Couchbase updates DBaaS offering with Google Cloud support

Couchbase, the NoSQL database software provider for enterprise applications, today announced updates for its Capella Database-A-Service (DBaaS) offer.

The company said it would provide Capella customers with Google Cloud Support as well as a data sync backend called App Services. The previous enterprise will provide enhanced flexibility on where to deploy Capella, improve alignment with applications, and support hybrid and multi-cloud strategies. The latter will make it easier for developers to integrate data seamlessly between their applications and the cloud.

“Capella App Services is a fully managed and hosted gateway for two-way data synchronization between Capella and embedded apps on smartphones, tablets, IoT devices and custom embedded devices. It also handles secure data access with role-based-access-control, providing authentication for mobile users, “said Mark Gamble, VentureBeat, Couchbase’s product and solutions marketing director.

Couchbase Capella Application Services

Why is this important?

Developers working on modern enterprise applications must ensure that their services are supported by a database that can support backend application services and synchronization to maintain data integrity and compatibility. Without these capabilities, the product loses its reliability and becomes vulnerable to downtime, data gaps and slow performance.

While most developers try to avoid the challenge by maintaining the servers and manipulating the complex synchronization process, application services completely eliminate the hassle. It streamlines setup configuration, synchronization and ongoing backend services management, saving teams time, effort and resources.

“This means that developers do not have to create and operate their own synchronization. They just use the app services and are free to focus on optimizing the front of their app, “Gamble said.

“It effectively brings mobile support to Capella, combining the long-running capabilities of Couchbase in mobile applications with the scale and convenience of Capella DBaaS,” he added.

Couchbase first debuted its fully managed and automated Capella DBaaS in October 2021 to eliminate development teams from operational database management efforts. The application offers services that further support that mission by helping developers reduce costs and speed up their time in the market. It is currently available to select customers in beta, including Italy-based data MOLO17 and will be made public in the coming weeks.

“With application services in Capella, we get a fully managed cloud database with powered mobile sync services. This new innovation accelerates our growth and helps us use our resources more efficiently to deliver the best mobile applications to our customers, “said Daniel Angeli, CEO and Founder of MOLO17.

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