Category: Couchbase Server

NDP Episode #2: NoSQL and Where It’s Used

I am pleased to announce the second NoSQL Database Podcast episode hosted by Couchbase. The episode is titled NoSQL and Where It’s Used and focuses on a particular use case for NoSQL. In the episode I am joined by Brett...

Moving data from Oracle to Couchbase

One request I found frequently in customers is about moving data between Oracle and Couchbase. Oracle is a widely deployed relational database, and customers moving to Couchbase have this starting point challenge. How do we load my Couchbase database from...

Moving from Oracle to Couchbase

Oracle was the first database I developed with, so I know that thinking about switching to something like NoSQL and leaving behind the relational model can seem like a scary thing. The thing is, it really wasn’t scary when I...

Couchbase with Azure ARM Templates

This blog post describes how to set up your own Couchbase Cluster using Azure Resource Manager templates, aka ARM templates. Prerequisites: If you would like to try this you will need a few things: Azure Subscription, sign-up here for a...

Create an AngularJS Web Application that Sync’s with Couchbase using PouchDB

Not too long ago I created a tutorial demonstrating how to sync between a web application and Couchbase Server using nothing more than client facing technologies like AngularJS, HTML, and CSS.  This was all made possible with the JavaScript library...

Couchbase and Apache CouchDB compared

Despite similar names, Couchbase Server and Apache CouchDB are quite different systems.             Here’s a quick overview of how they differ and what they have in common. We're comparing Couchbase 4.1 and Apache CouchDB 1.6...

Test the Latest Couchbase Features with a Docker Image

We’re lucky to have a smart and active team of developers at Couchbase and they often come up with new things for us try out! If you follow this blog you might have seen we published a developer preview for...

Exploring Couchbase and N1QL through Touchbase using Node.js and Angular.js – Part 4: Image Uploads with Multer and base64 encoding

Part 4: Picture Upload So far, Part 0 and Part 1 cover the data model and user document used in the application followed by Part 2 where we verify accounts through email using Nodemailer and Sendgrid. We then had part...

/ January 8, 2016

Continuous Deployment with Jenkins & .NET

This is the first blog post of two about Jenkins and Couchbase. This first post is a general introduction to Continuous Deployment with Jenkins and .NET. The second blog post will be focusing more on how to use Jenkins to...

Couchbasics: How Functional and Performance Needs Determine Data Access in Couchbase

There are multiple ways of getting data in and out of Couchbase. Notice that I did not say querying, I said in and out…on purpose. Not all ways of getting data in and out of Couchbase are querying like in...