Category: Couchbase Architecture

Couchbase Server 6.6 is generally available.

What’s new and improved in Couchbase Server 6.6

Couchbase Server 6.6 is now generally available with exciting new enhancements that augment our Analytics, Query, Search, and Eventing Services as well as our backup, recovery and tooling capabilities. These enhancements improve developer productivity, simplify cloud deployments, and enable operational...

Introducing direct back up to cloud Object Stores (S3)

Summary With 6.6, Couchbase is introducing the ability to backup directly to AWS S3 or any other S3-compatible Object Store. Using the our backup utility, cbbackupmgr, you can now specify an S3 bucket as a destination for backing up your...

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Arrays in JSON: Modeling, Querying and Indexing Performance

Array is THE difference between the relational model and the JSON model.   — Gerald Sangudi Abstract JSON array gives you flexibility in the type of elements,  number of elements, size of the elements, and the depth of the elements.  This...

/ August 4, 2020
Couchbase Cloud DBaaS industry reaction to new database-as-a-service

Couchbase Cloud DBaaS: The Industry Responds

It’s been exciting to see the steam Couchbase Cloud has been gaining since we initially introduced it to the world earlier this year. From an oversubscribed beta program to taking home the Tech Ascension Cloud Innovation of the Year award,...

Metadata overhead

A Tale of Two Ejection Methods: Value-only vs. Full

Introduction I would like to thank our Couchbase Server engineering team – especially, Dave Rigby and Jim Walker – for their tremendous help with this article and endless patience with all my questions.  Thanks a lot guys, I really appreciate...

FIRST CLASS SQL for FULL-TEXT SEARCH

Over time, the database industry has realized full-text search and SQL are two sides of the same coin.  Text search needs further query processing, query processing needs text search to efficiently filter for text patterns.   The SQL databases have added...

/ July 7, 2020

Fully Configured Couchbase on Red Hat OpenShift Under Five Minutes

I recently did a presentation at Red Hat Users Group – North Texas on Couchbase NoSQL Operator on OpenShift. Thank you to the Red Hat Dallas team for extending the invitation for a joint session – Sam Nicholls, John Gammon, and Nick Wallace.  In the...

Analyze This: MongoDB & Couchbase Analytics.

The purpose of computing is insight, not numbers.  — Richard Hamming The spiral of running the business, analyzing what to change & what to change to, and then changing the business is an eternal one. Do the right analysis, your...

/ June 23, 2020

Implement FHIR REST server with Couchbase

This is a follow up to my previous post that covered the topic of FHIR Data Model with Couchbase N1QL. In this blog, I will discuss the topic of how to implement the FHIR Search REST API Server over the...

/ June 8, 2020
Eventing small scripts

Couchbase Eventing: small scripts that solve big problems

Eventing Simple Yet Powerful: Eventing allows small scripts to overcome hard to solve problems. If you are familiar with both Couchbase and Eventing please feel free to skip the brief overview and skip ahead to the examples. Overview: First off, let’s...