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Capella’s New Developer Experience Is Here

Capella’s New Developer Experience Is Here

What’s changed and what’s stayed the same? On October 31 we announced that a new developer-focused experience for Couchbase Capella™ would be coming soon. It is now generally available and developers can start benefiting from an experience that makes it...

The Top 8 Languages for Backend Development

The Top 8 Languages for Backend Development

Computer programming is becoming an increasingly necessary and popular skill. Many high school and college graduates are exposed to programming even if they are not in a computer science field. This rise in exposure has led to new programmer archetypes...

November 28, 2022
Why Cloud Lock In is Getting Worse

Why Cloud Lock In is Getting Worse

Almost everything we do, both online and offline, is powered by the cloud. Whether it’s buying groceries at your local supermarket, streaming your favorite TV show or opening an email – you are using the cloud. The computation power, storage...

Why You Need a Mobile Database

Why You Need a Mobile Database

Mobile app usage is increasing worldwide, not only in user volume, but in daily time spent on apps. TechCrunch recently reported that mobile users now spend between four and five hours – roughly ⅓ of waking hours – on smartphone...

How to Model Data: A Guide To JSON Data Modeling

How to Model Data: A Guide To JSON Data Modeling

When beginning to learn about document databases, it’s nice to have a grasp of JSON data modeling basics. This will help you navigate the space and topics easier having an expanded vocabulary on the subject. Experience with a traditional relational...

November 18, 2022
Physical Storage Layer Options for Couchbase as a Persistent System of records

Physical Storage Layer Options for Couchbase as a Persistent System of records

In a previous blog, I talked about various storage strategies that need to be considered when choosing the correct storage to meet your business requirements. This becomes more salient as datasets continue to grow and consistent performance is mandated by...

VPC Peering with Capella and GCP – A Walkthrough

The Google Cloud Platform is the latest cloud service provider to onboard itself into Couchbase Server’s Fully Managed offering, Capella. As with any Cloud provider, it produces new opportunities for many of our customers to embark on the ‘hands free’...

Couchbase at AWS re:Invent 2022

Couchbase at AWS re:Invent 2022

Wondering where you can see Couchbase in action this year at AWS re:Invent? Well, hopefully everywhere you turn, you should see the big red couch! This year as a Gold Sponsor, Couchbase has a large booth – #2445 – in...

November 14, 2022
Developer Velocity on the Stack Overflow Podcast

Developer Velocity on the Stack Overflow Podcast

I was fortunate to be a guest on the Stack Overflow podcast recently. The topic was “Developer Velocity”, which was something that my fellow guest (and long-time developer community compatriot) Cory House wanted to discuss. What is Developer Velocity? In...

November 11, 2022
Advanced Geospatial Support added to Search Service

Advanced Geospatial Support added to Search Service

The Couchbase Search service is introducing higher dimensional geospatial indexing and querying capabilities with the Couchbase Server release 7.1.2. Until this new feature, the Search service was limited to indexing single dimensional geopoint/location fields. Queries were limited to bounding queries...

November 9, 2022
Why Choose a NoSQL Database? There Are Many Great Reasons

Why Choose a NoSQL Database? There Are Many Great Reasons

NoSQL, short for “Not only SQL,” is a term used for database systems that store information in a variety of formats to support requirements that traditional relational (or SQL) databases have difficulties addressing. Legacy relational systems were designed to minimize...

From N1QL to JavaScript and Back – Part 7: Hierarchical JavaScript Storage

From N1QL to JavaScript and Back – Part 7: Hierarchical JavaScript Storage

In previous blogs, we covered executing N1QL (SQL++) from JavaScript functions, processing documents through iterators, manipulating data, handling errors, prepared statements and other advanced topics. The final topic to cover is a newly added feature to 7.1 that enables JavaScript library storage options....

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