Category: Couchbase Server

Hashing Passwords Stored in Couchbase Server with Node.js

Why You Should Hash All passwords should be hashed before entering a database because you have to consider the scenario where some malicious user attempts to gain entry into your data. Passwords are sensitive pieces of information that you don’t...

Couchbase on Jelastic

I recently started playing around with Jelastic. They provide Platform-as-Infrastructure. It's a PaaS + IaaS platform. They recently released a new version named Joker (for Jelastic + Docker). And one of their particularities is to offer easy horizontal AND vertical...

Star Wars, NoSQL, and Open Source – A New Hope!

A long time ago in a developer galaxy far far away … Want to get started with NoSQL? What is NoSQL? Get Started with NoSQL Download Couchbase Server 4.1 What’s New in Couchbase Server 4.1 Couchbase Server documentation May #OpenSource,...

Getting Started with the SIMBA Couchbase ODBC Driver

Getting Started with the SIMBA Couchbase ODBC Driver ODBC has been around since the early 1990’s as a standard API to access various data sources, traditionally against structured data sources like relational databases.  SIMBA Technologies recently released an ODBC Driver...

December 17, 2015

Couchbase Server 3.1.0 Enterprise Edition – now available!

We’re happy to announce the release of Couchbase Server 3.1.0 Enterprise Edition. As many of you know, version 3.0 revamped the architecture to deliver new database capabilities and major enhancements in many other areas. Version 3.1.0 is the first minor release of...

Are you up for a N1QL challenge?

We are looking for some awesome developers to show the world what creative apps they can build using N1QL and Couchbase 4.0 beta.   Need some infrastructure to run your app? Give Joyent a try. Joyent's Triton Elastic Container Service...

Advanced Object Modeling for High Write Rates with Logging and Event Data – Part 1

Introduction Couchbase is capable of very high write rates, can scale out fast and add nodes easily, but a poor object model can be a hindrance to these qualities. In some databases, if you have very high write rates, you...

Introducing Ruby SDK 2.0 Developer Preview with JRuby Support

Hi everyone, after long preparations, I pleased to announce preview on next generation API for ruby client. In general it just aligns ruby client with all other SDKs, where new document-oriented API had been released about a month ago. At...

Introducing the Couchbase PHP Library 1.0

A New World We are releasing Couchbase Server 1.8 today and with it a complete rewrite of our PHP SDK. This is all good news: We beefed up the internals significantly while keeping the API compatible with previous releases. Yay!...

December 16, 2014

Hello World with Couchbase and Ruby

For those of you who might have seen my other blog, my goal is to convey the fact that using Couchbase with any of the language client libraries is very straightforward. The client libraries handle the complexity of the connection...

Multiple Bucket Connections in Couchbase and Ruby

c = Couchbase.new(“http://localhost:8091/pools/default/buckets/my-bucket”) I believe it’s safe to say we are mostly all familiar with the above Ruby code.  It establishes a connection from the Ruby SDK to a bucket of our choosing inside our Couchbase cluster.  There are, of...

December 16, 2014

Ruby on Rails and Couchbase-Model for a Social Application!

Also using HAML, SASS, Bootstrap, And Twitter OmniAuth… Before we start – Here’s the GitHub code for this App… We recently had our 3rd Couchbase San Francisco conference which, by the way,  was a great success and a fantastic day...

December 16, 2014