If you’ve ever wanted to use the Couchbase NoSQL database but didn’t feel like managing servers, a San Mateo, Calif.-based startup called KuroBase says it has you covered with its new service. Cloud databases are already pretty popular with web developers running MongoDB, Postgres and even CouchDB (kind of, technically), but I believe this is a first for Couchbase. It could be popular, though, especially if developers are keen on Couchbase’s new ability to sync data between mobile devices and a central database.
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