Introducing Couchbase 7 Beta, Mapping RDBMS to NoSQL

Couchbase Server 7 Beta Couchbase Server 7 Beta is a very exciting release. It is available, free in both Enterprise and Community Editions. We encourage our entire community to download and try this groundbreaking release that features scopes and collections...

Scopes & Collections for Multi-Tenant Apps: Couchbase 7.0

Couchbase 7.0 introduces Scopes and Collections to easily build and deploy microservice based multi-tenant applications. Scopes and Collections allow logical isolation of different types of data, independent lifecycle management and security control at multiple levels of granularity. Application developers will...

/ November 17, 2020
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Couchbase Transactions with N1QL

Couchbase introduced ACID transactions in its v6.5 release with the Couchbase SDKs, and this has now been extended to Couchbase N1QL Query in the upcoming release 7. A quick recap –  Couchbase provides support for multi-document ACID transactions for its...

/ November 17, 2020
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SQL to NoSQL: Automated Migration

SQL to NoSQL seems like a contradiction, but thanks to advances and innovations in Couchbase Server’s NoSQL database, it’s becoming easier. In this post, I’ll introduce you to a tool called SqlServerToCouchbase, an open-source attempt at an automated tool to...

/ March 2, 2021
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Couchbasers Around The World – UK Edition

As part of our ongoing effort to build a culture that promotes diversity and inclusion, we are spotlighting how we make it happen: our people. Introducing our series of Culture Blogs that highlight the stories and experiences of our fellow...

Couchbook and Our Values

The Couchbook & Our Code Of Conduct

The Couchbook & Our Code Of Conduct In Spring of 2020, our People & Legal teams collaborated to launch our Couchbook, a modern version of an employee handbook that serves as a field guide to living our values and our...

Use cases and Best Practices for Distributed Transactions through N1QL

Does Couchbase support transactions? Yes! With 6.5, we introduced the ACID transaction support in Couchbase through the SDKs. The 1st question we got at the time from the customers that heard about it was: Is transaction support available through N1QL?...

/ February 24, 2021

Deep Dive on Multi-Factor Authentication

In this article I will explain what multi-factor authentication is, why you should be using it and how to easily implement it with Couchbase Server.  We’ll look at using both software and hardware implementations, which offer a tradeoff between cost,...

Couchbase Support for Node-to-node Encryption

Couchbase supports node-to-node encryption or Cluster encryption by adding TLS based encryption to the connections between the nodes within a Couchbase cluster. When customers using Couchbase require us to comply with privacy regulations such as HIPAA (financial or healthcare customers...

/ February 18, 2021

Enable AI-driven insights using Couchbase: a practical framework

Chris Galy, Chief People Officer at Couchbase, explained in an article you can find with a quick Google search that our mission is about channeling our passion to solve hard problems so our customers can innovate and change the world....

Hands-on Migration From Relational to Collections

The key outcome of this blog is to teach you how you can easily migrate your relational data over to Couchbase, lowering your TCO and empowering your data platform to respond to the fast paced release cycles we know and...

/ February 16, 2021

New Features in Couchbase SDK 3.1!

In the spring of 2020, we released the latest revamp of the Couchbase SDK: 3.0. Shipping alongside Couchbase Server 6.5.0 and offering early, experimental support for Scopes and Collections, it also included a completely new API and consistency across the...

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2021 IT Resolutions

Any set of New Year’s resolutions should resolve to actually try and keep the resolutions. January 19th is known as “Quitter’s Day” because it takes at least 21 days to form a habit, and most people don’t make it past...