Tag: kubernetes

Running Couchbase Autonomous Operator on VMware PKS, vSphere and vSAN Infrastructure

Cormac Hogan is a Director and Chief Technologist in the Office of the CTO in the Storage and Availability Business Unit (SABU) at VMware.  Bio: I joined VMware back in April 2005, and have previously held roles in VMware’s Engineering,...

Quick Start: Deploying Couchbase Autonomous Operator With Helm

What’s Helm? Helm is a tool that streamlines the installation and management of applications on Kubernetes platforms. The Couchbase Autonomous Operator helm chart allows users to combine Kubernetes definitions for resources like Services, Roles, and Deployments into a single customizable...

/ May 14, 2019

Couchbase Autonomous Operator on GKE, Securing Couchbase Data Platform with TLS Certs

We are excited to announce release of Couchbase Autonomous Operator 1.2. This is landmark release marking several features requested by customers, mainly Automated Upgrade of Couchbase Clusters Integrated CouchbaseCluster Resource Validation via Adminission Controller Helm Support Public Connectivity for Couchbase...

/ May 6, 2019

Getting started with the Couchbase Autonomous Operator on Enterprise Pivotal Container Service (PKS)

What is the Enterprise Pivotal Container Service (PKS)? Enterprise Pivotal Container Service (PKS) uses the latest stable OSS distribution of Kubernetes—with no proprietary extensions. With Enterprise PKS, you can deploy, scale, patch, and upgrade all the Kubernetes clusters in your...

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Using Docker to develop with Couchbase Mobile

Container technologies such as Docker have vastly simplified the software development, test and deployment process by allowing you to package applications along with their complete runtime environment that abstract away differences in infrastructure and OSes. This post is a primer...

Navigating Kubernetes Vulnerabilities with the Autonomous Operator

The first critical vulnerability in the Kubernetes container orchestration platform was disclosed earlier this month.  This vulnerability affects all versions of Kubernetes greater than 1.0.0. It also affects RedHat OpenShift platform versions greater than 3.0.0. In this post we look...

Deep Dive Into Our Test Framework Built For Certifying Couchbase Autonomous Operator On Azure AKS

Our goal on the Couchbase Kubernetes testing team is to rigorously test the Autonomous Operator (AO) and certify the underlying Couchbase Server clusters that the AO manages. We test the AO for proper creation, management, and failure recovery of the...

/ December 11, 2018

Double Click on Couchbase Autonomous Operator 1.1.0

Couchbase Autonomous Operator version 1.1.0 was released on November 15th 2018. For the Kubernetes team it is a small release but an important one to improve the end user experience. In this post we will double click into the specifics...

Announcing Couchbase Autonomous Operator 1.1.0

We’re happy to announce the release of Couchbase Autonomous Operator 1.1.0. As many of you know, version 1.0 which got released on August 30th was the first NoSQL production-ready Kubernetes operator for open source Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift. Couchbase Autonomous...

Couchbase Autonomous Operator on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.11

We are excited to be part of the Red Hat announcement of OpenShift Container Platform 3.11 version. In this release, Red Hat is extending application Operator capabilities to OpenShift in a Developer Preview capacity. We were one of the early...