Tag: couchbase autonomous operator

11 Fluent Bit Tips & Tricks for Log Forwarding with Couchbase

11 Fluent Bit Tips & Tricks for Log Forwarding with Couchbase

Log forwarding and processing with Couchbase got easier this past year. We’ve recently added support for log forwarding and audit log management for both Couchbase Autonomous Operator (i.e., Kubernetes) and for on-prem Couchbase Server deployments. In both cases, log processing...

Couchbase Autonomous Operator vs MongoDB Enterprise Kubernetes Operator

Couchbase Autonomous Operator vs MongoDB Enterprise Kubernetes Operator

A Kubernetes Operator is a software extension to Kubernetes that supports built-in capabilities to manage your Kubernetes applications in an automated fashion and that follows Kubernetes principles – especially the Control Loop pattern. Why do we need a Kubernetes Operator?...

How to Build a Couchbase Autonomous Operator Proof of Concept

How to Build a Couchbase Autonomous Operator Proof of Concept

Whenever I hear about a customer’s first experience with the Couchbase Autonomous Operator (CAO) for Kubernetes, their first question tends to be “How much?” The answer is that it’s already included in their Enterprise Edition subscription. Joyous to hear this,...

Using Fluent Bit for Log Forwarding & Processing with Couchbase Server

Using Fluent Bit for Log Forwarding & Processing with Couchbase Server

With the recent release of Couchbase Autonomous Operator (CAO) 2.2, we have recently provided log processing and forwarding for the Kubernetes deployments using the OSS Fluent Bit tooling. This is also OSS and available on GitHub or as a container....

Google Autopilot and the Journey from Manual to Autonomous

Google Autopilot and the Journey from Manual to Autonomous

It’s fair to say that Kubernetes has done wonders for containerization, becoming a crucial component of organizations’ digital transformation strategies. Kubernetes goes some way to easing the burden of managing various container clusters, while its ease-of-use minimizes the time taken...

Announcing Couchbase Autonomous Operator 2.2

Announcing Couchbase Autonomous Operator 2.2

Today we are announcing the General Availability of Couchbase Autonomous Operator for Kubernetes (CAO) Version 2.2. This release provides an automated cloud-native database experience with exciting new features and improvements, such as: Auto-scaling Couchbase services Online storage scaling (scale up...

Fully Configured Couchbase on Red Hat OpenShift in 5 Minutes

Fully Configured Couchbase on Red Hat OpenShift in 5 Minutes

I recently did a presentation at Red Hat Users Group – North Texas on Couchbase NoSQL Operator on OpenShift. Thank you to the Red Hat Dallas team for extending the invitation for a joint session – Sam Nicholls, John Gammon, and Nick Wallace.  In the...

Deploying a Couchbase Mobile Backend on Kubernetes

Deploying a Couchbase Mobile Backend on Kubernetes

The Couchbase Autonomous Operator 2.0 release introduces a number of groundbreaking features and enhancements that make it easier than ever to deploy, provision, monitor and manage your Couchbase Server nodes on Kubernetes. In addition to Couchbase server nodes,  Couchbase Mobile...

Public Network, External DNS & Couchbase Autonomous Operator

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...

Announcing Couchbase Autonomous Operator 2.0 Beta

Announcing Couchbase Autonomous Operator 2.0 Beta

Introducing Couchbase Autonomous Operator 2.0 Beta Today, we are delighted to announce the latest preview of the Couchbase Autonomous Operator (CAO) 2.0 beta. This release is a significant update to the Couchbase Autonomous Operator. This release introduces several new enterprise-grade...

Autonomous Operator 1.2.0 Public Connectivity

Autonomous Operator 1.2.0 Public Connectivity

In my previous article I discussed—from a high level—the new Public Connectivity feature in Autonomous Operator 1.2.0.  This was intentionally an abstract overview in order to coax the user to learn about the joys of DDNS, TLS and layer 3...

Running Couchbase Autonomous Operator on VMware

Running Couchbase Autonomous Operator on VMware

Cormac Hogan is a Director and Chief Technologist in the Office of the CTO in the Storage and Availability Business Unit (SABU) at VMware.  Bio: I joined VMware back in April 2005, and have previously held roles in VMware’s Engineering,...