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Couchbase Cloud for Data Security

  • By Isuru S.
  • on 02/04/2021

What do you like best?
Couchbase Cloud can be deployed in your VPC in AWS so that your data is fully secured.Where as in MongoDB Atlas you need to run MongoDB in third party cloud and call services from your application.
What do you dislike?
Couchbse Cloud is a versatile database.Collections and Scope support is still under development
What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
Database maintenence,auto scalability etc has been off loaded from the user.Disaster recovery,security of the cloud is offloaded as well.
Recommendations to others considering the product:
It is the best available document database cloud solution as per today.


  • By Jay
  • on 06/12/2021

I have been a strong proponent of Couchbase since 2010. However, their cloud service still has a long way to go. Perhaps I was expecting too much. The current version provides little flexibility to start small. I was hoping this service would be a true SaaS to the extent one only pays for usage. That could not be further from reality. The CB cloud creates a significant number of AWS resources into your AWS account, all of which incur cost regardless of how little the database service is used. In fact, I lost nearly a day spoiling deployments merely because I dare override the names with friendlier, more meaningful names. It is just silly to expect admins to distinguish randomly-generated names with UUID's appended to them. I am concerned CB may fall to inferior competitors who have embraced the "per usage" model and the "set-it-and-forget-it" admin model. It is true CB was way ahead of their competition when databases were installed on customer-managed servers. As more and more storage services move to serverless and turn-key, per-usage models, I am concerned CB will be left behind fighting battles few face any longer. Couchbase, please catch back up. Go full serverless,