Company Overview of Couchbase, Inc.
Couchbase, Inc. designs and develops NoSQL databases to enterprises for Web and mobile applications. It also offers Couchbase platform that is used by developers around the world to build enterprise Web, mobile, and Internet of things applications that support massive data volumes in real time. The company’s Couchbase platform includes Couchbase Server, a high-performance NoSQL distributed database; Couchbase Lite, an embedded NoSQL database that lives locally on mobile devices; and Couchbase Sync Gateway, an Internet-facing cloud component that securely synchronizes data between the mobile device and the cloud. It serves social and online gaming, advertising, communications, business servic...
2440 West El Camino Real
Mountain View, CA 94040
Founded in 2008
Key Executives for Couchbase, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and President
Co-Founder and Senior Vice President of Products
Co-Founder and Chief Architect
Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Couchbase, Inc. Key Developments
Couchbase Announces Appointment of Narayan Sundareswaran as Vice President of Business Development
Sep 21 16
Couchbase announced the appointment of Narayan Sundareswaran as Vice President of Business Development. Sundareswaran has more than 30 years of experience leading global growth and business development strategies within the technology industry, including time at SAP and recently, DataStax. Sundareswaran led DataStax’s technology partnerships and global business development and expanded the company’s ecosystem across web, mobile, cloud and IoT use cases. Prior to DataStax, Sundareswaran held various executive roles, culminating as a Global Vice President at the Office of the CTO at SAP.
Couchbase Appoints Peter Finter as Chief Marketing Officer
Sep 15 16
Couchbase announced the appointment of Peter Finter as Chief Marketing Officer. Finter is a senior international marketing executive who has led global organizations through periods of rapid growth and transformation. Finter joins Couchbase from Gigamon, where he led product management, business development and marketing.
Couchbase Announces General Availability of Couchbase Server 4.5
Jun 22 16
Couchbase announced the general availability of Couchbase Server 4.5. This significant new release delivers powerful new capabilities that make it far easier for enterprises with deep SQL experience and relational database technology to adopt NoSQL for mission critical applications. Couchbase has enhanced its breakthrough, SQL-based query language N1QL (“nickel”), with new features like graphical tools for visually exploring the data model and building ad hoc queries. Additional enterprise capabilities include advanced security, as well as significantly faster queries and indexing that extend Couchbase’s performance leadership in the NoSQL industry. The N1QL query language, introduced in Couchbase Server 4.0, empowered developers and admins, for the first time ever, to use their SQL skills to access and query JSON data. Couchbase Server 4.5 builds on N1QL, adding new features that make it even easier for customers to introduce NoSQL into their existing architecture, and give them greater confidence in making the transition: Query Workbench – A built-in query editor for writing and executing queries in N1QL and immediately viewing the results. Query Workbench makes it fast and easy to run ad-hoc queries on the fly. Auto schema discovery – Allows data modelers to visually explore and understand the shape of their data, and lets admins easily manage data even as it quickly changes. This makes it easy to evolve from the structure of relational to the more flexible JSON format. Query monitoring and profiling – Admins can monitor individual queries and the nodes running queries to discover diagnostic and performance details, enabling faster troubleshooting. Couchbase Server 4.5 includes numerous improvements that extend its performance lead to many new types of use cases that rely on complex queries. For customers, performance advantages translate into significant cost savings (fewer resources required for a given workload) and better end user experiences. Select features driving improved query performance in Couchbase Server 4.5 include: Memory-optimized global indexes – Lets developers build global indexes using a highly optimized, in-memory and lock-free data structure. This delivers faster, fresher indexes and high performance queries under very high data modification rates. Array indexing – N1QL’s support of array processing within queries has been extended – now it’s possible to create an index of array elements ranging from plain scalar values to complex arrays or JSON objects deeply nested in the array, further improving query performance. Flexible JOINs – N1QL has been extended to support new query optimizations that more efficiently handle JOINs, increasing performance of these queries by orders of magnitude. Fast partial reads and writes with JSON documents – Allows data in a document to be added, removed or modified within a document – without the application having to read and write the entire document. This results in better network utilization and faster reads and updates for large documents. As more mission critical applications are deployed on Couchbase, security becomes an increasing concern. The new release introduced two advancements in security: Couchbase Server 4.5 uses X.509 certificates to provide strongly trusted on-the-wire encryption for client-server communications, whether within a single cluster or across multiple clusters or data centers. This new capability makes it simple for administrators to manage and rotate certificates without application downtime. The new release adds role-based access control (RBAC) for administrators. In addition to the existing encryption and auditing facilities, RBAC provides fine grained control over administrative access and simplifies compliance with governance rules.
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