Companies using CouchDB

We have found 2,074 companies that use CouchDB. Our data for CouchDB usage goes back as far as 2 years and 3 months.

52% of CouchDB customers are in United States and 7% are in United Kingdom. Of all the companies that are using CouchDB, 34% are small (<50 employees), 37% are medium-sized and 24% are large (>1000 employees). Looking at CouchDB customers by industry, we find that Computer Software (25%), Information Technology and Services (12%) and Staffing and Recruiting (7%) are the largest segments.

Did you know that CouchDB customers are also likely to use MongoDB and Node.js?

Who uses CouchDB?

Here are the top companies that use CouchDB :
Logo Company Website Signal Strength Scan Date
Logo of Talend Inc., CouchDB client Talend Inc. talend.com 2017-09-20
Logo of Akamai Technologies, CouchDB client Akamai Technologies akamai.com 2017-09-20
Logo of Hothead Games, Inc., CouchDB client Hothead Games, Inc. hotheadgames.com 2017-09-20
Logo of GenCorp Technologies, CouchDB client GenCorp Technologies credera.com 2017-09-20
Logo of GrubHub Inc, CouchDB client GrubHub Inc grubhub.com 2017-09-20

CouchDB Market Share and Competitors in Database Management System

We use the best scanning techniques combined with advanced data science to monitor the market share of over 5,000 technology products, including Database Management System. In the Database Management System category, CouchDB has a market share of about 0.4%. Other major and competing products in this category include:

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CouchDB commands 0.39% market share in Database Management System
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What is CouchDB?

Apache CouchDB, commonly referred to as CouchDB, is an open source database that focuses on ease of use and on being "a database that completely embraces the web". It is a document-oriented NoSQL database that uses JSON to store data, JavaScript as its query language using MapReduce, and HTTP for an API. CouchDB was first released in 2005 and later became an Apache project in 2008.