Category: Couchbase SDK

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Couchbase Server 5.5 Beta – now available!

Announcing Couchbase Server 5.5 Beta This release is an extension of the Couchbase Data Platform but also introduces several new Enterprise Grade features – agility, performance, and manageability – all based on critical feedback from our customers. Included are many...

April 16, 2018

The Couchbase Data Platform in Action: The Couchbase Connect 2017 Silicon Valley Technical Demo

A Full Stack Application Built Using the Couchbase Data Platform This past year, at the annual Couchbase Connect conference in Silicon Valley, we were proud to present a technical demonstration showing much of the breadth of the Couchbase Data Platform...

Building an Observation Deck

A distributed system is one in which the failure of a computer you didn’t even know existed can render your own computer unusable. – Leslie Lamport, 1987 While those prescient words were uttered in 1987, it remains the case in...

Response Time Observability with the Java SDK

Previous blogs gave a better understanding on how our approach to Real Time Observability (RTO) in general helps troubleshooting distributed systems and why we chose OpenTracing as a foundation and public API. If you haven’t already, you can check out...

April 9, 2018

What OpenTracing Is and Why It’s Important

We have previously discussed why system observability is important in distributed systems and the challenges that it can help to overcome – if you missed it, you can see Matt Ingenthron’s introduction to the problem here. Next, we will discuss why...

Define Your Own Durability Requirements in Couchbase with the SDKs

As a Developer Advocate at Couchbase, I go to many events and interact with a great deal of developers. When talking about Couchbase, I get a lot of questions around the durability of data that is being created. For example,...

Document Conflicts & Resolution in Couchbase Mobile 2.0

Document conflicts can occur in distributed environments that support data synchronization, wherein a document can be updated concurrently by one or more writers. This is especially common in mobile environments where unreliable network connections may result in concurrent changes from...