Tag: kubernetes

Couchbase: Red Hot at Red Hat Summit 2018

A Recap of Couchbase at Red Hat Summit 2018 With all of the excitement and energy at Couchbase Connect in New York last week, it may have been easy to overlook some really compelling updates coming out of Couchbase’s strategic...

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AKS with the Couchbase Kubernetes Operator

AKS (Azure Container Service) is the managed Kubernetes service on Microsoft Azure. It is currently in preview, so there are some things that may change down the road. In this post, I’m going to create an AKS cluster and install...

Why Kubernetes Operators are a game changer

The whole web developer community is excited about Kubernetes (K8s). No wonder it is the hottest topic at the conferences and developer events that I have been to the last year. It is not just a tool for managing containers, in...

Introducing Couchbase Operator: Running Couchbase Natively on Kubernetes and OpenShift Platform – Beta Announcement!!

Couchbase Operator enables you to run Couchbase deployments natively on Open Source Kubernetes or Enterprise Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. The goal of the Couchbase Operator is to fully manage one or more Couchbase deployments by removing operational complexities of...

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Using Couchbase on AWS from Kubernetes Microservices

Brant Burnett is a Couchbase Expert, systems architect, and .NET developer experienced in desktop and web full-stack development. For the last 12 years he has been working with CenterEdge Software, a family entertainment software company based in Roxboro, NC. Brant is experienced...

Couchbase Server on OpenShift Enterprise and Kubernetes – Developer Preview Available !!

We’re excited to announce the developer preview of Couchbase Server cluster on Red Hat OpenShift Enterprise which is based on Kubernetes. This project was a close collaboration between Couchbase, Red Hat, Amadeus and JetStack. A joint session on Deploying Couchbase...

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Service Discovery with Java and Database application in Kubernetes

This blog will show how a simple Java application can talk to a database using service discovery in Kubernetes.    Service Discovery with Java and Database application in DC/OS explains why service discovery is an important aspect for a multi-container application. That...

Kubernetes Cluster on Amazon 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...

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...

Kubernetes Namespaces, Resource Quota, and Limits for QoS in Cluster

By default, all resources in Kubernetes cluster are created in a default namespace. A pod will run with unbounded CPU and memory requests/limits. A Kubernetes namespace allows to partition created resources into a logically named group. Each namespace provides: a unique scope for...