Month: June 2019

Build a Diary Web Application with Couchbase as the Back-end

Michael Aboagye is a backend software/security engineer based in Ghana. He is interested in building secure backend services with Python. In this tutorial, we will look at how we can build a diary web application based on the flask framework...

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Get to know the couchbase community: Meet Nic Raboy

Congratulations to our newest Couchbase Community Champion, Nic Raboy Tell us about yourself and what you do in your daily role? I’m a Developer Evangelist in the maps and location industry where I’m constantly creating awesome and unique demos for...

A Preview of Couchbase 6.5 N1QL Features

Couchbase 6.5 release is going to be one of the largest release content wise for Couchbase. For N1QL Query service, the focus for us is to bring Enterprise Database functionalities to the Couchbase Database. Expanding N1QL with additional functions to...

/ June 22, 2019
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Get to know the Couchbase community: Meet Luca Christille

Welcome to the Couchbase Community program Luca Christille! Bio: I started coding as a kid, and the passion has never faded away. Five years ago I decided to start my developer career as a freelancer, mainly in the mobile and...

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Monitoring Couchbase Sync Gateway with Prometheus and Grafana

The Couchbase Mobile 2.5 release introduced extensive stats reporting capabilities on the Sync Gateway.The stats provide key insights into the health of your Couchbase Mobile deployment and constitues an integral part of any deployment. In this post, we discuss how...

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Lentiq and Couchbase

Alex Sirbu R&D Team Lead at Lentiq, has seven years’ experience in architecting and building reliable distributed systems. Lentiq is a Kubernetes-based, multi-cloud data lake-as-a-service startup, meaning we manage other people’s data and workflows on a daily basis for a living....

The Sprouts of “SDK 3”

Software is alive. By that, I am not referring to the part where it can occasionally vex you in how it gets into a certain state. That is probably explainable by a bug somewhere. By alive I am referring to...

Introducing the Couchbase Java SDK 3.0 Alpha

I am super excited to finally write this announcement, because it allows me to put the spotlight on something we’ve been working hard over the last months. In a collective effort across the SDK team, we have started to roll...

/ June 18, 2019

Introducing Couchbase Python Client 3.0 Alpha

I’m happy to announce the first alpha of Couchbase Python Client 3.0. This major new version shares the same advanced internals of its predecessor, while presenting a new, harmonised and revised API shaped by our experiences supporting and developing SDK2....

Introducing the Couchbase Node.js SDK 3.0 Alpha

One of the challenges of writing software used by a huge range of developers is maintaining API’s which are stable and cross-compatible. Sometimes this need for compatibility can back us into a corner which restricts our ability to implement exciting...