Category: Couchbase Server

VPC Peering with Capella and AWS – a Walkthrough

VPC Peering with Capella and AWS – a Walkthrough

One of the most asked questions we receive from new Couchbase Capella cluster users is how do I set up and connect to the fully managed service. Communication between your application and the internet-hosted cluster is trivial, but connecting over...

Building a Mobile Application with Couchbase – Part 3

Building a Mobile Application with Couchbase – Part 3

Part 3: Adding sync functionality to a centralized server This multipart blog will help the reader build an end-to-end mobile application using the industry-leading features of Couchbase Lite.  A state of the art, end-to-end, scalable and production grade application should...

Creating Python and JavaScript User Defined Functions For Geospatial Queries

Creating Python and JavaScript User Defined Functions For Geospatial Queries

SQL++ (or Couchbase N1QL) queries can access data stored in your Couchbase cluster in a variety of ways. There are situations where having the business logic as part of your data queries can also be beneficial. SQL++ supports this with...

April 20, 2022
ASP.NET Core CRUD with NoSQL: Part 2

ASP.NET Core CRUD with NoSQL: Part 2

CRUD stands for Create, Read, Update, and Delete. In part 2, we’ll look at R for Read, and build an ASP.NET Core endpoint to read data from Couchbase using SQL. Make sure to read part 1 of this series, which...

April 18, 2022
Cloud-Native Database Automation: Autonomous Operator 2.3.0 Now Available

Cloud-Native Database Automation: Autonomous Operator 2.3.0 Now Available

We’re pleased to announce the release of Couchbase Autonomous Operator 2.3.0. The central theme of this release is ‘simplify and innovate’.  We are introducing significant architectural enhancements to simplify DevOps and development. New data organization features from Couchbase Server 7,...

Couchbase Presents at Cloud Database Battleground event

Couchbase Presents at Cloud Database Battleground event

Recently, Couchbase was asked to participate in a Cloud Database Battleground industry event to discuss some highlights of Couchbase and a few customer stories. The battleground, put on by Acceleration Economy, included several leading cloud database vendors.  The purpose of the...

Build A Python Microservice With Couchbase – Part 2

Build A Python Microservice With Couchbase – Part 2

In the first installment of this series, we discussed the drivers behind creating microservices, and why Couchbase is the perfect datastore to use with a microservice architecture. With their stateless nature, they can be deployed anywhere and horizontally scaled as...

April 11, 2022
Combine Clusters to Achieve High Availability

Combine Clusters to Achieve High Availability

Whether on-premises or on the public cloud, Couchbase customers have a distinct set of needs: ACID transactions, high durable writes, high availability and high performance. Couchbase’s architecture helps meet these needs while also reducing pain for DevOps and DBAs (perhaps...

Optimize Performance of External Analytics Collections in Couchbase

Optimize Performance of External Analytics Collections in Couchbase

It is crucial to plan for performance optimization and resource utilization now that there is support for external Couchbase Analytics collections (AWS S3 and Azure Blob Storage). External Couchbase Analytics collections read the data from external storage and do not...

Couchbase On Discord – Join Us!

Couchbase On Discord – Join Us!

At Couchbase, we’re constantly exploring new ways to engage our community and encourage knowledge sharing, collaboration and cross-pollination with adjacent developer communities. Today, we are thrilled to announce that our official Couchbase Discord server is now live! Discord is a...

March 30, 2022
Build A Python Microservice With Couchbase – Part 1

Build A Python Microservice With Couchbase – Part 1

Microservices require a scalable and sustainable set of components. This post introduces how to build microservices using Python and Couchbase to provide a fully-scalable solution. Monolithic applications present many challenges. They were born in an age when everything ran on...

March 29, 2022
Validate JSON Documents in Python using Pydantic

Validate JSON Documents in Python using Pydantic

One of the main attractions of document databases is the flexibility of the document structure or schema. For the most part, the flexibility in the document schema is beneficial. However, there might be some situations where having some structure to...

March 22, 2022