Blogs

October 27, 2011

Rebalancing With Couchbase Part I

This is the first of two blog posts getting into some of the nitty gritty details of Couchbase's rebalancing technology. This first one details the rebalance functionality itself, and the second discusses how to monitor and work with it.

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October 23, 2011

Couchbase at ZendCon 2011

The organizers behind ZendCon recognized all we've been doing with Couchbase recently, and accepted a session on Couchbase.  At first, J. Chris was to discuss everything we've been up to with Couchbase Mobile, but there was an unavoidable scheduling conflict.

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October 18, 2011

Couchbase, Docomo and Zynga: Strategic Relationships Make a Difference to the Community

Today we announced another strategic customer relationship.  This one is with NTT Docomo, the largest mobile service provider in Japan. It’s always nice to announce big customer relationships, but sometimes it’s not obvious to the wider Couchbase community what its importance is to them.  I think these relationships are a crucial ingredient to building great products, and in turn the entire community benefits.

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October 17, 2011

Mobile at Web 2.0

 Today I spoke at Web 2.0, about the differences between Mobile and traditional Web 2.0 architectures. The biggest difference I identified, is that mobile devices frequently have unreliable connections. Even when the connection is available, it often has high latencies. Users are familiar with long waits when browsing the web or sending tweets, but that doesn't mean they like it.

 

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October 13, 2011

Couchbase Server 2.0: Most Common Questions (and Answers)

I just finished up a nine-week technical webinar series highlighting the features of our upcoming release of Couchbase Server 2.0. It was such a blast interacting with the hundreds of participants, and I was blown away by the level of excitement, engagement and anticipation for this new product.

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October 4, 2011

libcouchbase – Explore the full features of your Couchbase server from C

I started the implementation of libcouchbase almost year ago out of my personal need to test the inner workings of Couchbase. Since I work in "core" of Couchase I needed an easy way to test out the changes I made there. At that time there were only clients for Java, Python and C# with support for REST interface to Couchbase. I'm no fan of Python, and my Solaris machine doesn't support C# so Java was my only option.

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October 4, 2011

Welcome to NoSQL, Oracle – we’ve been expecting you.

Oracle’s entry into the NoSQL market, announced yesterday at Oracle OpenWorld, isn’t at all surprising to anyone who believes, like we do, that NoSQL is destined to be a disruptive force in the database market and eventually make up a significant percentage of its sales. In fact Oracle’s entry is another clear indication that powerful trends like Big Data, Big Users, Cloud, and Mobile Computing are driving the adoption of NoSQL and that early adopters in key market segments are already rapidly moving to NoSQL technology.

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September 14, 2011

Couchbase NoSQL Meetup in Tel Aviv

It’s been a while since I got to feel the “techy” Israel. Since I moved to Silicon Valley a decade ago, I haven’t had much chance to meet and talk with the people behind Israel’s great entrepreneurial success. This visit was different. I met engineers and leaders from rapidly growing startups to more mature and public companies.

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August 26, 2011

Couchbase Server 2.0 Tour and Demo

It’s been a busy few weeks since CouchConf San Francisco, where we announced and demo’d the developer preview of Couchbase Server 2.0, which integrates Apache CouchDB, Membase and Memcached into a single, powerful NoSQL database solution.

We just finished an update to the developer preview and it is now available. Be sure to download the latest version and let us know what you think.

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August 10, 2011

NoSQL and Couchbase: Picking Up Speed

The past six months have been a whirlwind of activity at Couchbase and the pace just continues to accelerate, not just for Couchbase but for the NoSQL market as a whole. Since the merger of CouchOne and Membase in February, we’ve been hard at work to advance the state of NoSQL technology. To name a few things:

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