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Couchbase to Run Native with Key-Value API for ioMemory

SALT LAKE CITY April 30, 2012 Fusion-io Couchbase Couchbase Server

Brent Compton

Until recently, both database technology and storage were limited by using traditional approaches that did not keep pace with rapidly accelerating data demands. As society becomes more connected via the web and mobile applications, NoSQL database technologies have emerged to enable the cost-effective management of data behind modern web and mobile applications. Today, modern web applications are built to scale out to support more users. Innovative solutions like Couchbase Server NoSQL database are embracing new architectures like native access to ioMemory to support significant advancements in performance that enable applications to scale with demand.

Couchbase provides a tiered approach to scalability, permitting data to be cached in RAM and stored on flash with transparent migration of data between tiers to optimize performance, reliability, and cost requirements. Running native on flash supporting a cut through architecture, like ioMemory from Fusion-io, will reduce latency for Couchbase Server even further by removing complexity in accessing data. Early analysis indicates that running Couchbase native on ioMemory significantly improves sustained throughput for both random reads and writes. This accelerates the draining of write queues, the restart of a Couchbase cluster, and data rebalancing operations when adding or removing cluster capacity.

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