Blogs

June 25, 2014

Node.js SDK 2.0.0 Developer Preview

In addition to the recent SDKs releases, I am also glad to announce the release of a newly minted Node.js SDK as well!  This new major version of the Node.js SDK introduces a number of new features and bug fixes in addition to numerous performance and maintainability changes introduced through libcouchbase 2.4.0.

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June 24, 2014

PHP SDK 2.0.0 Developer Preview 2

I'm happy to announce the second iteration of developer preview for the new PHP SDK.  This release includes a few new minor features, but primarily consists of internal changes implemented through the use of the newly release libcouchbase 2.4.0 developer preview (read more here: http://blog.couchbase.com/introducing-libcouchbase-24-0).

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June 19, 2014

Introducing libcouchbase 2.4

libcouchbase 2.4.0 is here. It offers large architectural improvements and several new features, improving over previous versions.

This blog was originally written for the 2.4.0 DP1 version, it has been modified to reflect the differences between the developer preview and the current GA release (2.4.0)

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June 19, 2014

DataStax FUD

This is not the first time I've addressed FUD (link). However, it is the first time I've addressed FUD directed at Couchbase and that's a great thing. After all, I know what happens next.

First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win. - Gandhi

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June 12, 2014

Discussion: How to Evaluate NoSQL Databases

I'm hosting a webinar with William McKnight, founder of McKnight Consulting Group and analyst for Gigaom Research, and Anil Madan, Senior Director of Engineering at PayPal. William will be discussing his new white paper, NoSQL Evaluator's Guide. Anil will be discussing how PayPal leverages NoSQL.

NoSQL Evaluator's Guide presents a framework for evaluating NoSQL databases for the enterprise. It begins with an overview of NoSQL technology, features and models, and concludes with evaluation criteria. William will present this evaluation guide.

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June 11, 2014

The Internet of Everything, the Pinnacle of Convergence?

Is the Internet of Everything the pinnacle of convergence? Yes. Yes it is.

It's where mobile, IoT / M2M, cloud and big data converge.

Where? The smart refrigerator. Again (link).

IoT / M2M

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June 5, 2014

Couchbase .NET SDK 1.3.6 Released, How to Contribute to Couchbase .NET SDK and Other News

Today's Release

Today we released version 1.3.6 of the .NET SDK! This was another bug fix/maintenance release that included several contributions from the Couchbase community. Being an Open Source Software project, we depend upon community involvment and each and every contribution, whether or not it's included in the final release or not, is appreciated!

How To Contribute

If you wish to contibute a patch, remember we require you sign our Contributor License Agreement or "CLA". To do so, simple follow these directions:

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June 3, 2014

Couchbase .NET 2.0 SDK Developer Preview 2

Note: Example and DP2 binaries updated on 6/13/2014

Introduction

Last month we released Developer Preview 1 of the Couchbase .NET SDK 2.0, which showcased support for general key/value operations, a new View Query API, and probably most interesting, an early peak at our new query language, N1QL (pronounced “nickel”). You can read more about that release, here.

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June 2, 2014

The Internet of Things, it's not Big Data

That's right. The Internet of Things is not big data. It's continuous data. If big data is an ocean, continuous data is a tributary. And...

A tributary does not flow directly into a sea or ocean. Wikipedia

Nor does data flow directly into a big data platform. A big data platform is volume. It's not velocity, and it's not variety. It flows directly into a stream processor and / or database, relational or NoSQL, before it flows into a big data platform.

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