TechValidate Research on Couchbase


Couchbase Case Study

Small Business Computer Software Company Improves Application Uptime & Availability Significantly with Couchbase

Introduction

This case study of a small business computer software company is based on a July 2020 survey of Couchbase customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service. The profiled company asked to have their name blinded to protect their confidentiality.

“Speed and versatility.”

Challenges

The business challenges that led the profiled company to evaluate and ultimately select Couchbase:

  • Experienced the following challenge prior to implementing Couchbase:
    • Long development cycles due to inefficiencies
  • Evaluated the following vendors before choosing Couchbase:
    • MongoDB
    • Postgres

Use Case

The key features and functionalities of Couchbase that the surveyed company uses:

  • Values the following Couchbase features compared to other solutions they have used:
    • Flexible schema
    • Kubernetes
    • N1QL
    • XDCR
  • Is storing up to 1,000,000 documents in Couchbase.
  • Is storing up to 200GB of data in Couchbase.
  • Is running up to 50k requests/operations per second in Couchbase.
  • Describes their Couchbase deployment:
    • Clusters: 10-50
    • Nodes: 50-200

Results

The surveyed company achieved the following results with Couchbase:

  • Rates the following improvements since working with Couchbase:
    • Increased query performance: up to 25%
    • Increased operational efficiency: up to 25%
    • Accelerated development cycles: 25-49%
    • Accelerated response times: 25-49%
    • Experienced more efficient database management: 25-49%
    • Improved application uptime & availability: 50-74%




About This Data

This data was sourced directly from verified users of Couchbase by TechValidate.

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