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Ranking
12th
out of 16 in NoSQL Databases
Views
594
Comparisons
532
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0
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16th
out of 16 in NoSQL Databases
Views
104
Comparisons
94
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0
Average Words per Review
0
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N/A
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Overview
Apache CouchDB is open source database software that focuses on ease of use and having a scalable architecture. It has a document-oriented NoSQL database architecture and is implemented in the concurrency-oriented language Erlang; it uses JSON to store data, JavaScript as its query language using MapReduce, and HTTP for an API.

Red Hat Data Grid is an in-memory key-value data store, similar to a NoSQL database, and can be used by applications as their primary data store for rapid access to in-memory data, although data may also be persisted for recovery, backup, and archiving.

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Verizon, Dimagi Inc., Apple, Sinclair Broadcast Group, Perspecta
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542,267 professionals have used our research since 2012.

CouchDB is ranked 12th in NoSQL Databases while Red Hat Data Grid is ranked 16th in NoSQL Databases. CouchDB is rated 0.0, while Red Hat Data Grid is rated 0.0. On the other hand, CouchDB is most compared with Couchbase, Cassandra, Apache HBase, MongoDB and Scylla, whereas Red Hat Data Grid is most compared with MongoDB and Cassandra.

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