Couchbase Day – Kansas City

August 15 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Courtyard by Marriott Kansas City Downtown Convention Center 
1535 Baltimore
Kansas City, MO 64108 

About the Event

You’re invited to our free event featuring the Couchbase Data Platform built on the most powerful NoSQL technology to give your customer-facing apps unmatched agility, manageability, and performance at any scale. You'll have a chance to learn about the world's first Engagement Database and how leading companies are using it to deliver amazing customer experiences across their web, mobile, and IoT apps. It's an information-packed day with presentations and hands-on labs you won’t want to miss.

Our experts will guide the way as you:
  • Architect flexible and feature-rich data facilities for consistent mobile and web experiences
  • Explore N1QL, our SQL-based query language for JSON
  • Use JSON for data modeling, application design, development, and administration

You’ll also learn:  
  • How and why leading organizations are using the Couchbase Engagement Database to build new mobile, web, and IoT applications
  • How to identify the best fit use cases for the Couchbase Data Platform

This event is intended for architects, operations experts, developers, and others who are interested in NoSQL, Engagement Database architecture, and want to learn Couchbase. Seating is limited.


8:30amRegistration & Breakfast
9:00amCouchbase Functional Overview
Mobile with “Offline First” Sync and REST
Fast Query and Global Indexing for JSON
1:00pmData Service and Cluster Manager
Server Development and Ecosystem

Event Contact

Lindsay Hopkins
Field Marketing Manager

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