Tag: XDCR

Use XDCR to Replicate NoSQL Data Between Couchbase Docker Containers – Video Tutorial

A few weeks ago I had written an article outlining the steps for using cross datacenter replication (XDCR) in Couchbase. This article described everything from cluster setup to replicating NoSQL documents that exist in one cluster to another cluster. In...

Replicate NoSQL Data Between Datacenters with Couchbase XDCR

When it comes to databases, data safety and performance are incredibly important. As a business you want to make sure you have disaster recovery in place and you want to make sure your database is not a bottleneck on the...

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...

Introducing Couchbase Server 4.6.0 Developer Preview

Today, we’re very excited to announce the availability of Couchbase Server 4.6.0 DP. This is an early developer release that comes with some exciting capabilities for cross datacenter replication, security, query, tools, and powerful full text search capability. The Developer...

How Many Nodes? Part 2: Sizing a Couchbase Server 2.0 cluster

In the first part of this series, I gave an overview of the 5 factors that determine the sizing of your Couchbase cluster: RAM, disk (IO and size), CPU, network and data distribution.  In this second part, I want to...

Couchbase Developer Days and LivePerson: Who, What and Why?

I’ve recently returned from a rather brilliant Couchbase trip to Israel. My colleague Tug Grall and I lead the Couchbase Developer Day held at the LivePerson offices, which was followed by a Couchbase meetup with ILTechTalks. Israel has an ever-growing,...

/ December 16, 2014

XDCR with ASP.NET and Nancy

You’re probably aware of the new Cross Data Center Replication (XDCR) feature of Couchbase Server 2.0.  Its most obvious utility is to allow you to replicate data from one Couchbase cluster to another.  However, there are more novel use cases...