All posts by Venkat Subramanian, Product Manager

Venkat dabbles in product development and product management and has been developing data/analytics platforms & products. Significant chunk of his experience has been with Oracle, where he transitioned from being an Engineer in Oracle’s Enterprise Manager team to Product Manager for Oracle's BI/Analytics suite of products. He has worked in startups in the past helping develop machine-learning/NLP products and distributed decisioning systems. He lurks around at @venkasub.

Ordering in Couchbase Functions – Part 2

In Part-1 of this blog series on understanding Ordering in Couchbase Functions, we observed how the mutations are consumed by Couchbase Eventing Service in different scenarios.  Now, let’s look under the hood of the Eventing Service and try to understand...

Ordering in Couchbase Functions – Part 1

Couchbase Functions is being introduced in the Couchbase Server 5.5 release under the Couchbase Eventing Service. Couchbase Functions gives you the ability to move data-driven business logic closer to your data. User-defined business logic can be triggered in real-time on...

New Features in Index Service in Couchbase Server 5.5

In the last major release, Couchbase Server 5.0, we introduced Plasma – New Storage Engine and also the support for Index Replicas in the Index Service. We have continued to build on these new features in our upcoming release. The themes...

Introducing Couchbase Eventing Service

It gives us immense pleasure in announcing the launch of Couchbase Eventing Service as part of the Couchbase Data Platform 5.5 Developer Build. This new offering brings compute closer to data and lets customers process changes (create/ update/ delete/ expiry)...

Indexing Best Practices

Prelude: Asynchronous Indexing: Global Secondary Indexes in Couchbase can be created, updated and deleted without impacting the reads and writes on the JSON documents in Data nodes. This means that index inserts/updates/deletes happen asynchronously and index workloads are isolated from...

Blazing Fast Index Performance with Plasma

In the earlier post, we got an opportunity to introduce Plasma as the new performant storage engine that powers Global Secondary Indexes in Couchbase 5.0(beta out!). We saw some of the features of Plasma and how it is designed with...

How to transition from Equivalent Indexes to Index Replicas?

In the previous post, we saw the benefits of using index replicas over equivalent indexes.  Let’s say you are on Couchbase Server 4.x and have the following 3 equivalent indexes spread across 3 nodes; and with Couchbase 5.0 Beta available,...

Diving into Couchbase Index Replicas

With Couchbase Server 4.x, customers used to create Equivalent Indexes to satisfy the twin requirements of keeping the indexes highly available and to load balance the N1QL queries. What this meant was that the exact same index definition was used...

Introducing Plasma – Highly Performant and Efficient Storage Engine for Couchbase Indexes

ForestDB was introduced as an efficient storage engine for Global Secondary Indexes in Couchbase 4.0. The constant innovation, willingness to experiment and the challenge to beat our own metrics drives us at Couchbase and it is with this resolve and...