Difference between SQLite and Couchbase
1. SQLite :
SQLite is a software library that provides a relational database management system (RDBMS). It was designed by D. Richard Hipp in August 2000. The design goals of SQLite were to allow the program to be operated without installing a database management system(DBMS) or requiring a database administrator.
2. Couchbase :
Couchbase Server is an open-source, distributed multi-model NoSQL document-oriented database software package that is optimized for interactive applications. It is also known as Membase. It was developed by Couchbase, Inc. and initially released in August 2010.
Difference between SQLite and Couchbase :
|1.||It was developed By D. Richard Hipp in August 2000.||It was developed by Couchbase, Inc. and initially released in August 2011.|
|2.||SQLite is developed only in C language.||Couchbase is written in C++, Erlang, C and Go languages.|
|3.||It is a widely used in-process RDBMS.||It is a JSON-based document store derived from CouchDB with a Memcached-compatible interface.|
|4.||The primary database model for SQLite is RDBMS.||The primary database model for Couchbase is Document Store.|
|5.||SQLite does not require a server to run. Hence, it is serverless.||Server operating systems for Couchbase are Linux, OS X and Windows.|
|6.||It does not support any replication methods.||It support two replication methods : Master-master replication and Master-slave replication.|
|7.||SQLite does not support Map Reduce method.||Couchbase supports Map Reduce method.|
|8.||SQLite provides the concept of Referential Integrity and has Foreign keys.||Couchbase does not provide the concept of Referential Integrity and has no Foreign keys.|
|9.||It does not support any partitioning method.||In Couchbase, partitioning can be done by sharding.|
|10.||SQLite provides ACID transactions.||Couchbase also provides ACID transactions.|
|12.||SQLite does not support secondary indexes.||Couchbase supports secondary indexes.|
|13.||SQLite has SQL support.||Couchbase supports Declarative query language (N1QL) that extends ANSI SQL to JSON.|
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