SUNNYVALE, Calif., June 15, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Plexistor and Couchbase released results of benchmarking the new Couchbase Server 4.5 as a cluster of containers leveraging Plexistor's Software Defined Memory (SDM). The results showed that Plexistor's SDM sped up the Couchbase Server 4.5 throughput and latency allowing Couchbase users to sustain much higher throughput with full persistence.
"Traditionally, NoSQL DB users using commodity IO subsystems had to accept a significant performance degradation to assure that data has been written to a persistent media," said Ravi Mayuram, senior vice president, products and engineering at Couchbase. "With Couchbase Server and Plexistor's SDM solution, our customers will benefit from both performance and durability enabling new use cases for them in both container and bare metal environments."
"We see it time and time again in NoSQL as well as SQL environments: sub-optimal performance due to storage bottlenecks," said Dr. Amit Golander, Plexistor's chief technology officer. "Couchbase Server 4.5 is a significant improvement over the previous 4.1 version by itself. SDM and containers complement the Couchbase story, by introducing affordable full persistency and ease of management with no compromises."
Please refer to Plexistor Couchbase whitepaper for more information.
Couchbase databases are used by hundreds of household names like AOL, AT&T, Cisco, Comcast, Disney, eBay, General Electric, Marriott, PayPal, Tesco, Verizon, and Wells Fargo. Developers around the world choose Couchbase for its advantages in data-model flexibility, elastic scalability, performance and 24x365 availability to build enterprise web, mobile, and IoT applications. The Couchbase platform includes Couchbase, Couchbase Lite mobile NoSQL database, and Couchbase Sync Gateway.
NoSQL, along with in-memory databases, real-time analytics, and complex event processing challenge traditional compute and storage resources. Plexistor's converged SDM solution runs both in-memory and traditional enterprise applications on a single infrastructure, without dedicated clusters, simplifying the data center architecture and management while reducing costs. It also allows users to leverage new and upcoming memory and storage technologies like volatile DRAM and emerging Non-Volatile memory devices such as NVDIMM-N and 3D XPoint™ as well as traditional flash storage devices such as NVMe and the upcoming NVMe over Fabric.
A free public beta of Plexistor's software solution is available for both on-premise and cloud-based deployment on EC2 for AWS: http://www.plexistor.com/download.
Plexistor has built a new Software-Defined Memory (SDM) platform to leverage volatile DRAM and emerging persistent memory, such as NVDIMM-N and the forthcoming 3DXPoint™, with large capacity, persistence of storage and performance of memory. Plexistor's solution upgrades infrastructure to ultra-low latency converged primary storage that enables in-memory applications to run large data sets at memory speeds. 100 times faster than flash SSD, Plexistor's SDM supports next-generation applications such as relational databases, in-memory databases, NoSQL, big data analytics, and complex event processing that challenge traditional compute and storage resources.
Plexistor was founded in Israel in 2013 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, CA with its R&D in Herzliya, Israel. For further information, visit www.plexistor.com.
Couchbase delivers the database for the Digital Economy. Developers around the world choose Couchbase for its advantages in data model flexibility, elastic scalability, performance, and 24x365 availability to build enterprise web, mobile, and IoT applications. The Couchbase platform includes Couchbase, Couchbase Lite - the first mobile NoSQL database, and Couchbase Sync Gateway. Couchbase is designed for global deployments, with configurable cross data center replication to increase data locality and availability. Couchbase customers include industry leaders like AOL, AT&T, Cisco, Comcast, Concur, Disney, Dixons, eBay, General Electric, Marriott, Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, PayPal, Ryanair, Rakuten / Viber, Tesco, Verizon, Wells Fargo, as well as hundreds of other household names.
Couchbase investors include Accel Partners, Adams Street Partners, Ignition Partners, Mayfield Fund, North Bridge Venture Partners, Sorenson Capital and West Summit.