Category: Couchbase Server

Getting Multiple Documents by Key in a Single Operation with Node.js

There are many different ways to query for data in Couchbase Server. You can do direct lookups for documents based on their key, you can query views, or you can even write N1QL queries. When it comes to obtaining data,...

Share Your Couchbase Story for Cool Swag

We love to hear how people are using Couchbase, whether it be as part of their business, for a hobby project, or even as a school project. There are so many development stacks or use cases when it comes to...

How to use #Couchbase Query Workbench

This video shows the new Query Workbench in Couchbase Server 4.5. For more information, check out my blog post from July about Query Workbench. If you’d like to learn more about how to use Couchbase, please visit our Couchbase Developer...

August 1, 2016

.NET and Couchbase – July 2016, Findlay Ohio (video)

I was a guest speaker at the FANUG (Findlay Area .NET User Group) on July 26, 2016. My topic was Full Stack Development with .NET and NoSQL. The group and venue kindly allowed me to record the session, and so...

July 29, 2016

Using the Sub-Document API to get (only) what you want

In Matthew’s blog the Sub-Document (subdoc) API feature is introduced with a short overview: In summary, subdoc allows efficient access to parts of documents (sub-documents) without requiring the transfer of the entire document over the network. Throughout this blog, we’ll...

Node.js and Couchbase – July 2016, Columbus Ohio (video)

I was a guest speaker at the CBusJS Columbus JavaScript User Group on July 20, 2016. My topic was Full Stack Development with Node.js and NoSQL. The group and venue was kind enough to let me record the session. I’ve...

July 27, 2016

NDP Episode #7: Service Deployment with Juju Charms

I am pleased to announce that the seventh episode of the NoSQL Database Podcast has been published to all major podcasting outlets.  In the latest episode titled, Service Deployment with Juju Charms, I’m joined by Canonical’s, Michael Hall, and Juju Charm...

Summer Project 2016 update: The Couchcase Begins

Last time, I blogged about the concept of my summer project: the suitcase cluster for demonstrating Couchbase Server. I have good news: the project is underway! In this blog post, I’m going to show you how I started preparing the...

July 22, 2016

Using Full Text Search (FTS) with Couchbase in a GoLang Application

I recently wrote about using Full Text Search (FTS) in a Node.js application that makes use of Couchbase Server 4.5 and higher. As you may know, FTS is available as Developer Preview starting in Couchbase Server 4.5. This is huge...

Couchbase Server 4.1.0 CE is now available!

We at Couchbase are committed to the continued growth of our Couchbase community and we believe that our community edition is a good way for developers in the community to get to know Couchbase. Today, we glad to announce that...

YCSB Benchmark – Couchbase + Tegile/Cisco UCS

Today, we are happy to a new YCSB performance results with Couchabse Server 4.5 running on Tegile storage arrays. This benchmark shows the combined benefits of linear scalability of Couchbase Server as well as powerful storage subsystem provided by Tegile. ...

N1QL Scan Consistency including new AtPlus (Video)

This video shows the ScanConsistency options when executing N1QL queries, and covers all the ScanConsistency options, including the new AtPlus. The source code used in this video is available on Github. If you’d like to learn more about how to...

July 18, 2016