Category: Couchbase Architecture

NoSQL DBaaS benchmarks: which cloud comes out on top?

NoSQL DBaaS benchmarks: which cloud comes out on top?

The COVID-19 pandemic has substantially increased the pace of digitization, and for many organizations, data demands have never been higher. As enterprises accelerate their digital transformation journeys, the need to quickly and efficiently scale their database infrastructure to meet increased...

Rick Jacobs April 26, 2022
Combine Clusters to Achieve High Availability

Combine Clusters to Achieve High Availability

Whether on-premises or on the public cloud, Couchbase customers have a distinct set of needs: ACID transactions, high durable writes, high availability and high performance. Couchbase’s architecture helps meet these needs while also reducing pain for DevOps and DBAs (perhaps...

Energy at the Edge: How the Right Database Can Lower Our Gas Prices

Energy at the Edge: How the Right Database Can Lower Our Gas Prices

What can a database do to help an oil and gas company lower rising prices at the pump? It turns out, a lot! In this post, I explore some data-related factors of rapidly increasing energy costs and how Couchbase can...

Migrating Buckets to Collections & Scopes via Eventing: Part 2

Migrating Buckets to Collections & Scopes via Eventing: Part 2

Migrating Buckets to Collections & Scopes via Eventing: Part 2 Again (as I did in Part 1) I want to point out an excellent blog written by Shivani Gupta, How to Migrate to Scopes & Collections in Couchbase 7.0, which...

Migrating Buckets to Collections & Scopes via Eventing: Part 1

Migrating Buckets to Collections & Scopes via Eventing: Part 1

Migrating Buckets to Collections & Scopes via Eventing: Part 1 First I want to point out an excellent blog written by Shivani Gupta, How to Migrate to Scopes & Collections in Couchbase 7.0, which covers in great detail other methods...

Support for Concurrent Index Creation in Indexing Service

Support for Concurrent Index Creation in Indexing Service

Modern applications are implemented as a set of a large number of microservices. Each such microservice may run independently of many other microservices. Such applications expect underlying databases to support multi-tenancy. Couchbase Server 7.0 has introduced Scopes and Collections to...

Amit Kulkarni December 14, 2021
How to Denormalize Imported Documents from RDBMS Tables Using N1QL

How to Denormalize Imported Documents from RDBMS Tables Using N1QL

Data migration is full of challenges. While migrating from a relational database (RDBMS) like SQL Server or Oracle, your main challenge comes at the time of denormalizing migrated documents as per the target data models. With the introduction of scopes...

Gurmeet Singh December 1, 2021
Functional and Integration testing (FIT) Framework

Functional and Integration testing (FIT) Framework

This blog describes the design and development of the test framework i.e FIT framework for Couchbase transactions in a distributed environment. We’ll start out by introducing you to high-level architectural insight, then we’ll walk you through the development of the...

Praneeth Bokka November 2, 2021
Announcing Couchbase Capella: a Database-as-a-Service for Building Modern Applications

Announcing Couchbase Capella: a Database-as-a-Service for Building Modern Applications

I’m excited to announce the release of Couchbase CapellaTM, a database-as-a-service that makes it faster, easier, and more affordable for developers and teams to build enterprise applications. Over the past decade, there’s been a strong movement of shifting technologies to...

Scott Anderson October 19, 2021
So Long, Manual Backup & Restore: Introducing the Couchbase Backup Service

So Long, Manual Backup & Restore: Introducing the Couchbase Backup Service

Good news, DevOps: manual backups are now a thing of the past. The new Couchbase Backup Service automates once-manual backup and restore tasks to give DevOps and Operations teams time to focus on more important and engaging work while keeping...

Introducing Ottoman v2.0: An ODM for Node.js & Couchbase

Introducing Ottoman v2.0: An ODM for Node.js & Couchbase

On behalf of the Couchbase team, I’m absolutely thrilled to announce the General Availability of Ottoman 2.0. Ottoman is an Object Document Mapper (ODM) library for Couchbase and Node.js that maps JSON documents stored in Couchbase to native JavaScript objects....

Arun Vijayraghavan September 30, 2021
What Is a Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS)? And Why Is It Important?

What Is a Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS)? And Why Is It Important?

Two decades on, the global shift to the cloud only continues to accelerate. As part of their larger digital transformation strategy, leading enterprises are investing in modern applications that are easy to use, evolve rapidly and deliver a highly customized...