Couchbase brought its eponymous NoSQL databases to the cloud with the vendor’s new Couchbase Cloud service.
With Couchbase Cloud, introduced Feb. 4 as a private beta, the open up-resource databases vendor, primarily based in Santa Clara, Calif., joined a vibrant craze that has found other vendors embrace the DBaaS (databases as a service) product in recent months.
By heading to the cloud, databases vendors are on the lookout to make it simpler for people to get began, though giving a managed service that handles scalability fears.
Besides Couchbase, vendors with new DBaaS products contain MemSQL, TigerGraph and Yellowbrick Info.
The Couchbase Cloud technique is somewhat unique than other databases vendors, in numerous approaches. As a substitute of offering a solitary service that runs on a distinct community cloud supplier, people can pick out to operate Couchbase Cloud in the cloud of their choice.
The versatile deployment options are