Category: Cloud

Ingest data into Confluent Kafka via Couchbase Kafka Connector

Premise is very simple, in the world of disparate technologies where one does not works or integrates well together, Couchbase & Confluent Kafka are amazing products and are extremely complementary to each other. Couchbase is linearly scalable, distributed NoSQL JSON...

/ September 13, 2019

Tutorial: Running Couchbase Autonomous Operator on minikube with sample App

This hands on tutorial blog primarily covers details around setting up Couchbase Kubernetes Operator on a laptop/desktop running minikube. It features setting up custom TLS certs and persistent volumes. Along with checking how to scale up and down the cluster....

/ September 4, 2019

Observing the Rising Tide of Developer Influence

International Data Corporation (IDC) announced the results of a really interesting research project recently, where it has surveyed 2,500 developers around the globe. The IDC team commenting on the report saying that: “Developers are increasingly regarded as visionaries and architects...

Deploy self-healing, highly-available Couchbase cluster on Kubernetes using Persistent Volumes

Prologue Modern business applications are expected to be up 24/7, even during the planned rollout of new features and periodic patching of Operating System or application. Achieving this feat requires tools and technologies that ensure the speed of development, infrastructure...

Exercising Control on Quality of Service Using XDCR

XDCR, by design, provides customers the flexibility to tune the number of replications for a given bucket depending on the desired performance. New replication requires streaming all existing documents in the bucket, and, therefore, it exhibits a higher mutation rate...

Autonomous Operator 1.2.0 Public Connectivity

In my previous article I discussed—from a high level—the new Public Connectivity feature in Autonomous Operator 1.2.0.  This was intentionally an abstract overview in order to coax the user to learn about the joys of DDNS, TLS and layer 3...

Running Couchbase Autonomous Operator on VMware PKS, vSphere and vSAN Infrastructure

Cormac Hogan is a Director and Chief Technologist in the Office of the CTO in the Storage and Availability Business Unit (SABU) at VMware.  Bio: I joined VMware back in April 2005, and have previously held roles in VMware’s Engineering,...

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Building a real-time data visualization dashboard with Couchbase Analytics and Tableau

This blog covers how to set up a Couchbase Analytics cluster in under 5 clicks and create a real-time visualization dashboard with Tableau.  Introduction Couchbase Server is a hybrid NoSQL database that supports operational and analytical workloads. Couchbase Analytics in...

Quick Start: Deploying Couchbase Autonomous Operator With Helm

What’s Helm? Helm is a tool that streamlines the installation and management of applications on Kubernetes platforms. The Couchbase Autonomous Operator helm chart allows users to combine Kubernetes definitions for resources like Services, Roles, and Deployments into a single customizable...

/ May 14, 2019

Bridging the Gap: Autonomous Operator 1.2.0 Network Enhancements

Autonomous Operator versions prior to 1.2.0 had limited ability to interact with clients.  The Couchbase data platform could only be used by SDKs located in the same Kubernetes cluster.  Cross datacenter replication (XDCR) could only be used within the same...