In the digital economy, people expect companies to grow. Yet, when companies scale operations, people expect no downtime on computer systems. And now, everything is a computer system.
What’s a Datacenter Manager to do?
If you’re driving Cisco UCS with Couchbase, you’re gonna love taking it out for a ride with Tegile. These days, the challenge for a Datacenter Manager to ensure no downtime for users has grown exponentially.
At Tegile, we often hear Datacenter Managers say, “While my company is scaling operations, how can I maintain performance for compute, storage and networking? Users expect no downtime.”
When Couchbase and Tegile are deployed with operational applications on Cisco UCS, you can expand operations — and not worry about effects to system performance.
If you’re driving Cisco UCS with Couchbase, you’re gonna love taking it out for a ride with Tegile.
Help is here to ensure no downtime
For users of Cisco UCS, help is here to ensure no downtime when your company expands operations. See results of YCSB (Yahoo! Cloud Serving Benchmark) for Couchbase server 4.5 running on Tegile flash storage. See how these results allow a Datacenter Manager the flexibility of Couchbase Server and speed Tegile flash arrays to scale operational applications on Cisco UCS.
To learn more about the speed and performance that Tegile offers, check out this interview of famed storage expert Marc Farley as he drives along with Rob Commins of Tegile.
- Comment from Datacenter Managers
Couchbase is the leader for Big Data NoSQL solutions (see article in Yahoo! Finance). Enterprises adopt NoSQL in their datacenter because it is scalable, multimodal, flexible and lowers costs compared with database solutions like SQL Server.
Couchbase is the leader in Big Data NoSQL solutions because Couchbase can do the following:
- Support large numbers of concurrent users (tens of thousands, perhaps millions)
- Deliver highly responsive experiences to a globally distributed base of users
- Be always available – with no downtime
- Handle semi- and unstructured data seamlessly
- Rapidly adapt to changing demands, thanks to its schema-less JSON data model
“NoSQL is not an option — it has become a necessity to support next-generation applications.
29% of decision-makers have already or will implement NoSQL; and 12% are expanding or upgrading their implementations.”
- Forrester Report.
YCSB performance results for Couchbase and Tegile on Cisco UCS
To quote from the results paper on ODMBS.org, when it comes to Performance: “Couchbase has continuously pushed the performance envelope to meet digital economy requirements. Customers routinely perform millions of reads and writes on Couchbase clusters. The YCSB benchmark with Cisco UCS Servers, Tegile all-flash arrays and Couchbase 4.5 has shown sub-millisecond latency on the database operations in mixed workload and near linear scaling. Additional independent performance benchmarks using YCSB have shown Couchbase 4.5 performance significantly superior to other NoSQL database systems in read, write, scan and mixed workloads.” For the full report, see http://www.couchbase.com.
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Couchbase has made it easy to learn NoSQL. Get hands-on with sample code, example queries, tutorials and more. Couchbase shows all steps in detail in their free guide: Get Started Developing NoSQL.
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Solutions Brief for Couchbase and Tegile on Cisco UCS
Check back here for our Reference Architecture for Couchbase and Tegile on Cisco UCS, which contains all the benchmark details. Find out why Datacenter Managers who run Cisco UCS investigate Tegile arrays with Couchbase Server when their company needs to expand operations, with no down time.
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