Shivani Gupta | Couchbase Blog

All posts by Shivani Gupta

Shivani Gupta is Director of Product Management at Couchbase for the Core Server. Shivani has over 20 years of varied experience in Big Data, Distributed Systems, and Databases at different companies including Oracle, Microsoft, VMWare, Hortonworks and now Couchbase.

How To Migrate to Scopes and Collections in Couchbase 7.0

Scopes and Collections are a new feature introduced in Couchbase 7 that allow you to logically organize data within Couchbase.  You should take advantage of scopes and collections for simpler mapping from RDBMS as well as consolidation of hundreds of...

/ November 23, 2020

Scopes and Collections for Modern Multi-Tenant Applications: Couchbase 7.0

Couchbase 7.0 introduces Scopes and Collections to easily build and deploy microservice based multi-tenant applications. Scopes and Collections allow logical isolation of different types of data, independent lifecycle management and security control at multiple levels of granularity. Application developers will...

/ November 17, 2020

Introducing Collections – Developer Preview in Couchbase Server 6.5

Couchbase, a document database, allows great flexibility in storing different types of documents in a single bucket (bucket being the equivalent of a database). There is a frequent need to refer to documents of a similar type together e.g. an...

/ August 9, 2019

Understanding Distributed Multi-document ACID Transactions in Couchbase

Couchbase CTO Ravi Mayuram announced Distributed Multi-document ACID Transactions in Couchbase Server 6.5. I highly recommend reading Ravi’s blog which highlights how Couchbase transactions are an innovative union of ACID guarantees with scale, high-availability, performance and flexibility. In this blog,...

/ August 9, 2019
Announcing Couchbase 6.0

Rebalance Improvements in Couchbase Server 6.5

Rebalance is a critical component of Couchbase architecture that allows for online cluster management operations including adding/removing nodes, online upgrades of hardware or software, and recovery after node failure.  Couchbase Server 6.5 makes rebalance more robust, more manageable, and faster....

/ August 5, 2019

Couchbase – Better Scale-Out, Agility and High Availability than MongoDB

The NoSQL revolution was born in 2006 with the publication of the Google BigTable paper as internet scale applications could not get the performance, agility and availability they needed from relational databases like Oracle. The following are now key considerations...

/ February 5, 2019