Category: Couchbase Architecture

The N1QL Query Language Now Has a Per-Request Memory Quota

The N1QL Query Language Now Has a Per-Request Memory Quota

Unlike other services, the N1QL query language so far hasn’t had the option to adjust its memory footprint. Until now. With the release of Couchbase Server 7.0, the N1QL Query Service now includes a per-request memory quota. Background The principal...

How to Migrate to Scopes & Collections in Couchbase 7.0

How to Migrate to Scopes & Collections in Couchbase 7.0

Whether you’re new to Couchbase or a seasoned vet, you’ve likely heard about Scopes and Collections. If you’re ready to try them out for yourself, this article helps you make it happen. Scopes and Collections are a new feature introduced...

September 3, 2021
5 Reasons for Developers to Attend Couchbase Connect

5 Reasons for Developers to Attend Couchbase Connect

When it comes to online tech conferences, you’ve got options. Lots of options. If you’re a NoSQL developer, then Couchbase ConnectONLINE 2021 should be at the top of your list. This free two-day conference on 20-21 October 2021 has a...

September 2, 2021
Introducing XDCR Support for Scopes & Collections in Couchbase 7.0

Introducing XDCR Support for Scopes & Collections in Couchbase 7.0

Cross Data Center Replication (XDCR) is a database essential. XDCR ensures database High Availability (HA), disaster recovery, and geo-locality. With the Couchbase Server 7.0 release, XDCR also supports new individual namespaces called Scopes and Collections within each database Bucket. Support...

Here’s How the Index Service Got Upgraded for Couchbase 7.0

Here’s How the Index Service Got Upgraded for Couchbase 7.0

Index builds and updates just got a big performance upgrade with the introduction of Scopes and Collections in Couchbase 7. The Couchbase Server 7.0 release introduces the separation of Bucket data into logical Scopes and Collections on top of the...

August 12, 2021
How Scopes & Collections Simplify Multi-Tenant App Deployments on Couchbase

How Scopes & Collections Simplify Multi-Tenant App Deployments on Couchbase

Now it’s easier than ever to build and deploy microservices and multi-tenant applications on Couchbase. The 7.0 release introduces a new data organization feature called Scopes and Collections. Scopes and Collections allow logical isolation of different types of data, independent...

August 3, 2021
Ending the Relational vs NoSQL Debate, Once and for All

Ending the Relational vs NoSQL Debate, Once and for All

Couchbase 7.0 is a major milestone for databases. In the latest release, there are over 33 major innovations and 100 minor innovations, all culminating in a product that is both ground breaking and yet familiar to developers and DevOps engineers....

Announcing Couchbase Server 7.0

Announcing Couchbase Server 7.0

Couchbase Server 7.0 solves the requirements of modern application development. In doing so, it settles the debate over using relational or NoSQL databases. There’s no more need to compromise. (Try it out for yourself here or skip straight to the...

4 Patterns for Microservices Architecture in Couchbase

4 Patterns for Microservices Architecture in Couchbase

Microservices have emerged as a common architecture pattern over the last decade. In this approach, small, autonomous and loosely coupled services work together over a distributed network. Each microservice is typically delimited to a specific function and business boundary, runs...

3 Reasons Customers Turn from MongoDB to Couchbase

3 Reasons Customers Turn from MongoDB to Couchbase

Let’s face it. MongoDB is a popular NoSQL database upon which to build applications. But just like many “beginner” data analysis projects that start in a spreadsheet, when it’s time to get serious, it’s also time to upgrade. And when...

Couchbase Autonomous Operator vs MongoDB Enterprise Kubernetes Operator

Couchbase Autonomous Operator vs MongoDB Enterprise Kubernetes Operator

A Kubernetes Operator is a software extension to Kubernetes that supports built-in capabilities to manage your Kubernetes applications in an automated fashion and that follows Kubernetes principles – especially the Control Loop pattern. Why do we need a Kubernetes Operator?...