This means that any enterprise customer who chooses Capella will be able to deploy and manage it on Azure in a streamlined manner after it is made generally available in the first quarter of 2023, the company said.
“Providing flexibility to go across cloud service providers is a huge advantage in today’s multi- and hybrid-cloud world. By extending Capella to Azure, we can better support our customers as they deploy innovative applications on the cloud of their choice,” Scott Anderson, senior vice president of product management and business operations at Couchbase, said in a press note.
Capella, which builds on the Couchbase Server database’s search engine and in-built operational and analytical capabilities, was first introduced on AWS in June 2020, just after the company raised $105 million in funding. Back then, Capella was known as the Couchbase Cloud, before being rebranded in October 2021.
In March 2021, the company introduced Couchbase Cloud in the form of a virtual private cloud (VPC) managed service in the Azure Marketplace.
A virtual private cloud (VPC) is a separate, isolated private cloud, which is hosted inside a public cloud.
In contrast to Couchbase