At Couchbase Connect, I heard the inspiring story of AEDES - and how they partnered with Couchbase to build CERHIS, a mobile hospital information system that could change healthcare in central Africa.
At Couchbase Connect '17, I shot a fun demo video of EYE-SYNC, a mobile brain health assessment tool developed by SyncThink. CTO Dan Beeler shares what drives their brain health mission - and why they built a cloud data platform with Couchbase.
A month after a successful IPO, MongoDB has announced closer ties with AWS, making it easier for customers to buy through the cloud giant.
Startup growth is never a bad thing - but the strain it puts on an IT team is real. Jason Wu of AdStage told me how AdStage addressed its data scale issues, and why Apache Cassandra-as-a-Database service was the right choice.
At Couchbase Connect, Couchbase surprised me by using digital transformation as a rallying cry. But what is an "engagement database" really? I sat down with CEO Matt Cain to get answers.
At Couchbase Connect 2017, I found a memorable use case on Couchbase as a service, via a Dreamworks Animation presentation. The takeaway? The impact of microservices at scale.
The ancestry site has switched from a traditional RDBMS to NoSQL DataStax Enterprise and pruned back its scalability worries.
The German arm of Sky TV is moving away from its legacy MySQL environment to Couchbase in a bid to get a 360 view of the customer.
Matt Cain joined the company back in April and is hoping to make his mark in the competitive NoSQL by pushing Couchbase’s ‘engagement database’.
Microservices over monolothic apps! Perhaps - but the reality is never that simple. Here's how Yesware uses MongoDB as a service from mLab to give salespeople tools they need.
DevOps is loaded with hipster terminology and adoption debates. Shippable thinks there is a better way. But will easing DevOps integration help us serve customers better?
We speak to Sahir Azam, VP of cloud products at MongoDB, about how Stitch is aimed at making lives easier for developers.
Sometimes a good argument brings its own rewards. Such was the case with database management vendor Severalnines, who sent me a sharply-worded pitch about a database-as-commodity debate I started with MariaDB. Severalnines CEO Vinay Joosery brought a different take, questioning the revenge of SQL and raising the issue of cloud lock-in.