MongoDB vs. Couchbase Server: Architectural Differences and Their Impact

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From the new generation of NoSQL databases, MongoDB and Couchbase Server have emerged as the two most popular options. Both are designed to handle the semi-structured data increasingly found in today’s enterprise cloud computing and IoT deployments, but their architectures differ in critical ways.

“MongoDB vs. Couchbase Server: Architectural Differences and Their Impact” is a comprehensive white paper from Altoros that:

• Identifies the key architectural differences between MongoDB and Couchbase Server
• Highlights the impact of those differences on performance, scalability, and availability
• Explores which product might better address your company’s specific needs

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