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NoSQL Market from Couchbase Perspective

James Philips (Couchbase) for Curt Monash:

  • MongoDB is the big competition. He believes Couchbase has an excellent win rate vs. 10gen for actual paying accounts.
  • DataStax/Cassandra wins over Couchbase only when multi-data-center capability is important. Naturally, multi-data-center capability is planned for Couchbase. (Indeed, that’s one of the benefits of swapping in CouchDB at the back end.)
  • Redis has “dropped off the radar”, presumably because there’s no particular persistence strategy for it.
  • Riak doesn’t show up much.

I assume this is sort of a pre-sales/sales department 100k feet overview.

Original title and link: NoSQL Market from Couchbase Perspective (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)