Company Overview of Couchbase Inc.
Couchbase Inc., a NoSQL database software company, designs, develops, and delivers database solutions for Web businesses worldwide. The company’s products include Couchbase Mobile, a NoSQL solution optimized for deployment on iOS and Android devices, which allows developers to write Web applications; Membase Server, a distributed key-value NoSQL database optimized for the data management needs of interactive Web applications; and Couchbase Single Server, a document database technology solution. It provides Memcached, a distributed data caching technology for Web applications, as well as offers product training and consulting services. The company was formerly known as Membase, Inc. and chang...
200 West Evelyn Avenue
Mountain View, CA 94041
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 2013.
Couchbase Inc. Key Developments
Couchbase Continues Global Expansion in France, China, Japan, India and Israel
Mar 28 14
Couchbase announced the opening of five new offices in Paris, Beijing, Tokyo, Bangalore and Tel Aviv. Couchbase's international expansion will support the roaring demand for high-performing and scalable database solutions for enterprises. The new locations in Beijing, Tokyo and Bangalore mark the company's first offices in Asia, while Paris and Tel Aviv represent continued development in the EMEA market.
Couchbase Appoints Doug Laird as Chief Marketing Officer
Feb 27 14
Couchbase announced that Doug Laird has joined the company as its Chief Marketing Officer. Laird will lead global marketing, responsible for extending Couchbase's early success and establishing the company as the market leader for enterprise-grade NoSQL. Prior to Couchbase Laird was at Wildfire, where he served as CMO for its rapidly growing social media marketing business through the company's acquisition by Google for a reported $400 million.
Couchbase Releases Couchbase Server 2.5 Enterprise Edition
Feb 11 14
Couchbase announced that it has released Couchbase Server 2.5 Enterprise Edition. The release, available includes capabilities for enterprise grade performance, including new features such as Rack Awareness for high availability and cross data center (XDCR) data encryption for secure data center replication. High Availability with Rack Awareness: To ensure enterprise-class availability and reliability, master data and replicated data should be stored on different server racks. Couchbase Server 2.5 Enterprise Edition's newly introduced Rack Awareness provides a simple, flexible and effective solution for data replication that is easy to scale and administer. With Couchbase Rack Awareness, the user can create logical groupings of Couchbase Server nodes and replica copies of the data are automatically distributed across server nodes located on different racks. This intelligent data replication ensures that data is secure despite disruptions such as power outages, or switch or rack failure. Rack Awareness is especially needed for applications running on public clouds, such as Amazon EC2, where customers have no control over infrastructure availability and uptime. With Couchbase Server Enterprise Edition 2.5, customers running applications on a public cloud can leverage Rack Awareness to ensure that replica data is stored on separate zones to maintain 24/7 application uptime. Secure Cross Data Center Replication: One of the most compelling features delivered in Couchbase Server 2.0 was the addition of Cross Data Center Replication. XDCR delivers high performance by storing data closer to a user's physical location, and increases application reliability by operating in multiple data centers. Couchbase Server Enterprise Edition 2.5 builds on the existing XDCR functionality with advanced, secure data encryption. In the absence of a virtual private network, data sent between networks is typically sent over a wide area network (WAN). Data moving across a WAN is vulnerable unless it is encrypted. With Couchbase Server Enterprise Edition 2.5, data can be transmitted using SSL encryption between data centers. This new layer of security helps enterprises achieve global scale in a secure manner. Couchbase for the Enterprise: More and more global companies are finding that only Couchbase provides the high availability, scalability and performance they need to move from grassroots NoSQL projects, to large mission-critical, deployments. For example, due to scalability issues with their initial NoSQL deployment, a large messaging company recently replaced MongoDB with Couchbase. With its newest release, Couchbase Server Enterprise Edition 2.5, Couchbase is providing more functionality for large enterprises to confidently make the transition to NoSQL. With 400% growth and customers including AOL, PayPal, Viber, Amadeus, Concur and Orbitz, Couchbase is quickly becoming the leader for enterprise-class NoSQL databases, because Couchbase scales easier, faster and further, delivering high performance, 24/7/365 availability and reduced cost of administration.
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