Results for: mongodb

Developing an API with Node.js using Couchbase NoSQL and Ottoman

Not too long ago I released a lengthy tutorial video on the topic of creating an API with Node.js and Couchbase that used N1QL for querying.  However, that is only one of several ways to get the job done.  If...

Developing an API with Node.js using Couchbase NoSQL and N1QL

Have you ever wanted to create a RESTful API with Node.js, but wasn’t sure where to start?  How do you design your endpoints or interact with the data layer?  How do you store your data? In this, start to finish,...

YCSB Benchmark – Couchbase + Tegile/Cisco UCS

Today, we are happy to a new YCSB performance results with Couchabse Server 4.5 running on Tegile storage arrays. This benchmark shows the combined benefits of linear scalability of Couchbase Server as well as powerful storage subsystem provided by Tegile. ...

Digging Deeper into YCSB Benchmark with Couchbase Server 4.5

Every benchmark raises few question marks as it answers some. So with every benchmark, you need to sift through the data yourself to get the full scoop. I have been benchmarking for a while starting at the TPC era with benchmark wars...

Load Nested Models With Ottoman When A Parent Model Is Found In Node.js

Previously I wrote about easily developing Node.js and Couchbase apps using Ottoman for ODM. That post was just a taste of what Ottoman can do and how you can compare it to the things Mongoose can do with MongoDB. This...

I use Parse. They’re shutting down. What should I do?

Yesterday Parse, one of the leading mobile backend as a service (MBaaS) offerings, announced that they would be closing their doors. This leaves the 600,000 developers that use their service with one question:  What should I do?  Option 1: Install...

February 9, 2016

JSON+SQL: How SQL Extensions are Helping SQL Adapt to Flexibility of JSON

Dzone.com is one of my favorite destinations and I started contributing some articles there on how I think the industry should move on JSON and SQL. Here is a teaser: —- How SQL Extensions are Helping SQL Adapt to Flexibility...

Easily Develop Node.js and Couchbase Apps with Ottoman

I recently read the article on Scotch.io regarding using Mongoose and MongoDB. I thought to myself, hey, Couchbase can do the same thing if you use Ottoman instead of Mongoose. This article is going to walk through the same comparisons...

February 18: The Week in Couchbase NoSQL

Big stories and case studies coming out from Couchbase this week! See what else is happening at Couchbase: FEATURED CONTENT Presentation of the Week: Viber Replaces MongoDB with Couchbase Question of the Week: How to aggregate over multiple key/values Blog...

February 10: The Week in Couchbase NoSQL

Content, webinars, trainings, and more. Check out what’s coming up this week in Couchbase NoSQL. FEATURED CONTENT Question of the Week: How does N1QL handle the stale parameter? Podcast of the Week: Liveperson and Couchbase Blog of the Week: Node.js...

NoSQL Industry Consolidation

Apple’s acquisition of FoundationDB a couple of weeks ago and Percona’s more recent acquisition of Tokutek raised many questions about whether the NoSQL industry is consolidating. It is and this is prompting lots of questions around the risks for developers...

May 1, 2015

Competitive Benchmarks Are Good for the Industry

In the last two weeks, benchmarks sponsored by Couchbase and MongoDB were released that compared their flagship products versus each other and Cassandra. This is a good thing for the NoSQL industry, so long as the benchmarks are open, reproducible,...

April 6, 2015