Category: Application Design

Couchbasics: How Functional and Performance Needs Determine Data Access in Couchbase

There are multiple ways of getting data in and out of Couchbase. Notice that I did not say querying, I said in and out…on purpose. Not all ways of getting data in and out of Couchbase are querying like in...

Performing Bulk Operations in Couchbase Using Golang

A frequently asked question by the Couchbase developer community is “how can I perform bulk type operations?” The expectation is that a high performance data platform will support batching to improve performance. All Couchbase SDK clients support batching operations. Through...

/ January 4, 2016

Introducing Linq2Couchbase Developer Preview 1: The Linq provider for Couchbase N1QL!

*Sample code for this post is available in the couchbase-net-examples project here. I am very excited to announce developer preview #1 of the official Linq provider for Couchbase N1QL! This is a very early pre-release to introduce the provider, preview...

Guest post from Concur: Leveraging the power of Couchbase in classic ASP applications

Note: this is a guest post by Vojta Jakubec of Concur Technologies, a travel management expense company that provides travel and expense management services to businesses. At Concur, we have experience building software as a service for over 15 years....

The Couchbase ASP.NET Identity Storage Provider: Part 1

The ASP.NET Identity System is a new collection of software components for supporting authourization and authentication within ASP.NET applications. It provides significant improvements over the previous ASP.NET Membership and Simple Membership and aims to make it easier support non-relational backing...

Advanced Object Modeling for High Write Rates with Logging and Event Data – Part 1

Introduction Couchbase is capable of very high write rates, can scale out fast and add nodes easily, but a poor object model can be a hindrance to these qualities. In some databases, if you have very high write rates, you...