Looks like Matthew Aslett (the451group) had his own version of the Couchbase genealogy:
Credit Matt Aslett .
Original title and link: The Couchbase Genealogy ( ©myNoSQL)
Iris Couch, the CouchDB hosting spin-off, showing how to setup up replication from a hosted CouchDB:
We want to perform one simple task to completely pull the plug, jumping to a different CouchDB system. Thus these are the main objectives:
- Have a duplicate of the Iris couch, called B-Couch.
- B-Couch syncs from Iris couch automatically or regularly.
- Be able to activate B-Couch with a single domain name change.
Thanks to CouchDB peer-to-peer replication setting up online hot or cold copies is mostly a matter of your imagination (and needs).
Original title and link: CouchDB Basic Disaster-Recovery (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)
Today, we are proud to introduce Iris Couch, a Couchbase spin-off and your new one-stop shop for hosted CouchDB. We are transferring the Couchbase hosting business to Iris Couch – a company founded and operated by the former Couchbase hosting team – and Iris Couch will focus solely on providing the rock-solid hosting service you deserve.
We know you’re wondering “What does this mean for me and my couches?” Relax. The name is changing, but the platform is not. Same platform. Same service. Same team. You don’t even need to touch your existing couches…the transition to Iris Couch will be seamless for you.
What is the value proposition or differentiator of Iris Couch (let’s say compared to Cloudant)?
Original title and link: Iris Couch: Your New Source for CouchDB Hosting (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)