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NoSQL Document Database Replication – MongoDB vs. Couchbase

NoSQL Document Database Replication – MongoDB vs. Couchbase

Replication has been a crucial part of Database Systems for decades for providing availability and disaster recovery. In recent times, with the evolution of distributed databases to address the need for highly available, scalable and globally distributed deployments operating across...

Inter-Kubernetes Networking via VPC Peering

Inter-Kubernetes Networking via VPC Peering

1. Introduction It is often desirable by enterprise customers to have standby database cluster/s for data locality and high performance, disaster recovery and/or for mere data backups. Couchbase Cross Data Center Replication (XDCR) requires no introduction as customers have been...

Announcing Couchbase Autonomous Operator 2.0 Beta

Announcing Couchbase Autonomous Operator 2.0 Beta

Introducing Couchbase Autonomous Operator 2.0 Beta Today, we are delighted to announce the latest preview of the Couchbase Autonomous Operator (CAO) 2.0 beta. This release is a significant update to the Couchbase Autonomous Operator. This release introduces several new enterprise-grade...

Index Advisor Service for Couchbase N1QL(Feb refresh)

Index Advisor Service for Couchbase N1QL(Feb refresh)

This is our Feb drop for Index Advisor service after fixing some of the bugs that were found. We plan to keep improvising the Index Advisor service(What is it?). The fixes in Index Advisor that you would normally see in...

Kamini Jagtiani February 12, 2020
Couchbase Backup / Restore in K8s Environment

Couchbase Backup / Restore in K8s Environment

1. Introduction Periodic backup of data is an important part of any production database deployment, which helps ensure data recovery in the event of a disaster and it also minimizes data inconsistency when a restore is required. Couchbase provides cbbackupmgr...

Announcing Couchbase Server 6.5 GA – What’s New and Improved

Announcing Couchbase Server 6.5 GA – What’s New and Improved

We are pleased to announce the release of Couchbase Server 6.5 GA with stellar features that lead the innovation in the NoSQL database market. We are excited to once again pioneer some of the most sought-after relational capabilities in the...

Announcing Couchbase Now Available on Oracle Cloud

Announcing Couchbase Now Available on Oracle Cloud

Any cloud, any workload, any location I am thrilled to be able to announce Couchbase as a launch partner with Oracle for their Paid Listing and their Stack launch in the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Marketplace. Running Couchbase on OCI...

Matt McDonough September 16, 2019
Utilizing Couchbase Kafka Connector to Ingest Data

Utilizing Couchbase Kafka Connector to Ingest Data

The premise is very simple: in the world of disparate technologies where one does not works or integrates well together, Couchbase & Confluent Kafka are amazing products and are extremely complementary to each other. Couchbase is linearly scalable, distributed NoSQL...

Ram Dhakne September 13, 2019
Tutorial: Couchbase Autonomous Operator On Minikube

Tutorial: Couchbase Autonomous Operator On Minikube

This hands-on tutorial blog primarily covers details around setting up Couchbase Kubernetes Operator on a laptop/desktop running minikube. It features setting up custom TLS certs and persistent volumes. Along with checking how to scale up and down the cluster. Also...

Ram Dhakne September 4, 2019
Observing the Rising Tide of Developer Influence

Observing the Rising Tide of Developer Influence

International Data Corporation (IDC) announced the results of a really interesting research project recently, where it has surveyed 2,500 developers around the globe. The IDC team commenting on the report saying that: “Developers are increasingly regarded as visionaries and architects...

Self-healing Clusters using Kubernetes Persistent Volumes

Self-healing Clusters using Kubernetes Persistent Volumes

Prologue Modern business applications are expected to be up 24/7, even during the planned rollout of new features and periodic patching of the Operating System or application. Achieving this feat requires tools and technologies that ensure the speed of development,...

Exercising Control on Quality of Service Using XDCR

Exercising Control on Quality of Service Using XDCR

XDCR, by design, provides customers the flexibility to tune the number of replications for a given bucket depending on the desired performance. New replication requires streaming all existing documents in the bucket, and, therefore, it exhibits a higher mutation rate...