Tag: couchbase

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....

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2021 IT Resolutions

Any set of New Year’s resolutions should resolve to actually try and keep the resolutions. January 19th is known as “Quitter’s Day” because it takes at least 21 days to form a habit, and most people don’t make it past...

Couchbase Autonomous Operator 2.1 for Kubernetes is Now GA

At Couchbase’s global developer conference, ‘Connect.Online 2020’ held in October, we shared the essence of new features or capabilities of the upcoming Couchbase Autonomous Operator release version 2.1 through several sessions. Since then, many of you have been waiting to...

NoSQL Is Dead, Long Live NoSQL

Dynamo accelerated the NoSQL revolution that’s driving the database industry. Recently, Amazon announced PartiQL – A SQL-Compatible Query Language for their flagship NoSQL database Amazon DynamoDB. This has brought the NoSQL “re:evolution” full circle. It’s wonderful to see the collaborative research from UCSD and...

/ December 16, 2020
Using SDK's With Couchbase Cloud

Using SDKs With Couchbase Cloud Free Trial – Tutorial Posted

Learn how to use Couchbase SDKs with the Couchbase Cloud Self-Service Free Trial In my last post I talked about the launch of the Couchbase Cloud Self-Service Free Trial Tutorial Series, in this brief post I wanted to highlight the...

Couchbase Academy - Courses and Certification

Welcome to Couchbase Academy: November Update

Introducing Couchbase Academy Just a few weeks ago at our Connect Online event, we announced a new program for Couchbase Training that includes a name change and a new certification program. The official name of our training program is “Couchbase...

/ November 2, 2020

Couchbase’s Cost-Based Optimizer for JSON is patent pending

With NoSQL databases proving their worth over the legacy SQL approach, the next question is inevitably “how do we optimize our processes as much as possible?” Many databases have used static Rule-Based Optimization (RBO) to optimize workloads – but this...

/ October 29, 2020
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Blockchain Technology vs. NoSQL Databases

Both NoSQL databases and modern Blockchain ledgers benefit from a set of common principles. When they are both implemented for an application a lot can be accomplished as the platforms can complement each other. What is Blockchain? Blockchain is a...

/ October 22, 2020

N1QL Transactions : Elastic, Scalable, and Distributed

SQL is the only 22nd-century language available for developers today. ABSTRACT In relational database systems, SQL is more than a declarative query language. It includes procedural language (T-SQL, PL/SQL, etc) and defines transactions and its semantics.  SQL as a query...

/ October 14, 2020

N1QL Turns Five

As any parent of a five year old can attest, time flies when you’re having fun. Where did all the time go? That’s kind of how we feel with N1QL, the SQL for JSON query language. Today, thousands of developers,...

/ October 6, 2020