Tag: google

Using Google Artificial Intelligence Services in Couchbase N1QL

“If you’re not using deep learning, you should be.” – Jeff Dean, Google Fellow. Google has started out with a mission to empower everything and everyone with Artificial Intelligence (A.I.).  It has open-sourced Tensorflow and supporting libraries to enable developers...

/ February 10, 2018

Kubernetes Cluster on Google Cloud and Expose Couchbase Service

This blog is part of a multi-part blog series that shows how to run your applications on Kubernetes. It will use the Couchbase, an open source NoSQL distributed document database, as the  Docker container. The first part (Couchbase on Kubernetes) explained how to start the Kubernetes cluster...

Couchbase Cloud Recipes – Pick your favorite!

Couchbase 4.x Quick Installation provide instructions to install Couchbase on your local machine. Would you like to run Couchbase 4.x in cloud? There are plenty of recipes available!     Looking for detailed instructions on Couchbase Cloud Recipes? Digital Ocean Jelastic OpenShift Docker...

NDP Episode #12: Firebase Instead of SQLite in Mobile Applications

I am pleased to announce the twelfth episode of The NoSQL Database Podcast is now available on all the popular podcasting outlets such as, but not limited to, TuneIn, iTunes, Pocket Casts, and Stitcher.  In this episode titled, Firebase Instead of...