nosql

September 14, 2011

Couchbase NoSQL Meetup in Tel Aviv

It’s been a while since I got to feel the “techy” Israel. Since I moved to Silicon Valley a decade ago, I haven’t had much chance to meet and talk with the people behind Israel’s great entrepreneurial success. This visit was different. I met engineers and leaders from rapidly growing startups to more mature and public companies.

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August 10, 2011

NoSQL and Couchbase: Picking Up Speed

The past six months have been a whirlwind of activity at Couchbase and the pace just continues to accelerate, not just for Couchbase but for the NoSQL market as a whole. Since the merger of CouchOne and Membase in February, we’ve been hard at work to advance the state of NoSQL technology. To name a few things:

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May 13, 2011

Couchbase Momentum: NoSQL on the Rise

When we announced the Membase and CouchOne merger, it was thrilling to see the community share our excitement about the merger, and provide such positive feedback about the potential of bringing the CouchDB and Membase NoSQL technologies together.

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December 17, 2010

Building libmembase

I guess I was a bit too excited yesterday when I announced libmembase, because I completely forgot to mention where to get and build it.

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November 30, 2010

Membase for Dummies: Creating a bucket within Membase

Welcome back!  This is the third installment of the "Membase for Dummies" video blog series. The other entries in the series are:

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November 12, 2010

Use cases are driving the divergence, and the convergence, of NoSQL solutions

This morning, Matt Aslett of The 451 blogged on The beginning of the end of NoSQL in which he highlighted the uselessness of the NoSQL category name. Good post, as usual. But this isn't new news. People have been griping about the term since the day it was coined.

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November 1, 2010

Membase for Dummies: Getting Started in Five Minutes or Less

This is the inaugural post in my "Membase for Dummies" series. The goal of this series is to provide users with quick (5 minutes or less) tutorials on various aspects of Membase functionality.

This first entry is focused on getting your first node of Membase up and running. In this two-minute video, I walk you through the process of downloading, installing and setting up Membase.

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October 30, 2010

Running Moxi on Solaris

I have been working on getting Membase up'n'running on OpenSolaris as a side project. Most of it is already in place, but there are still some Makefile issues to sort out. I thought that while we're waiting to complete that task, I could show you how to easily run moxi as a service controlled by SMF.

I've created some scripts to make it easier for you to build and install everything, so the first we need to do is to check out (or update your clone) of my tools repository:

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October 29, 2010

SD Forum Membase Talk Slides

On Tuesday the 26th, I had the opportunity to get in front of the SD Forum Cloud Services SIG.  I talked about Membase and how it fits in to cloud services and cloud platforms from an integration standpoint.  Slides are posted on slideshare.

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October 28, 2010

How to Test Everything

[This post also appears on Dustin's github blog].

I recently had a Membase user point out a sequence of operations that led to an undesirable state. I’ve got a lot of really good engine tests I’ve written, but not this case:

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