Month: June 2018

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The Couchbase Data Platform in Action: Step-by-Step Setup

The application built for the Couchbase Connect Silicon Valley conference last fall incorporates dynamic N1QL queries, offline mobile, IoT sensors, ad hoc queries with analytics, cross-data center replication, failover, fuzzy text matching, and a slew of other features. You can...

Couchbase on OpenShift in Action

OpenShift is a platform as a service (PaaS) from Red Hat on top of Docker containers and Kubernetes. It is an open source container application platform by Red Hat based on Docker containers and the Kubernetes container cluster manager for enterprise app...

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Data Visualization with Couchbase and Knowi

Data visualization and reporting can help decision makers to identify patterns and concepts in analytics. Couchbase Analytics (currently in developer preview) provides a seamless NoETL experience (video) to analyze data with powerful queries. Knowi is a cloud-based reporting and visualization...

Couchbase with Kotlin, Spring Boot and Spring Data

Last year I started learning Kotlin and I was surprised at how easy it was to convert a Java application. IntelliJ and a few other IDEs offer nice tools for automatic conversion, and with a few adjustments you can end...

Deploying the Couchbase Operator on Amazon EKS

Why use Couchbase Within Kubernetes Couchbase provides some great ways to manage its clusters, from REST api calls to a full featured webui.  While those options may be sufficient, an higher level abstraction is often desired. Users commonly use Kubernetes...

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Deploy Couchbase on AWS with Terraform

Couchbase has been working closely with Gruntwork on developing Terraform templates that deploy Couchbase on AWS.  We’re excited to announce the public availability of those templates today!  We’ve been really impressed with the approach Gruntwork takes to developing Infrastructure as...

Building Elastic Microservices with Kubernetes and Spring Boot from the ground up

  Apart from all the recent discussions about Kubernetes and whether you should Dockerize your database or not, today I would like to show you why those two things might be good solutions when scalability and elasticity is a big...