All posts by Marty Schoch, Senior Software Engineer, Couchbase

Marty Schoch is a Senior Software Engineer at Couchbase. Marty is the author of the Couchbase Plugin for Elasticsearch and early versions of N1QL. Marty is also a core contributor to the Couchbase Go SDK and has worked on many experimental Couchbase Labs projects using Go. Currently, Marty is researching new index technology for future versions of Couchbase. He holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from the University of Maryland, College Park.

Announcing CBFT Developer Preview!

Today we're excited to announce a developer preview release of CBFT, which offers full-text indexing for Couchbase Server.  CBFT will allow Couchbase users to more easily add full-text search capabilities to their application without having to deploy additional infrastrucutre dedicated...

Cross Data Center Replication – A step-by-step guide for Amazon AWS

One of the most exciting new features of Couchbase Server 2.0 is the addition of Cross Data Center Replication (XDCR). Using this feature you can increase the reliability of your application by operating in multiple data-centers and improve performance for...

Creating a content store with Couchbase – The Learning Portal

Two weeks ago McGraw Hill presented at CouchConf SF and our users expressed so much interest that I thought I'd share more details in a blog. Earlier this year McGraw Hill and Couchbase teamed up to build a proof-of-concept application...

Couchbase and Full-text Search: The Couchbase Transport for Elasticsearch

UPDATED October 9, 2013 The Couchbase Transport for Elastic Search has been updated to work with Couchbase 2.2.0 and Elastic Search 0.90.5.  The detailed steps below have been updated to reflect the new version numbers. Now available for your next...