Tag: Amazon EKS

We’ve SOLVED! Public Networking with Couchbase Autonomous Operator using Kubernetes External DNS

Why expose the Couchbase database on the public network? Below are some examples: Cross-Data Center Replication (XDCR) for High Availability and Disaster Recovery Client SDK access to Couchbase cluster Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) platforms *Note – All of these use cases share...

Couchbase Autonomous Operator 2.0 For Kubernetes Is Now GA!

We’re proud to announce the general availability of Couchbase Autonomous Operator 2.0. We have achieved significant milestones since we first announced production certification of Couchbase Server on Docker containers in June of 2016, and with Autonomous Operator 2.0, we are...

Couchbase Backup / Restore in K8s Environment

  1. Introduction Periodic backup of data is an important part of any production database deployment, which helps ensure data recovery in the event of a disaster and it also minimizes data inconsistency when a restore is required. Couchbase provides...

Deploy self-healing, highly-available Couchbase cluster on Kubernetes using Persistent Volumes

Prologue Modern business applications are expected to be up 24/7, even during the planned rollout of new features and periodic patching of Operating System or application. Achieving this feat requires tools and technologies that ensure the speed of development, infrastructure...

Couchbase Autonomous Operator 1.2.0 is now GA

We’re proud to announce the launch of Couchbase Autonomous Operator 1.2.0. This version ships with more advanced features that let you autonomously create, run, and manage Couchbase on Kubernetes. Now you can use all the power of Couchbase Server in...

Deploying the Couchbase Operator on Amazon EKS

Why use Couchbase Within Kubernetes Couchbase provides some great ways to manage its clusters, from REST api calls to a full featured webui.  While those options may be sufficient, an higher level abstraction is often desired. Users commonly use Kubernetes...

/ June 5, 2018