We performed a comparison between Cloudera Distribution for Hadoop and Couchbase based on real PeerSpot user reviews.Find out in this report how the two NoSQL Databases solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
"The most valuable feature is that I can use CDH for almost all use cases across all industries, including the financial sector, public sector, private retailers, and so on."
"We're now able to store large volumes of data through Cloudera Distribution for Hadoop. We're able to push large volumes of data to the platform, and that used to be a challenge, especially when storing a terabyte of information. This is the area where Cloudera Distribution for Hadoop improved the organization."
"The file system is a valuable feature."
"Cloudera is a very manageable solution with good support."
"Very good end-to-end security features."
"The solution is reliable and stable, it fits our requirements."
"The product as a whole is good."
"With a cluster available, you can manage the security layer using the shared SDX - it provides flexibility."
"The valuable features of Couchbase are the many documents and index types, and they made a lot of features available enabling us to use it as a complete solution for our needs."
"The principal advantage of Couchbase is that we can have multiple database paradigms in the same product, without deploying multiple databases. We also like that it has lower latency, when compared to its competitor: Cassandra."
"The procedure for operations could be simplified."
"This is a very expensive solution."
"It would be useful if Cloudera had more tools like SQL Engines that offer the traditional relational database. We have to do a lot of work preparing the data outside Cloudera before getting it into the platform."
"There are better solutions out there that have more features than this one."
"The Cloudera training has deteriorated significantly."
"The security of this solution could be improved. There should also be a way to basically have a blockchain enabled storage with the HDFS."
"It could be faster and more user-friendly."
"Cloudera Distribution for Hadoop has a limited feature list and a lot of costs involved."
"We would like to have a better management of Kubernetes with the free, open source version of Couchbase. We don't have any major complaints other than that."
"There are some limitations to the database. The SQL database cannot handle real-time processing for critical IoT scenarios. What we have to do is store our data into the database then code it out, this wastes a lot of time."
At Couchbase, we believe data is at the heart of the enterprise. We empower developers and architects to build, deploy, and run their most mission-critical applications. Couchbase delivers a high-performance, flexible and scalable modern database that runs across the data center and any cloud. Many of the world’s largest enterprises rely on Couchbase to power the core applications their businesses depend on.
Cloudera Distribution for Hadoop is ranked 3rd in NoSQL Databases with 10 reviews while Couchbase is ranked 4th in NoSQL Databases with 2 reviews. Cloudera Distribution for Hadoop is rated 7.8, while Couchbase is rated 9.0. The top reviewer of Cloudera Distribution for Hadoop writes "Good end-to-end security features and we like that it's cloud independent". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Couchbase writes "Stable cloud database that offers lower latency and good caching". Cloudera Distribution for Hadoop is most compared with Amazon EMR, HPE Ezmeral Data Fabric, Apache Spark, SingleStore and InfluxDB, whereas Couchbase is most compared with MongoDB, Cassandra, CouchDB and InfluxDB. See our Cloudera Distribution for Hadoop vs. Couchbase report.
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