Couchbase Brings NoETL to NoSQL with New Analytics Service in Latest Release of Couchbase Data Platform
Industry-first capabilities help the massively interactive enterprise reap actionable insights through a modern hybrid operational and analytical database architecture
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Couchbase Connect SV, September 19, 2018 — Couchbase, Inc., creator of the world’s first Engagement Database, today announced the latest version of the Couchbase Data Platform with Couchbase Server 6.0. The latest release delivers new analytics services that enable organizations to derive real-time insights from operational data with quick setup in five clicks. With new features including an industry-first capability to circumvent the ETL transformation process, the first commercial implementation of the SQL++ language in N1QL for Analytics, and Autonomous Operator for Analytics, enterprises can get faster access to data and insights from operational data with minimal effort.
The Couchbase Data Platform supports hybrid transactional and analytical processing (HTAP) database requirements that allow business users to run ad-hoc analytical queries leveraging a massively parallel processing (MPP) architecture, without impacting operational application performance. Couchbase Server 6.0 provides immediate availability of operational data for analytical processing by enabling enterprises to run analytical queries on JSON data without the delay or complexity of schema re-design and data transformation that occur with relational databases.
From providing real-time game statistics at sporting events to making historical data comparisons against real-time data on the spot, Couchbase Server 6.0 has already seen its way into various enterprise use-cases where insights are being culled from operational data to make immediate business decisions to improve customer and employee experiences.
Some of the new features and associated benefits in Couchbase Server 6.0 include:
NoETL for NoSQL: Process JSON data in its natural without the need for any transformation or schema design
Fast ingest: Availability of data for analytical processing in milliseconds
Ad-hoc querying: Allows business users to explore data and perform complex joins and aggregations
SQL for JSON: SQL-inspired language for working with nested, schema less world of modern NoSQL systems
Workload isolation: Run ad-hoc queries without impacting application performance
N1QL for analytics: First commercial implementation of the SQL++ language for querying schemaless semi-structured JSON data
Autonomous Operator for Analytics
Auto provisioning, auto scaling, auto recovery of Analytics nodes with Couchase Autonomous Operator
Analytics Technology Partners
BI visualization tool: Knowi
ODBC/JDBC connector: CDATA
Integrations with: Spark
Couchbase Server 6.0 will be generally available in the 4th calendar quarter of 2018.
Couchbase’s mission is to be the data platform that revolutionizes digital innovation. To make this possible, Couchbase created the world’s first Engagement Database to help deliver ever-richer and ever more personalized customer and employee experiences. Built with the most powerful NoSQL technology, the Couchbase Data Platform was architected on top of an open source foundation for the massively interactive enterprise. Our geo-distributed Engagement Database provides unmatched developer agility and manageability, as well as unparalleled performance at any scale, from any cloud to the edge.
Couchbase has become pervasive in our everyday lives; our customers include industry leaders Amadeus, AT&T, BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company), Carrefour, Cisco, Comcast, Disney, DreamWorks Animation, eBay, Marriott, Neiman Marcus, Tesco, Tommy Hilfiger, United, Verizon, Wells Fargo, as well as hundreds of other household names. For more information, visit www.couchbase.com.
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