Month: June 2016

Digging Deeper into YCSB Benchmark with Couchbase Server 4.5

Every benchmark raises few question marks as it answers some. So with every benchmark, you need to sift through the data yourself to get the full scoop. I have been benchmarking for a while starting at the TPC era with benchmark wars...

Exploring Couchbase Mobile on Android: C.R.U.D.

Photo by Ken Banks used with permission under CC BY 2.0   In previous posts, I wrote a mid-level overview of Couchbase Mobile, and walked through getting set up in an Android project. In this post I want to begin exploring how to...

Introducing Couchbase .NET SDK 2.3.0 and 2.3.1

Introducing Couchbase .NET SDK 2.3.0 and 2.3.1 Today we are releasing version 2.3.0 of the official Couchbase SDK for .NET languages! This is a minor release and includes support for all new Couchbase Server 4.5 features including Full Text Search...

Partner Blog Post: SQL and N1QL in Harmony: Collaborative Query Execution in Simba Couchbase Drivers

Structured Query Language (SQL) was originally designed as an intuitive query language for relational data stores. NoSQL, relatively nascent in comparison, still requires compatibility with SQL as many BI tools and applications understand it. Couchbase supports its own query language,...

Getting Started with Couchbase Server on RHEL or CentOS

In this video, learn how to get Couchbase Server up and running on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) or CentOS machine in only five minutes.  See everything from how to download Couchbase through YUM to starting a new cluster...

Full Text Search on Couchbase 4.5 (Video)

This video shows the new Full Text Search feature in Couchbase Server 4.5. This feature is a developer preview: it’s not supported and it’s not recommended for production (yet). You can have a say in how the feature is implemented....

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Quickstart with Couchbase Lite, Android Studio, and Gradle

Quickstart with Couchbase Lite, Android Studio, and Gradle This post will illustrate all the steps needed to get started with Couchbase Lite in an Android project using Android Studio and the standard Gradle build system. This is the easiest way...

Announcing Couchbase Server 4.5

What's New in Version 4.5? Couchbase Server is built to be a general purpose databases that supports web, mobile and IoT  applications. It is critical for modern applications to have the agility to develop and iterate fast on their code...

NDP Episode #5: Big Data and Where it Fits with NoSQL

I am pleased to announce that the fifth episode of the NoSQL Database Podcast, sponsored by Couchbase, has been published to the popular podcasting outlets.  The episode titled Big Data and Where it Fits with NoSQL, focuses on various big...

Using Spring Data Couchbase in a CDI Application

If you are in the JEE space and want a modern data management layer for your NoSql applications, you might find yourself quickly limited. There are some interesting projects like Hibernate OGM or Deltaspike's Data module but none of them...