Category: Couchbase Server

Tutorial: Running Couchbase Autonomous Operator on minikube with sample App

This hands on tutorial blog primarily covers details around setting up Couchbase Kubernetes Operator on a laptop/desktop running minikube. It features setting up custom TLS certs and persistent volumes. Along with checking how to scale up and down the cluster....

/ September 4, 2019

Analytics Explain Plan – Part 1

Co-author:  Till Westmann,  Senior Director, Engineering Introduction Couchbase Analytics is the “newest kid on the block” amongst all the services available in Couchbase Server. The new service is providing rapid time to insight in many use cases like ship to...

Window functions in Couchbase Analytics

Co-author:  Till Westmann,  Senior Director, Engineering The beta bits for Couchbase 6.5, the upcoming release of Couchbase Server, are now available. The Analytics service, which supports efficient parallel query processing, has added support for support for window functions defined in...

Deploy self-healing, highly-available Couchbase cluster on Kubernetes using Persistent Volumes

Prologue Modern business applications are expected to be up 24/7, even during the planned rollout of new features and periodic patching of Operating System or application. Achieving this feat requires tools and technologies that ensure the speed of development, infrastructure...

Couchbase Brings Distributed Multi-Document ACID Transactions to NoSQL

I’m excited to announce the beta of “distributed multi-document ACID transactions” in Couchbase Server 6.5.  Whether you’re writing a new application or modernizing an existing relational application, with transactions in Couchbase 6.5 your work is easier than ever before.  Why...

Announcing Couchbase Server 6.5 Beta – What’s New and Improved

We are pleased to announce the release of Couchbase Server 6.5 beta with stellar features that lead the innovation in the NoSQL database market. We are excited to once again pioneer some of the most sought-after relational capabilities in the...

Exercising Control on Quality of Service Using XDCR

XDCR, by design, provides customers the flexibility to tune the number of replications for a given bucket depending on the desired performance. New replication requires streaming all existing documents in the bucket, and, therefore, it exhibits a higher mutation rate...

Introduction To Jepsen Testing At Couchbase

Intro As most of you know, Couchbase is a database that provides users with a range of consistency and fault tolerance options to ensure that the state of their data meet certain criteria or guarantees. Users can specify varying levels...

/ August 9, 2019

Get Started with Couchbase Collections Using the Demo App

Collections are a new feature in Couchbase 6.5. They let you group similar documents within each bucket, just as tables in relational databases collect similar records within each database. Collections will be fully supported in Couchbase 7.0, but you can...

/ August 9, 2019

Advanced Filtering with XDCR 6.5

Customers use XDCR for various use cases from high availability to data locality to disaster recovery to cloud migration and hybrid cloud deployments. To meet these use cases, there are a number of circumstances where they would want to replicate...