Tag: container

The new Couchbase Autonomous Operator 1.0 for Kubernetes and OpenShift is now GA!

I am thrilled to announce that our brand new product Couchbase Autonomous Operator for Kubernetes is now officially GA! We are the first NoSQL database to launch a production-ready Kubernetes operator for open source Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift. Couchbase...

Use XDCR to Replicate NoSQL Data Between Couchbase Docker Containers – Video Tutorial

A few weeks ago I had written an article outlining the steps for using cross datacenter replication (XDCR) in Couchbase. This article described everything from cluster setup to replicating NoSQL documents that exist in one cluster to another cluster. In...

Couchbase Server on OpenShift Enterprise and Kubernetes – Developer Preview Available !!

We’re excited to announce the developer preview of Couchbase Server cluster on Red Hat OpenShift Enterprise which is based on Kubernetes. This project was a close collaboration between Couchbase, Red Hat, Amadeus and JetStack. A joint session on Deploying Couchbase...

Deploy a PHP with Couchbase Application as Docker Containers

Earlier in the year I wrote about containerizing applications written in various development technologies that communicate with Couchbase Server. For example, I had written about deploying a Golang application with Docker, a Java application with Docker, and a Node.js application...

Deploy a Golang Web Application and Couchbase as Docker Containers

In my development series regarding Docker containers for the web application developer, I had already gone over deploying Java and Node.js applications as containers alongside Couchbase Server Containers.  This time around I thought it would be cool to deploy a...

Containers, Security, Double Dipping

One of the common misconception about containers is that they act as light VMs. Which would make you think they are perfectly isolated. It's not true. While they all give you some level of isolation, they all share a common...

Create a Couchbase Server Cluster using Docker

Docker is all the rage at the moment because of how easy it makes deployment of microservices and other tasks.  Did you know that you can use Docker to install and configure Couchbase? Check out the following video to see...

Communicating with Couchbase via a Dockerfile Script and Docker

I’ve been working on a project with my team that involves creating a selection of microservices. These microservices populate a Couchbase Server bucket with data on an interval of our choosing and operate via an AWS EC2 server. The problem...

Couchbase as a Service: Joyent Triton

When I’m at events and conferences I’m always asked how much does Couchbase charge for hosting. The simple answer is that Couchbase is a software company and not a hosting company, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t host Couchbase...