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Apr 30

N1QL: Ad-hoc Querying for NoSQL Applications

Apr 30, 2014

NoSQL allows you to break free from the flat and rigid relational data model by providing semantics for navigating, constructing, or comparing rich data. In this webinar, we present N1QL (pronounced “Nickel”), a next generation SQL-like query language for Couchbase that is currently in developer preview. We will walk you through the online tutorial of N1QL, and explain the different N1QL constructs used along the way.

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Recorded Webinars

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    Introducing Couchbase Server 2.5: Better Reliability and Security for Enterprises

    Curious to know what’s new in Couchbase Server 2.5? Couchbase Server is a NoSQL document database for interactive apps. The latest 2.5 Couchbase Server release is here and includes several exciting features in areas like reliability, security and connection management. With this release, enterprises can use rack zone awareness and secure cross datacenter for better reliability and security. In this webinar, you’ll also get to see a hands-on tour of the new features in Couchbase Server with a live demo.

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    Scale your Application Globally Using Couchbase and XDCR

    Couchbase has the ability to replicate your data across datacenters, offering a truly high-performance experience to a worldwide audience. Replication also provides resilience in the face of infrastructure failures.

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    Scaling ColdFusion (CFML) Applications with Couchbase NoSQL Server

    Ortus Solutions has developed plugins for ColdFusion applications and Couchbase. Join this webinar to see how Couchbase can bring both scalability, flexible data models and performance to your CFML applications.

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    Keeping your Data Safe in Couchbase Using Gazzang

    Data in Couchbase server may contain either sensitive, protected information or key intellectual property. Sensitive data comes in many forms - names, addresses, medical records, school transcripts, buying habits, credit card numbers, corporate intellectual property. Typically, this information is distributed throughout the cluster calling for the underlying data files to be protected. Gazzang for Couchbase offers a powerful, policy-driven solution that enables you to encrypt your data stored in Couchbase Server.

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    Using PhoneGap and Couchbase Lite to Create Data-Intensive Applications

    PhoneGap is an open-source framework that allows developers to create cross-platform mobile apps using standard web technologies: HTML, CSS, and Javascript. Couchbase Lite is a secure, ultra-lightweight NoSQL database built for the online/offline mobile world and the first native NoSQL database for mobile devices. In this webinar you'll see how you can use PhoneGap and Couchbase Lite together to create highly responsive, datacentric applications in HTML5 or JavaScript that are always-available regardless of network connectivity.

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    Developing with Couchbase Lite Android

    Learn how to develop with Couchbase Lite for Android in this technical lecture led by Traun Leyden, lead Couchbase Lite Android developer. The session will include a look into the Native API and a walkthrough of a demo app.

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    Developing with Couchbase Lite iOS

    Learn how to develop with Couchbase Lite for iOS in this technical lecture led by Jens Alfke, lead Couchbase Lite iOS developer. Walkthrough developing your first iOS application using Native APIs, and hear about what is to come for Couchbase Lite iOS.

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    Couchbase Lite Under the Hood

    In this webinar we'll take a deep dive into Couchbase Lite's architecture. We'll be starting with an overview of Couchbase Lite concepts, and how those concepts have been realized in Couchbase Lite and Couchbase Sync Gateway.

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    Couchbase for Mobile - Introduction to Couchbase Lite

    Couchbase Lite is the first and only NoSQL database for mobile devices. It's available for both iOS and Android and it allows for rapid development using native JSON data. Couchbase Lite is part of the mobile strategy of Couchbase called "JSON Anywhere", which includes two additional products: Couchbase Sync Gateway and Couchbase Cloud.

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    Getting Started with Couchbase App Development (Europe Session)

    Learn primary differences between RDBMS and NoSQL, covering basic and slightly more complex models. Using keys and documents for design patterns, and how to think differently about data.

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    Getting Started with Couchbase App Development (US Session)

    Learn primary differences between RDBMS and NoSQL, covering basic and slightly more complex models. Using keys and documents for design patterns, and how to think differently about data.

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    Making the Shift from Relational to NoSQL

    In this webinar you'll learn the differences between a distributed document-oriented and a relational database and the implications for application development when moving from RDBMS to NoSQL.

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    Using Cross Datacenter Replication for Disaster Recovery and Data Locality

    Couchbase has the ability to replicate your data across datacenters, offering a truly high-performance experience to a worldwide audience. Replication also provides resilience in the face of infrastructure failures.

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    What’s Disrupting the Database Status Quo (and What You Should Do About It)

    For many years, a handful of database providers have controlled nearly 80% of the market. However, there are a growing number of indicators that a shift may be underway, the most visible example being Oracle’s recently announced decline in quarterly license revenue. In this webinar, Bob Wiederhold, CEO of Couchbase, will offer insights into what’s driving the change in the database market, and highlight considerations for making database choices in light of this change.

