Episode 411

Modern Data Architecture: A Look at NoSQL & Couchbase


May 16th, 2022

35 mins 42 secs

Season 2022

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About this Episode

Data is more critical, more abundant, and less structured than at any point in history. The attributes and uses of data are shifting, stressing traditional relational database management tools that we've come to rely on. NoSQL promises one answer to modern data management.

Couchbase's VP of Product & Solution Marketing, Jeff Morris, joins hosts Matt Kimball and Steve McDowell, principal analysts at Moor Insights & Strategy, to talk us through the technology, where its best deployed, and how Couchbase plays in the space.

00:00 Show Open

00:03 Matt's Foolishness
00:45 Let's Talk about NoSQL
01:20 Introduce CouchBase VP Solutions & Product Marketing, Jeff Morris
02:46 How has data management evolved over the past decade?
05:39 Is there a performance hit when moving away from traditional RDMS?

07:54 Optimal use-cases for NoSQL databases
15:45 CouchBase Mobile & Devices
19:53 Is NoSQL a 'big lift' for IT practitioners?
24:44 Capella: CouchBase-as-a-Service
30:33 SQL & NoSQL, a Peaceful Co-Existance?
32:24 Where is CouchBase Focused over the next 12-18 months?
34:37 Wrapping Up.
35:43 The End!