CouchDB fulfills a nice problem for us: we use it to store time-series data for a test sensor network, and it is a great introduction to …
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It is being used within all the mobile applications we develop where offline data is needed. The ability for CouchDB to sync is truly …
There are multiple legacy applications which use SQL databases as a backend for services which are invoked from POS systems. We managed to …
I am using CouchDB as the main NoSQL information database server for our product, a globally used network testing and security product. …
CouchDB was used for data replication across different audiences and when users were in offline mode (no/low internet). It was initially …
CouchDB is corporate wide solution used for:
- route planning for sales force
- a central farm and mobile devices replicating the content …
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Apache CouchDB is an HTTP + JSON document database with Map Reduce views and bi-directional replication. The Couch Replication Protocol is implemented in a variety of projects and products that span computing environments from globally distributed server-clusters, over mobile phones to web browsers.
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