All posts by Don Pinto, Senior Product Manager, Couchbase

Don Pinto is a Senior Product Manager at Couchbase and is currently focused on advancing the capabilities of Couchbase Server for developers. He is extremely passionate about data technology, and in the past has authored several articles on Couchbase Server including technical blogs and white papers. Prior to joining Couchbase, Don spent several years at IBM where he maintained the role of software developer in the DB2 information management group and most recently as a program manager on the SQL Server team at Microsoft. Don holds a master's degree in computer science and a bachelor's in computer engineering from the University of Toronto, Canada.

Introducing Developer Builds

We believe that it takes a community to design, build and ship great software. So today, I’m excited to announce a new program called “Couchbase Developer Builds”. The goal of the program is to keep you updated on the exciting...

Introducing Role-Based Access Control in Couchbase Server 4.5

Over the years, it has been drilled into me to use “Least Privilege” access whenever and however possible. This specially applies to administrators – they manage important IT infrastructure components like NoSQL databases, and have the liberty to use all...

Couchbase Server 4.1.1 CE is now available

We are glad to announce that Couchbase Community Edition 4.1.1 is generally available. This release further fortifies the previously released 4.x Community Edition series with the top bug fixes to improve product stability.   Start exploring Couchbase Server Community Edition...

Announcing Couchbase Server 4.5.1

We are pleased to announce the release of Couchbase Server version 4.5.1. This is the first maintenance release in the 4.5.x series, and it includes over 145 stability, performance, and security bug-fixes across the data service, query service, GSI, XDCR,...

Announcing Couchbase Server 4.1.2

Today, we are happy to announce the availability of Couchbase Server 4.1.2, the latest bug-fix release in the 4.x Couchbase Server series.   Based on the feedback we received from our customers, the 4.1.2 release fortifies the 4.x series and...

Couchbase Server 4.1.0 CE is now available!

We at Couchbase are committed to the continued growth of our Couchbase community and we believe that our community edition is a good way for developers in the community to get to know Couchbase. Today, we glad to announce that...

Protect Your Data while Migrating from RDBMS to NoSQL

Note: this is a guest post by Michael Rothschild of Vormetric.   The only constant in life is change, and those of us in technology know this to be true. Technologies that were experiments just five years ago are now...

Couchbase Server 3.1.3 Community Edition is Available

We at Couchbase are committed to the continued growth of our Couchbase community and we believe that our community edition is a good way for developers in the community to get to know Couchbase. Today, we glad to announce that...

Introducing Couchbase Server 4.5 Beta

This release comes with many exciting features that make it even easier for developers to build amazing apps on Couchbase while simplifying the transition from relational to NoSQL technology. We have also significantly extended the performance of Couchbase – with...

Introducing Couchbase Server 4.5 Developer Preview

Today, we’re very excited to pull back the curtain and announce Couchbase Server 4.5 Developer Preview (DP).  This release is an early developer milestone that comes with many exciting features for more efficient querying, advanced data access, powerful indexing and...