Category: XDCR

How To Migrate From Couchbase Server to Couchbase Capella

How To Migrate From Couchbase Server to Couchbase Capella

Steps to migrate self-managed Couchbase Server clusters to Couchbase Capella™ Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) Couchbase Capella is the easiest and fastest way to begin with Couchbase. This fully managed Database-as-a-Service eliminates your database management efforts and reduces costs while delivering flexibility across...

Simplify Schema Migration On Cloud-Native Couchbase Deployments

Simplify Schema Migration On Cloud-Native Couchbase Deployments

The Couchbase Autonomous Operator is a Kubernetes operator that provides cloud-native integration with open source Kubernetes and Red Hat Openshift. It allows a user to use Kubernetes’ declarative functionality to define what the Couchbase Server Cluster will be and manage...

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...

Why Uplevel From MongoDB™

Why Uplevel From MongoDB™

Today’s applications need to deliver a great experience to users anywhere, all the time. For business-critical applications, there is no downtime, they must support customers 24/7, 365. Applications are being architected to run on micro-services and to be developed in...

February 22, 2022
Deploying Couchbase for High-Availability in Google Cloud Platform – Part 2 – XDCR

Deploying Couchbase for High-Availability in Google Cloud Platform – Part 2 – XDCR

This is Part 2 in a series focused on leveraging the high-availability architectural capabilities and features of Couchbase Server on the Google Cloud Platform (GCP). The Couchbase concepts discussed here can be universally applied to any cloud environment where you...

January 24, 2022
Announcing Couchbase Autonomous Operator 2.3 Beta

Announcing Couchbase Autonomous Operator 2.3 Beta

Today, I’m delighted to announce the latest preview of the Couchbase Autonomous Operator 2.3.0-Beta. This beta release is focused on adding some key features introduced in Couchbase Server 7.0 to Autonomous Operator such as scopes and collections, role-based access control...

Multi-Cloud vs. Hybrid Cloud: Differences, Benefits & Strategies

Multi-Cloud vs. Hybrid Cloud: Differences, Benefits & Strategies

Is your enterprise organization taking advantage of a multi-cloud or hybrid cloud strategy? According to Gartner Group, over 75% of mid-size and large organizations will have adopted a hybrid or multi-cloud strategy by 2021. What’s most critical for your enterprise...

Secure Your Data at Rest with LUKS Disk Encryption in Couchbase

Secure Your Data at Rest with LUKS Disk Encryption in Couchbase

Couchbase now supports LUKS disk encryption to secure your data at rest. Couchbase 7.0 puts a big focus on security, debuting support for both role-based access control (RBAC) for Scopes and Collections, and encryption of at-rest data via Linux Unified...

Introducing XDCR Support for Scopes & Collections in Couchbase 7.0

Introducing XDCR Support for Scopes & Collections in Couchbase 7.0

Cross Data Center Replication (XDCR) is a database essential. XDCR ensures database High Availability (HA), disaster recovery, and geo-locality. With the Couchbase Server 7.0 release, XDCR also supports new individual namespaces called Scopes and Collections within each database Bucket. Support...

Exercising Control on Quality of Service Using XDCR

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...

Advanced Filtering with XDCR 6.5

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...

Understanding Cross Data Center Replication (XDCR) – Part 1

If you have any familiarity with Couchbase, you definitely know XDCR. If you use Couchbase for any of your applications, you are very likely using XDCR. I wouldn’t be wrong if I said, XDCR is indeed one of our customers’...