Couchbase Server is a NoSQL database that delivers unparalleled performance at scale, on premises and in any cloud. It features memory-first architecture, built-in cache, geo-distributed deployment, and workload isolation. Couchbase excels at supporting business-critical applications at scale while maintaining submillisecond latencies and 99.999% availability.
Couchbase Mobile extends the power of Couchbase Server, bringing distributed NoSQL database capabilities to the edge while securely managing and syncing data from any cloud to edge devices. The Couchbase Mobile stack includes Couchbase Lite and Sync Gateway. Couchbase Lite is an embedded NoSQL database for mobile and other embedded platforms. Sync Gateway is a secure web gateway for data access and synchronization across Couchbase Lite clients and Couchbase Server.
BYOL or hourly options
Couchbase Enterprise Edition (BYOL): Bring your own Couchbase Server and/or Mobile license for deployment on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. This option is ideal for developers who already have a Couchbase license. You can also use this option if your application is not in a production environment.
Couchbase Enterprise Edition (Hourly pricing): Buy Couchbase Server and/or Couchbase Mobile for a per-node hourly price. This option includes a product license and Silver support. The per-node hourly price is determined by the logical core count. This option is ideal for developers who do not currently have a Couchbase license and have an application in a production environment. See our price list for details: https://tinyurl.com/yyuak3ct
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Unlike other NoSQL databases, Couchbase provides an enterprise-class, multi-cloud-to-edge database that offers the robust capabilities required for business-critical applications on a highly scalable and available platform. Couchbase is built on open standards, combining the best of NoSQL with the power and familiarity of SQL, to simplify the transition from mainframe and relational databases.