Category: Couchbase Architecture

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Distributed Databases: An Overview

Distributed Databases apply the principles of distributed computing to storing data. The simplest example is a database which stores data on two (or more) servers connected by a network. This “cluster” can be accessed and managed as if it was...

/ March 29, 2021

How we implemented Distributed Multi-document ACID Transactions in Couchbase

ACID Transactions are a must when you have strict data consistency requirements in your application. The costs of running transactions on distributed systems can rapidly create bottlenecks at scale. In this article, we will give you an overview of some...

Enable AI-driven insights using Couchbase: a practical framework

Chris Galy, Chief People Officer at Couchbase, explained in an article you can find with a quick Google search that our mission is about channeling our passion to solve hard problems so our customers can innovate and change the world....

Data Structures & Queries with Couchbase N1QL (SQL for JSON)

In the Data Structures for NoSQL Applications post, we used simplified JSON data access through native collections, maps, and more. This post demonstrates querying that data using higher-level N1QL queries, the SQL-based language for JSON. Developers can focus on managing...

/ January 27, 2021

Index Advisor Supports Self-Verification and Index Pushdowns

Index advisor for N1QL Statement (ADVISE statement ) is officially released in Couchbase Server 6.6. It is designed to make best efforts to provide global secondary index recommendation for each keyspace in the query which is better than all the...

/ January 19, 2021

NoSQL Is Dead, Long Live NoSQL

Dynamo accelerated the NoSQL revolution that’s driving the database industry. Recently, Amazon announced PartiQL – A SQL-Compatible Query Language for their flagship NoSQL database Amazon DynamoDB. This has brought the NoSQL “re:evolution” full circle. It’s wonderful to see the collaborative research from UCSD and...

/ December 16, 2020

5G and Edge Computing: The New Battleground in Database Tech

On the MongoDB earnings call last week, president and CEO Dev Ittycheria gave some huge forward guidance – he’s betting big on mobile, 5G, and edge computing. One of the killer features that we will be [releasing next year, is]...

/ December 15, 2020

Indexing Service Optimizations with Couchbase Collections

Couchbase Collections introduces the separation of the bucket data into logical scopes and collections, on top of the Couchbase JSON database. The separation allows the data to be separated out to different schema and tables, a concept that most RDBMS...

/ December 9, 2020

Building Customer-Obsessed Database Applications

Customer obsession is a powerful concept for any company. Whether your customers are internal or external users of your platform – every experience should be timely and meaningful. Customer 360 NoSQL database development is a powerful approach to delivering these...

/ December 1, 2020

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