Justin Michaels's blog

October 20, 2014

Couchbase JPA Level 2 Cache

As Couchbase continues to experience growth as a company and increased adoption by the open source community we continue to encounter new challenges and use cases along the way. Many enterprises are turning to us to help add a cache to an existing application or evolve applications to next generation technologies. For these level two cache implementations we’ve helped develop a data access layer for applications in the Spring project.

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May 19, 2014

Monitoring a Couchbase Cluster

Couchbase Monitoring

Couchbase is a distributed, high performance, Cache and NoSQL database in a single cluster architecture. Despite a similar name and shared heritage, Couchbase is a very different product than CouchDB or any other NoSQL offering. Being able to monitor and profile Couchbase performance alongside application metrics is critical. Over time, monitoring is the element for a successful deployment of any mission critical system. This is true in general and even more important in distributed computing environments in particular.

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