Autosharding with NoSQL and Couchbase

NoSQL has garnered attention as the basis of scaling and simplifying n-tier architectures. This session looks at how to avoid the complexity of sharding a SQL database by using a key value paradigm supplemented with views.

Learn how to simplify architectures for massive scale from examples based on Java APIs deployed in sites from HBO to Zynga. Couchbase Server has incrementally updating MapReduce-based views and an actively managed cache based on its history with Apache CouchDB and memcached. The case-study-driven session provides attendees with evaluations of multiple NoSQL solutions. The case study profiles Tribal Crossing, which modeled its game interactions around NoSQL and Couchbase.