Tag: containers

Couchbase: Red Hot at Red Hat Summit 2018

A Recap of Couchbase at Red Hat Summit 2018 With all of the excitement and energy at Couchbase Connect in New York last week, it may have been easy to overlook some really compelling updates coming out of Couchbase’s strategic...

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Getting Started with Couchbase Mobile using Docker Containers

Container technologies such as Docker have vastly simplified the software development, test and deployment process by allowing you to package applications along with their complete runtime environment that abstract away differences in infrastructure and OSes. This post is a primer...

Using Docker to develop with Couchbase

Docker is a great project that is helping developers around the world run applications in containers. This not only helps shipping software faster, but it also results with the famous “it works in my machine” phrase. In this article I...

Containerize a Node.js Application that Communicates with Couchbase Server

Last month I had written a tutorial on the subject of containerizing a web application that talks to Couchbase Server.  This tutorial called, Deploy a Node.js with Couchbase Web Application as Docker Containers, helped you containerize a Node.js application, but this...

Deploying a Containerized Couchbase NoSQL Database Cluster with Docker – Video Tutorial

Docker is all the rage lately so I’ve decided to hop on this train and whip together some content regarding the containerization of Couchbase.  I’ve seen a few tutorials that demonstrate the use of Couchbase with Docker, but I’ve decided...

Use Docker to Deploy a Containerized Java with Couchbase Web Application

Not too long ago I wrote about containerizing a Node.js RESTful API and Couchbase Server to demonstrate how easy it is to deploy web applications in a quick and reliable fashion.  In that guide we created a simple API, built...

Deploy a Node.js with Couchbase Web Application as Docker Containers

Docker is becoming increasingly popular and I’ve been slowly introducing it into my projects.  It makes it easy to distribute your applications because regardless of where you deploy your containers to, the experience will be the same.  Take Node.js for...

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Service Discovery with Java and Database application in DC/OS

This blog will show how a simple Java application can talk to a database using service discovery in DC/OS. Why Service Discovery? An application typically consist of multiple components such as an application server, a database, a web server, caching and messaging server. Typically, multiple replicas of each component would...

Workshop Content for Full-Stack Java and NoSQL Development Now Available

About a week ago I was at DevNexus 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia, giving a workshop on creating full stack applications using a variety of technologies such as Java, Angular, Docker, Couchbase, and JavaFX. Everyone who participated in the full day...

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Stateful Containers using Portworx and Couchbase

  Containers are meant to be ephemeral and so scale pretty well for stateless applications. Stateful containers, such as Couchbase, need to be treated differently. Managing Persistence for Docker Containers provide a great overview of how to manage persistence for stateful containers....