J. Chris AndersonDustin Sallings

Couchbase: Find Out What the Merger of CouchOne and Membase Means for Users

Date: This event took place live on April 19 2011

Presented by: J. Chris Anderson, Dustin Sallings

Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.

Cost: Free

CouchOne and Membase users have been begging for a combination of the power, performance and functionality of our technologies for some time. We listened, and Couchbase is the name of the new company, formed from CouchOne and Membase, and our new product family. Apache CouchDB document database technology is at the core of our combined solution. Membase, with its integrated memcached caching technology, adds technology enabling dynamic cluster elasticity and sustained low-latency, high-throughput data operations. Couchbase becomes the only document database capable of safely storing your data whether stored on a single server, or spread across hundreds.

In this webinar we'll introduce you to the Membase caching and clustering architecture, and show how CouchDB is a drop-in fit as the storage and query engine.

About the Presenters

Dustin is Chief Architect at Couchbase, was a co-founder of Membase. He also is a core committer for Membase and Memcached, and is the creator and maintainer of spymemcached, the high-performance memcached client for Java. Previously, Dustin was half of the Beyond.com performance engineering team and core developer of the Beyond.com ecommerce engine. Later, he was the lead engineer responsible for scaling 2Wire's device network infrastructure enabling it to manage and monitor millions of distributed devices, while simultaneously supporting the continuous addition of features to the system.

J. Chris Anderson is an Apache CouchDB committer and co-author of the O'Reilly book CouchDB: The Definitive Guide. He is a director of couch.io, offering commercial hosting, support, consulting, and custom development. He enjoys working on JavaScript CouchApps which can be peer-replicated just like any other data. Chris is obsessed with bending the physics of the web, and giving control back to users.

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