High Availability and Disaster Recovery for Globally Distributed Data

Couchbase and MongoDB™ are two of the most-popular NoSQL databases, but their core architectures are quite different. This whitepaper explains the key differences and why they matter for your mission-critical business applications.

In short, MongoDB’s architecture was designed as a single-server data management tool that prioritizes ease of use over enterprise features such as out-of-the-box security and reliability. Couchbase is a clustered and replicated distributed database designed to meet today’s most demanding enterprise requirements. You’ll learn why this makes Couchbase the better choice for SQL for JSON, no-hassle scale out, consistent performance at any scale, always-on availability, and global deployment with low write latency.