By ET Bureau - June 03, 2022 1 Mins Read
Updates to Couchbase’s Capella database-as-a-service (DBaaS) offering were announced today by Couchbase, a developer of NoSQL database software for enterprise applications. Capella customers will get Google Cloud compatibility as well as a data sync backend dubbed App Services, according to the business.
The former will provide businesses more options for where Capella can be deployed, enhancing application alignment and facilitating hybrid and multi-cloud strategies. Developers will be able to transfer data between their apps and the cloud more easily using the latter. In October 2021, Couchbase released Capella DBaaS, a fully managed and automated database-as-a-service designed to relieve development teams of operational database management tasks.
It is currently in beta and will be available to the general public in the next weeks. It is currently available to a restricted group of clients, including Italy-based data MOLO17.
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