Category: Couchbase Autonomous Operator

Wavelength Zones for Edge Computing with Couchbase

Wavelength Zones for Edge Computing with Couchbase

For decades, “the last mile” has been one of the weakest parts of Internet infrastructure. Today, mobile operators are ready to change that by providing reliable and fast connectivity with LAN-like latency for mobile applications. The introduction of AWS Wavelength...

January 6, 2022
Top Blogs of 2021 – Part 1

Top Blogs of 2021 – Part 1

What a whirlwind 2021 has been! We’ve had a lot of major events take place this year including debuting on Nasdaq, debuting in the Gartner Magic Quadrant, launching Couchbase Server 7.0, and of course, introducing Couchbase Capella. It’s been a...

December 27, 2021
Testing Couchbase Applications, Why Wait?

Testing Couchbase Applications, Why Wait?

In my previous blog, we discussed setting up a Couchbase cluster locally on your own hardware. The beauty of this was that it significantly reduces both the TCO of your testing infrastructure and the time needed to acquire new test...

December 20, 2021
What to Know About the Log4j Vulnerability CVE-2021-44228

What to Know About the Log4j Vulnerability CVE-2021-44228

A critical zero-day exploit, known as Log4Shell, affecting the Apache Log4j utility (CVE-2021-44228) was made public on December 9, 2021. As soon as Couchbase became aware of this issue, we investigated it immediately within our product and security teams, and...

Announcing Couchbase Autonomous Operator 2.3 Beta

Announcing Couchbase Autonomous Operator 2.3 Beta

Today, I’m delighted to announce the latest preview of the Couchbase Autonomous Operator 2.3.0-Beta. This beta release is focused on adding some key features introduced in Couchbase Server 7.0 to Autonomous Operator such as scopes and collections, role-based access control...

Multi-Cloud vs. Hybrid Cloud: Differences, Benefits & Strategies

Multi-Cloud vs. Hybrid Cloud: Differences, Benefits & Strategies

Is your enterprise organization taking advantage of a multi-cloud or hybrid cloud strategy? According to Gartner Group, over 75% of mid-size and large organizations will have adopted a hybrid or multi-cloud strategy by 2021. What’s most critical for your enterprise...

11 Fluent Bit Tips & Tricks for Log Forwarding with Couchbase

11 Fluent Bit Tips & Tricks for Log Forwarding with Couchbase

Log forwarding and processing with Couchbase got easier this past year. We’ve recently added support for log forwarding and audit log management for both Couchbase Autonomous Operator (i.e., Kubernetes) and for on-prem Couchbase Server deployments. In both cases, log processing...

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...

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?...

How to Build a Couchbase Autonomous Operator Proof of Concept

How to Build a Couchbase Autonomous Operator Proof of Concept

Whenever I hear about a customer’s first experience with the Couchbase Autonomous Operator (CAO) for Kubernetes, their first question tends to be “How much?” The answer is that it’s already included in their Enterprise Edition subscription. Joyous to hear this,...