Enterprise: Couchbase Releases Their Revised Database Platform, Couchbase Capella

A report on the release of Couchbase Capella and its usage.


Couchbase announced the release of their Couchbase server 7 based database management platform "Couchbase Capella."

The Organisation utilizes the DBaaS by integrating it into its DevOps workflow.
The Organisation utilizes the DBaaS by integrating it into its DevOps workflow.
Key Facts
  1. 1

    Couchbase releases Couchbase Capella.

  2. 2

    Organizations are increasing their demand for managed database platforms.

  3. 3

    A report on the increase of DBaaS platforms was drafted.

  4. 4

    Organizations now have the option of choosing between DBaaS and administrators.

  5. 5

    DBaaS can be integrated into DevOps workflows.


Couchbase Inc. has announced the release of a revised database-as-a-service (DBaaS) program. The program, which is based on the Couchbase server 7, is called Couchbase Capella and would be hosted on the AWS Cloud. The platform is being released to meet the needs of application developers by providing management for database platforms.

The vice president for product management, Scott Anderson, noted that there had been an increase in demand for database providers to manage database platforms on behalf of their users during the release. This would enable their users, keep up with the speed of application development.

The Couchbase Server 7 added schema and table-like organizing systems, dubbed “scopes and collections,” inside the schemaless database that allows it to add a table while transactions are running. It also developed multi-statement SQL transactions facilities to the document database.

The multi-statement SQL is based on the JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) format. This allows it also to compute transaction processing applications in microseconds that formerly employed a relational database to process all SQL ACID (atomicity, consistency, isolation, durability) transactions.

Couchbase has increased in popularity as a document database due to its developers who decided to assign a database that allowed them access to download and deploy by themselves when building applications instead of using a DBA to install a relational database. However, this has increased the need for management across cloud services, and servers as the number of instances of a document database has increased.

DBaaS Platforms have become widely available, and the market size of cloud databases globally is anticipated to grow to reach 26 billion dollars by 2025. This was noted in a report by Adroit Market Research. In a broader scope, the Information services group published in their report that the as-a-service market had reached a record 13.4 billion dollars in the third quarter. It noticed an increase of 55% from last year.

There is now the option of choosing between a DBaaS and an administrator. The latter has become the go-to for most organizations as it is cost-friendly and eliminates the need for an onsite administrator.  The Organisation utilizes the DBaaS by integrating it into its DevOps workflow.

However, it is projected that the amount of data used within organizations would increase, which would determine their choice of approach between the DBaaS and a DBA. Another factor affecting the choice would be the remarkable evolution of the IT team and the sensitivities of the data to be managed.

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