back to article NoSQL Couchbase launches schema-like features to take on the transactional databases of the relational world

Couchbase, the NoSQL database beloved of modern applications developers, is trying to build a bridge to the old world with its 7.0 release. The latest iteration of the open-source documents store database offers multi-statement SQL transactions and an approach to building schema-like structures into the database, allowing it …

  1. Doctor Syntax Silver badge

    In the Couchbase world, a database is a "bucket," a schema is a "scope," a table is a "collection," a row is a "document," and the column is a "feed."

    Oh, wonderful. Marathon/Informix went through three lots of vocabulary for the same concepts over a very few years about 4 decades ago. Will Couchbase also end up using the industry standard?

  2. EarthDog

    We support SQL transactions

    Said the NoSQL database vendor.

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