Month: November 2016

Concurrency Behavior: MongoDB vs. Couchbase

Multi-User Testing   David Glasser of Meteor wrote a blog on an MongoDB query missing matching documents issue he ran into.  It is straightforward to reproduce the issue on both MongoDB MMAPv1 and MongoDB WiredTiger engine. Here are his conclusions...

/ November 30, 2016

Austin User Group Visits – October 2016 (Videos)

I spent nearly a week in Texas, visiting four user groups and talking about Couchbase as much as possible. The first two days of the week I spent in Austin. Here are the videos: Austin .NET User Group – Full...

Getting Comfortable with Couchbase Mobile: Couchbase Web Console

Introduction This post marks the second in a series about the Couchbase Mobile stack. You can find the first post here. It covers installing Couchbase Server. In this post we’ll examine part of Couchbase Web Console (CWC). Background To get comfortable with the whole stack, it’s...

Storing Password Data Safely with Node.js and Bcrypt

When developing a web application there is often a need to store password data in your database.  For example, what if you have users and you don't want to use OpenID or similar for account management? When storing password data,...

.NET Core with Visual Studio Code

Jeff Morris already wrote a great blog post to introduce the Couchbase .NET Core SDK, which is now in developer preview. I’m going to show you some of the tooling that I’m using to write .NET Core on Windows: Visual...

.NET and Couchbase – October 2016, New York Code Camp (video)

I was a speaker at the Code Camp NYC conference on October 8, 2016. My topic was Full Stack Development with .NET and NoSQL. The organizers and venue allowed me to record the session, and so I’ve posted it on...

Getting Started with Java and Couchbase

In this quickstart video tutorial you'll learn how to setup and start building a Java application that communicates with Couchbase Server to save NoSQL JSON data as well as query for it numerous ways. For more information on how to...

Docker and ASP.NET Core with Couchbase Server

In many of my blog posts and samples, I use a single Couchbase Server node. I do this because it’s easy, and much of what I demonstrate can be done with a single node. However, Couchbase Server is typically run...

Health Check of Docker Containers

One of the new features in Docker 1.12 is how health check for a container can be baked into the image definition. And this can be overridden at the command line. Just like the CMD instruction, there can be multiple HEALTHCHECK instructions in...

Visualization Dashboard with Couchbase Analytics

In the world of Big Data, where we have gogolbytes of information available about all aspects of our applications and the users that are interacting with them, being able to analyze all of this data and provide insightful intelligence is...