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NoSQL for mobile and multi-modal NoSQL

Two great talks for this meet-up!

Couchbase Mobile:  a NoSQL database for mobile and embedded devices.

• Polyglot Persistence & Multi-Model NoSQL Databases: graph and document NoSQL from ArrangoDB.

Here are the details:

Couchbase Mobile, Matthew Revell and Phil Fehre, Couchbase.

NoSQL isn't just for the server!

Couchbase Mobile enables mobile app developers to easily create a new breed of always-available apps that are still fast and responsive even when the network is unavailable or slow. 

By using Couchbase Lite embedded JSON database and Sync Gateway to sync data to and from the cloud (Couchbase Server), developers can quickly create content-rich offline apps that drive user engagement and productivity. 

Matt and Phil from Couchbase will demo Couchbase Lite running on a Raspberry PI, live syncing with a mobile device and answer your questions about NoSQL on mobile.


Polyglot Persistence & Multi-Model NoSQL Databases: Michael Hackstein, ArrangoDB.

In many modern applications the database side is realized using polyglot persistence – store each data format (graphs, documents, etc.) in an appropriate separate database. This approach yields several benefits, databases are optimized for their specific duty, however there are also drawbacks:

• keep all databases in sync

• queries might require data from several databases

• experts needed for all used systems

A multi-model database is not restricted to one data format, but can cope with several of them. In this talk i will present how a multi-model database can be used in a polyglot persistence setup and how it will reduce the effort drastically.


There'll be beer and pizza thanks to sponsorship from Couchbase. Come join us!

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  • Atsushi

    Sorry, I don't think I can make it.

    July 15, 2014

  • Fabrizio F.

    Quick question: is there a secure place for bikes?

    July 2, 2014

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