Tag: DCP

Ordering in Couchbase Functions – Part 2

In Part-1 of this blog series on understanding Ordering in Couchbase Functions, we observed how the mutations are consumed by Couchbase Eventing Service in different scenarios.  Now, let’s look under the hood of the Eventing Service and try to understand...

Introducing Couchbase Eventing Service

It gives us immense pleasure in announcing the launch of Couchbase Eventing Service as part of the Couchbase Data Platform 5.5. This new offering brings compute closer to data and lets customers process changes (create/ update/ delete/ expiry) to data...

Couchbase’s History of Everything: DCP

Hiding behind an acronym (DCP), Couchbase has a secret superpower. Most people think of databases as storage locations data in a certain moment in time. But with Database Change Protocol (DCP), a Couchbase cluster can be viewed as  an ongoing...

Database Change Protocol: The super-conductor that wires Couchbase Server 3.0 replication

Database Change Protocol (DCP) is the core replication protocol for version 3.0 and is used to connect nodes and clusters across geo distributed data centers. In this post, we’ll dive deep into its workings and how it enables higher availability, performance and scale with Couchbase...