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    How Companies Use Couchbase: Common Use Cases

    Couchbase Server serves an array of data-driven and performance-driven use cases such as social gaming, mobile apps, ad targeting, session store, and high availability caching. We will explore in-depth the most common use cases and share customer examples for each one.

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    Introduction to Couchbase Server

    Couchbase Server is a NoSQL document database that includes JSON support, indexing and querying capabilities, and cross datacenter replication. In addition, Couchbase Server offers consistent high performance, one-click scalability and zero-downtime maintenance.

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    Introduction à Couchbase Server 2.0

    Couchbase Server 2.0 est une base de donnée NoSQL orientée document, cela inclus le support de JSON, la capacité d’indexer et de requêter ces documents et également la réplication entre Data Center (XDCR). Couchbase Server 2.0 garantit également des accès à hautes performances et consistants, une gestion simple de la montée en charge « par simple click » , et une maintenance de votre cluster de base de données à chaud.

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    Einführung in Couchbase Server 2.0

    Couchbase Server 2.0 ist eine dokumentenorientierte NoSQL Datenbank. Features wie native JSON Unterstützung, umfangreiche Abfragemechanismen und die Möglichkeit zwischen mehreren Datacentern zu replizieren sind seit der neuen Version enthalten. Zusätzlich wurden alt bekannte Funktionen wie Performanz und einfache Skalierbarkeit weiter verbessert.

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    Moving from MySQL to Couchbase

    Many organizations are making the shift from relational databases to NoSQL. In this webinar we'll cover the important things you need to keep in mind in moving from MySQL to Couchbase for your application.

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    Using Elasticsearch and Couchbase Together to Build Large Scale Applications

    Couchbase Server 2.0 allows for full-text search integration. In this webinar we examine how you can integrate your Couchbase Server 2.0 cluster with an Elasticsearch Cluster to provide enhanced querying capabilities and build large scale applications.

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    Making Sense of NoSQL: Applying Non-Relational Databases to Business Needs

    The term "NoSQL" defines a wide range of database technologies that offer alternatives to the traditional RDBMS. NoSQL tools take innovative approaches to the unique problems of handling data in modern distributed and web-based systems. In this webinar you will learn how to choose the right database for your specific business needs.

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    Couchbase in Action - Real-World App Demo

    Learn more about real-world applications of Couchbase Server NoSQL document database.

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    Transitioning from RDBMS to NoSQL

    While the hype surrounding “NoSQL” (non-relational) database technology has become deafening, there is real substance beneath the often exaggerated claims. In this webinar you will learn: the main characteristics of document-oriented databases, the differences between a distributed document-oriented and relational database and implications for application development to ease the transition from RDBMS to NoSQL.

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    카우치베이스 2.0 and 텍스트 기반 검색 지원

    카우치베이스 2.0 는 텍스트 기반 검색을 효율적으로 지원하기 위한 환경을 제공합니다. 이번 온라인 세미나에서는 카우치베이스 2.0 클러스터를 어떻게 ElasticSearch 오 픈소스 클러스터와 통합을 해서 텍스트 기반 검색을 지원하는지에 대해서 다룰 예정입니다.

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    Couchbase 2.0 and Indexing/Querying

    Couchbase 2.0 has powerful indexing and querying capability. See inside your data using secondary indexes. Couchbase maintains the index and distributes your data and queries across the cluster.

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    Introducing Couchbase Server 2.0

    Couchbase Server 2.0 is here! Couchbase Server 2.0 is a document database that includes JSON support, indexing and querying capabilities, and cross datacenter replication. In addition, Couchbase Server 2.0 offers consistent high performance, one-click scalability and zero-downtime maintenance.

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    Navigating the NoSQL Landscape (Which freaking database should I use?)

    The terminology surrounding NoSQL and BigData are confusing to IT professionals trying to select the right storage for the right problem. Andrew Oliver of OS Integrators will explore the technical reasons you might select one of these NoSQL databases, the different types of databases available, their correct use and 'quintessential' use cases for them. Dipti Borkar of Couchbase will dive deeper into document databases and the features of Couchbase Server 2.0.

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    Developing with Couchbase: App Development with Indexes, Queries

    A review of Couchbase's map reduce engine and its powerful real-time analytics capabilities. We'll see live examples of leaderboards, time-series data, and querying object relationships. We'll also talk about performance considerations when using views.

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    Developing with Couchbase: App Development with Documents, their Schemas and Relationships

    You will see examples of JSON document schemas and learn how to model object relationships to best take advantage of Couchbase's low latency document access and map reduce query functionality. The session will include code snippets in popular development languages.

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    Developing with Couchbase: Getting Started with Couchbase App Development

    Learn primary differences between RDBMS and NoSQL, covering basic and slightly more complex models. Using keys and documents for design patterns, and how to think differently about data.

