Tag: functions

Eventing Service Improvements in Couchbase Server 6.5

Couchbase Eventing Service provides a framework for writing your own functions to process data change events (create, update, delete/expiry). Couchbase Server 6.5 introduces a set of important improvements to the Eventing Service that enable a lot of new use cases...

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Using cURL with the Eventing Service: Update

CURL is a utility function that has been available as a Developer Preview feature in Couchbase Eventing Functions. It has been in developer preview and was not recommended for production. We are listening to feedback to improve usability, and we...

Using N1QL with Couchbase Eventing Functions.

Now, this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning. — Winston Churchill Updating data is usually not the end, but usually a progress of a...

/ October 20, 2018
Timers Couchbase Eventing Functions

Timers in Couchbase Functions

We are pleased to announce the support of Timers in Couchbase 6.0 Beta release. This is the an important innovation in Couchbase Functions that enables asynchronous compute in reference to wall-clock events. Timers are constructs by which developers can specify...

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Eventing: Notification with Couchbase Functions

Important note: This blog post contains information about a developer preview CURL function in Eventing. The CURL function will be changing in Couchbase Server 6.5, please see Using cURL with the Eventing Service: Update for more details. Eventing is a...

Ordering in Couchbase Functions – Part 1

Couchbase Functions is being introduced in the Couchbase Server 5.5 release under the Couchbase Eventing Service. Couchbase Functions gives you the ability to move data-driven business logic closer to your data. User-defined business logic can be triggered in real-time on...

Using the cURL Function with the Couchbase Eventing Service

Important note: This blog post contains information about a developer preview CURL function in Eventing. The CURL function will be changing in Couchbase Server 6.5, please see Using cURL with the Eventing Service: Update for more details. The Couchbase Eventing...

Detect Sensitive Information In Your NoSQL Documents Automatically With Couchbase Functions

Storing sensitive information in a database without encryption is not a good thing, but have you ever done in on accident due to bugs in your application code or a misconfiguration in your database? What if there was a way...

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...

Working with JSON Arrays in N1QL

The N1QL query language has a rich set of facilities for working with arrays in JSON. In this article, we’ll cover array constants, facilities for searching in arrays, ways to transform arrays, and some useful array functions. The format is...

/ February 28, 2018