Tag: Couchbase Server

See how Global Secondary Index (GSI) partitioning can be used for more than just partitioning

How to Use Global Secondary Index Partitioning for More Than Partitions

As a field engineer, I work with customers and often see them using Couchbase features with a “thinking-out-of-the-box” approach. One such feature that I see being used more creatively is Global Secondary Index (GSI) partitions. Let’s first discuss GSI and...

Learn how to use Advanced Bucket Accessors in Couchbase for key-value store Eventing

Eventing: Introducing Advanced Bucket Accessors in Couchbase

Advanced Bucket Accessors in Couchbase make it possible to access advanced key-value store (KV) functionality using the following built-in operators. They utilize the same bucket bindings defined in the handler as Basic Bucket Accessors, but expose a richer set of...

How Python input functions can be used in Couchbase Server

How to Take Python Input in Couchbase

Writing software is never easy. Writing software that appeals to users requires interacting with them. So do you get relevant data that you can put to use on behalf of users? Python – the most-wanted language for building software according...

June 2, 2021

Deep Dive on Multi-Factor Authentication

In this article I will explain what multi-factor authentication is, why you should be using it and how to easily implement it with Couchbase Server.  We’ll look at using both software and hardware implementations, which offer a tradeoff between cost,...

Enable AI-driven insights using Couchbase: a practical framework

Chris Galy, Chief People Officer at Couchbase, explained in an article you can find with a quick Google search that our mission is about channeling our passion to solve hard problems so our customers can innovate and change the world....

TLS Encryption

TLS 1.3 encryption arrives to Couchbase Server 7.0

The Couchbase Server 7.0 Beta is now available with some additional enhancements to strengthen the security of the platform.  Couchbase uses TLS encryption across our portfolio to ensure communication across the network is secure, meaning that outside parties cannot eavesdrop...

Indexing Service Optimizations with Couchbase Collections

Couchbase Collections introduces the separation of the bucket data into logical scopes and collections, on top of the Couchbase JSON database. The separation allows the data to be separated out to different schema and tables, a concept that most RDBMS...

December 9, 2020
LUKS Disk Encrpytion

At-rest data security with LUKS encryption

The Couchbase Server 7.0 Beta is now available with some additional enhancements to strengthen the security of the platform. Couchbase has always recommended that customers utilize disk encryption technologies to ensure that their data is secure as part of an...

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Query Admission Control in Couchbase Analytics

Couchbase Analytics is optimized to perform ad-hoc analytical queries, which typically process more data than one can fit in memory. It employs a massively parallel processing (MPP) engine that attempts to fully utilize the available processing power in any given...

Collections RBAC Security

Introducing RBAC Security for Collections

Couchbase Server 7.0 introduces the Role Based Access Control (RBAC) for Collections and Scopes.

Introducing Couchbase 7 Beta, Mapping RDBMS to NoSQL

Couchbase Server 7 Beta Couchbase Server 7 Beta is a very exciting release. It is available, free in both Enterprise and Community Editions. We encourage our entire community to download and try this groundbreaking release that features scopes and collections...

XDCR Architecture: Replicating with Collections

XDCR is an essential tool for database High-Availability, Disaster-Recovery, and Geo Locality. Collections support in Couchbase Server 7.0 includes major XDCR architectural improvements. They now enable XDCR to micro-service specific data replication or tenant specific data replication for multi-tenant applications....