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Couchbase's NoSQL Spring Investment Plan


Couchbase has released Spring Data Couchbase Integration, a move heralded as a continuation of the NoSQL database company's investment in the integration of Couchbase Server into the Spring ecosystem.

"With Spring Data Couchbase integration, Couchbase and Spring offer Java developers a familiar and consistent programming model to build simple, portable, fast, and flexible JVM-based systems and applications that run on the fastest, best performing NoSQL database available today," said Ravi Mayuram, SVP of engineering at Couchbase.

Spring, by Pivotal, is a popular Java platform with millions of Java developers using it to build enterprise applications. Couchbase says that combining the scalability of its Server product with the popularity of Spring makes it easier for Java developers to build big data applications.

"As Couchbase has rapidly gained in popularity, we have seen growing demand from both Couchbase and Spring Open Source communities to bring distributed data management from Couchbase to Spring Framework apps. We are excited to provide this integration to the millions of developers building on Spring," said Randy MacBlane, vice president of engineering at Pivotal.

Spring Data Couchbase integration allows users to integrate with the complete Spring Ecosystem, work in objects versus JSON documents, access Couchbase Server through high-level repositories, down to full custom access as needed — and reuse stable and mature Spring components for robustness and feature completeness.


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