Couchbase vs. MongoDBTM for Scale-Out and High Availability

Couchbase is a distributed NoSQL document-oriented database with a core architecture that supports a flexible data model, easy scalability, consistent high-performance, always-on 24×365 characteristics, and advanced security. It has been adopted across multiple industries and in the largest enterprises for their most business-critical applications. Many of those customers, including Carrefour, DirecTV, and Equifax, have gone through rigorous evaluations of Couchbase alongside MongoDB, and have chosen Couchbase based on a strong set of differentiated capabilities and architectural advantages, including:

  • Scale-Out and High Availability
  • Disaster Recovery
  • SQL/SQL++ Query for JSON
  • Hybrid Operational and Analytical Processing
  • Full-Text Search
  • Server-Side Eventing and Functions
  • Embedded Mobile Database

In this paper, we will focus on how MongoDB compares to Couchbase when it comes to enabling enterprise applications to scale easily, efficiently, and reliably, scale single services instead of the entire database, and avoid downtime and maintain high availability 24×7 with replication, automatic failover, and online operations.

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