Shopper or Merchant? Check-out N1QL Querying

N1QL is a next generation query language for Couchbase Server. It goes beyond SQL and the relational model in several ways–most importantly, attributes in N1QL can contain multiple values, and these values can be nested. In this blog, we will...

Show off your web applications powered by Couchbase Server

With the rollout of our new Couchbase Server ribbons, show the world that your apps are powered by Couchbase Server. We have prepared these ribbons so that you can overlay them on your site. Simply copy and paste the appropriate...

The Simple Client Interface, Now With More Simplicity

Simplicity. That’s part of what has made memcached popular for bringing “fast” to web applications. The usage pattern is simple to understand, it’s simple to install the server, and of course it’s simple to get the client going with your...

Simply Transformational

It’s great to be posting my first blog as NorthScale’s new chief executive. This is a unique company with a unique opportunity to drive the incredible transformation taking place in the data management space. I’m thrilled to be a part...

/ December 16, 2014

Six months as Technical Evangelist at Couchbase

[This blog was syndicated from http://blog.grallandco.com] Already 6 months! Already 6 months that I have joined Couchbase as Technical Evangelist. This is a good opportunity to take some time to look back. So first of all what is a Developer/Technical...

/ December 16, 2014

Sneak peek: What’s new in Couchbase Server 3.0!

Over the last year or so, we have been working on a vast number of features and improvements for our next major release. Today, we are ready to pull back the curtain on Couchbase Server 3.0. With 3.0, Couchbase Architecture...

So, how do I use this libcouchbase?

Some of you may have noticed that we released Couchbase 1.8 earlier today, and a new set of smart clients for various languages. For me personally this is a milestone, because libcouchbase is now a supported client for the C language. So...

Span: a London conference about scaling

Last week saw the first edition of Span, a London developer conference all about building scalable systems. 114 developers spent the day listening to eleven speakers, covering topics such as reactive programming, unified logs, the history of Erlang, stream processing,...

spymemcached makes more of Membase

In some of the recent Membase meetups, the topic of what moxi does for clients has been discussed a bit.  The bit of background many folks didn't initially have is that moxi began life as being a way to bring...

spymemcached release candidate has 2x faster bulk loading

Memcached and Java NIO master, Dustin Sallings, has put out a new release candidate of the world’s best Java memcached client library, spymemcached.  The most exciting headliner here is the 2x performance improvement for bulk data loading into memcached, by...