Nielsen picks 'more mature' Couchbase over MongoDB for document store

Sooraj Shah
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Couchbase increases change management processing efficiency by 80 per cent, says Nielsen's architect leader, Arvind Jade

Global market research and consumer insight firm Nielsen chose NoSQL database Couchbase ahead of rival MongoDB for a document store because it was "more mature" from an administrative perspective. ...

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