase NOSQL? Really you are true open source with unpublished pricing. Hello Redis AGAIN

I thought this video was interesting but I keep hearing’ ‘customers’. I then realize there is a community vs enterprise. Pricing? Try this site:

http://www.couchbase.com/subscriptions-and-support

REQUEST PRICING?

WTF? Go screw yourself with how you define open source. Have you ever heard of bait and switch? True rubbish!! I quickly abandoned ship and revisited the Redis/Erlang stack videos instead.

I really despire companies that do this.

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Here are some further thoughts of comparison of Redis vs Erlang NOSQL databases: Couchbase Mnesia Riak

Here are some further thoughts of comparison of Redis vs Erlang NOSQL databases: Couchbase Mnesia Riak

These are even more confusing but helps for resolution here:

Couchbase vs Redis

Couchbase master to master replication unique and also has no locking concepts!

http://db-engines.com/en/system/Couchbase%3BRedis

SImple for Redis:

For example, if you were working on a high performance algorithmic trading and you were pulling ticker prices out of a firehose and needing to store them at an insane rate so they could be processed, Redis is exactly the kind of datastore you would want to turn to for that — definitely not Mongo, CouchDB or MySQL.

http://rick-hightower.blogspot.ca/2014/04/well-put-when-should-you-use-mongodb-vs.html

This is also outdated

 

Booto Couchbase:

Memcached vs. Couchbase:
We compared the performance of a standard Memcached (1.4.x) server with a Couchbase server (not version 2) and saw ~40% performance degradation with Couchbase.  This is mainly because Couchbase doesn’t not serve all the items from in-memory.

Yeh to Redisl

But Memcached can also run over a multi-threaded architecture, so unless you shard your Redis dataset, Memcached should have performance advantages here.
That said, Redis supports pipelining, which is ~x5 faster than without pipelining, and Memcached doesn’t support pipelining capability.

Memory is cheap for this via a local server:

The one downside of Redis is the memory overhead. You need 2X RAM to store X data. Memcached is a little more efficient & transparent with memory organization – you can examine the slabs, etc.

http://www.quora.com/Performance/Does-Redis-or-Couchbase-noSQL-have-total-higher-throughput-when-used-as-a-memcached-replacement

This article could resell you on Couchbase:

http://www.computing.co.uk/ctg/news/2330148/viber-explains-why-it-ditched-mongodb-and-redis-in-favour-of-couchbase

It sounds like a NO to Mnesia:

  • Erlang only interface
  • Tables limited to 2GB
  • Deadlock prevention scales poorly
  • Network partitions are not automatically handled, must recombine tables automatically

http://nosql.mypopescu.com/post/711855931/all-erlang-riak-and-mnesia

Confused? Maybe I should start with Couchbase for the Erlang since it SHOULD be easier to integrate. I also like the lockless capability and they do cover all the major language bindings I want.

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How to install Redis into Erlang

 

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