Couchbase Cloud is accessible in AWS Marketplace

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Couchbase‘s fully-managed database-as-a-service (DBaaS), Couchbase Cloud, is presently accessible for possession in AWS Marketplace. Couchbase Cloud is a fully managed version of Couchbase Server which links the memory-first architecture of key-value reserves by its robust developer SDKs, SQL-friendly query language,schema-flexible JSON format, all extended as an ACID compliant, elastically scaling, globally replicating cluster architecture.

Fully-managed database-as-a-service

Couchbase Cloud enables clients to hold a collection of extremely open applications and use cases like online session caching user profiles, and catalog control for retailers, media content providers, and enterprises.

Senior Vice President of Business Development, Couchbase, Matt McDonough stated that more frequently they are recognizing the necessity to optimize costs while enhancing agility and innovation as two crucial factors that are stimulating enterprise adoption of cloud and as-a-service offerings like Couchbase Cloud. The attainability of Couchbase Cloud in AWS Marketplace does make it even simpler for clients to get going with Couchbase and maximize their return on investment while staying competitive.

Couchbase Cloud further helps companies capitalize on both goals via

  • Adaptability and performance of Couchbase Server joined with the emerging best practices of in-virtual private cloud (VPC) deployment on Amazon Web Services (AWS), which enables clients to immensely reduce operational costs of conventional deployments without giving up significant control across data and security.
  • Single pane of the glass control plane for cross datacenter replication (XDCR) and multi-cloud management, making it too easier to maintain and deploy various clusters over clouds in various regions.
  • Clear(Transparent), customer-friendly (user-friendly) setup, and licensing that joins with the software’s best-in-class, node-for-node performance to offer extremely low TCO for the generation of applications that serve present online-only user communities.
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