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    NoSQL for SQL Professionals

    With all of the buzz around Big Data and NoSQL (non-relational) database technology, what actually matters for today’s SQL professional? Join William McKnight and Dipti Borkar as they discuss big data and NoSQL in the context of the SQL world, and get to what’s truly important for data professionals today.

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    Using Couchbase Server to Solve Memcached Challenges

    Are you dealing with memcached problems like cold cache, heavy contention of RDBMS resources and lack of scale-out flexibility? Learn how A Main Hobbies and several other organizations have successfully replaced caching tiers with a Couchbase cluster.

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    NoSQL for DBAs: Migrating from RDBMS to a schema-less world

    Increasing numbers of developers are moving from relational to NoSQL technology for their interactive web applications, eager to take advantage of greater flexibility, scalability, and performance that NoSQL offers. But what does this mean for the DBA tasked with supporting them? And what, if any advantages, does NoSQL offer a DBA? This webinar will explore how DBAs can make the move from a RDBMS to NoSQL and the benefits that come along with it.

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    NoSQL for Developers: Migrating from RDBMS to a schema-less world

    Developers have grown comfortable with relational databases and programming with SQL. But there are new data challenges and application opportunities that may be better served with next-generation NoSQL databases. In this webinar youll learn about making the transition to NoSQL and discuss best practices for: developing with flexible schemas, managing concurrency in a world without transactions, querying a NoSQL database and rolling out index upgrades without impacting application availability.

    NoSQL for Developers: Migrating from RDBMS to a schema-less world
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    NoSQL for Architects: Migrating from RDBMS to a schema-less world

    NoSQL databases have emerged as a better match than relational systems for modern interactive applications, offering cost-effective data management at “Big Data” scale. But there are significant differences between structured and schema-less database technology. What should architects and technical managers know as they explore NoSQL solutions for their teams?

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    How to Prepare Your Social Game for Massive Growth

    If you are planning to build and launch a social game, being ready for growth is critical to your success. Join this webinar to learn: key considerations as you plan for growth of users and data, why NoSQL databases are a great fit for social games, and real world case studies, including a discussion of Draw Something's viral growth.

    How to Prepare Your Social Game for Massive Growth
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    Why Every NoSQL Deployment Should be Paired With Hadoop

    Frequently the terms NoSQL and Big Data are conflated – many view them as synonyms. It’s understandable – both technologies eschew the relational data model and spread data across clusters of servers, versus relational database technology which favors centralized computing. But the “problems” these technologies address are quite different. Hadoop, the Big Data poster child, is focused on data analysis – gleaning insights from large volumes of data. NoSQL databases are transactional systems – delivering high-performance, cost-effective data management for modern real-time web and mobile applications; this is the Big User problem. In this webinar, we will explore why every NoSQL deployment should be paired with a Big Data analytics solution.

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    Developing with PHP and Couchbase Server

    Couchbase has developed a PHP extension to work with Couchbase Server, meet ext/couchbase. It is based on our brand new, portable high-performance implementation of the binary memcached protocol: libmemcached. ext/couchbase implements most of ext/memcached's API so your code just keeps working with only minimal changes when you move from pure memcached to Couchbase.

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    Leveraging NoSQL in the Cloud

    Companies are increasingly taking advantage of using a virtualized or cloud infrastructures for their applications, especially those that require real-time data synchronization between mobile devices and the cloud. In this webinar you will learn about: cloud provisioning and definitions of terms related to data in the cloud, the unique data management challenges for cloud-based applications, how to create a highly available, cloud-friendly data layer that scales “out” (not up) and solutions that simplify the management of applications in the cloud.

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    Developing with Java and Couchbase Server

    NoSQL has garnered tremendous attention in recent years as the basis of architectures for building large linearly scalable systems. As a document oriented database, Couchbase Server presents the user with a simple approach to storing and retrieving data across a cluster.

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    Developing with .NET and Couchbase Server

    In this webcast John Zablocki, Developer Advocate at Couchbase, will introduce the .NET client library for Couchbase Server. Topics covered will include: Configuring the client, persisting and retrieving key/value data and querying views. Couchbase Server 2.0, currently in Developer Preview, is a distributed key/value store database offering rich querying by way of views created using map/reduce. Those versed with Memcached or CouchDB will find reuse in their skills as Couchbase Server incorporates the best features from these two platforms.

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    Why NoSQL? Understanding Data Management for Interactive Software Systems

    This webinar will provide you with the big picture on why NoSQL database technology makes sense for today’s interactive web and mobile applications. In this session you will learn: the architectural differences between relational and NoSQL technology, how to evaluate the NoSQL landscape, comparing different approaches (key-value, docment-oriented, columnar, graph, etc) and the pros and cons of each and why a NoSQL database may be the best fit for your requirements.

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