CouchDB
Who’s talking?

 Jan Lehnardt, project
 member, web developer,
 curious person.
 jan@apache.org / @janl
And you?




What can you expect today?
Built for the Future
“640k processors should be enough for
anybody.”
Single-user machines
Back then
Multi-user machines
Now
Application: Science
Back then
Application: Internet
Today
Monolithic machines
Back then
Lots of small servers
Today
CPU, RAM and disks == $$$
Back then
Components cheaper
Now
RDBMS vs
Just Storing Data
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt
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In this talk - Jan Lenhnardt introduces Apache CouchDB.

CouchDB is a distributed, fault-tolerant and schema-free document-oriented database accessible via a RESTful HTTP/JSON API. Among other features, it provides robust, incremental replication with bi-directional conflict detection and resolution, and is queryable and indexable using a table-oriented view engine with JavaScript acting as the default view definition language.

A video of this talk can be found at http://bbcwebdevelopers.blip.tv/ as

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Introduction into CouchDB / Jan Lehnardt

  1. 1. CouchDB
  2. 2. Who’s talking? Jan Lehnardt, project member, web developer, curious person. jan@apache.org / @janl
  3. 3. And you? What can you expect today?
  4. 4. Built for the Future “640k processors should be enough for anybody.”
  5. 5. Single-user machines Back then
  6. 6. Multi-user machines Now
  7. 7. Application: Science Back then
  8. 8. Application: Internet Today
  9. 9. Monolithic machines Back then
  10. 10. Lots of small servers Today
  11. 11. CPU, RAM and disks == $$$ Back then
  12. 12. Components cheaper Now
  13. 13. RDBMS vs Just Storing Data
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