Category: Couchbase Server

Securing Couchbase Server using Let’s Encrypt x.509 Certificates

Summary Securing data and access to data for application data is an important step in securing your environment for client applications and database protection in any sized environment. One of the simplest methods to secure data is the access path...

Introducing New Advanced Features to the Couchbase Shell – CBQ

There are a ton of new features that have been introduced in newly available Couchbase Server 4.5. Query Workbench, sub-document APIs, and full text search are only some of the great additions to an already great NoSQL database. For this...

Couchbase Server 4.5’s new Sub-Document API

Introduction Couchbase Server 4.5 has just been released, so let’s try it out! A complete overview of all the great new features can be found here. This article will highlight the new Sub-Document API feature. What’s a sub-document? The following document...

Couchbase Server 4.5 Memory Optimized Indexes

Introduction Couchbase Server 4.5 has just been released. A complete overview be found here. Let’s explore the new Memory Optimized Indexes. To understand these enhanced indexes let’s first review the Global Secondary Index (GSI) that was introduced as part of...

New to Couchbase 4.5: AtPlus

What I’m learning about Couchbase is that while it aims to provide sensible defaults, it also provides options to make trade-offs. The trade-off I’m going to focus on in this blog post is Scan Consistency for N1QL queries. Couchbase 4.5...

June 21, 2016

Query Workbench – New to Couchbase 4.5

The Query Workbench is an indispensable tool for developers who are working with Couchbase Server, especially those working with N1QL. Sure the cbq command line tool is helpful, but the Query Workbench has a nice UI and also shows off...

June 17, 2016

Couchbase on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace (Video)

UPDATE: Many improvements have been made to the Couchbase Server offering on the Azure Marketplace since this video was made. Please check out Azure: Getting Started is Easy and Free for a more up to date resource. This video will...

June 15, 2016

CData’s Drivers Provide SQL Access to Your Couchbase Data

Standards-Based Access to Couchbase Data So you’ve chosen Couchbase to house your data and now you’d like to be able to access that data however and wherever you’d like. If you’re building your own web, desktop, or mobile application, you...

Getting Started with Couchbase Server on Mac OS

In this video, learn how to get Couchbase Server installed and configured on a Mac computer in less than five minutes.  See everything from where to download the latest version of Couchbase, how to install it, and then how to start a...

Couchbase on ASP.NET MVC (Video)

This video will walk you through the basics of using Couchbase in your ASP.NET MVC application. You will need to have Couchbase Server already installed to follow along. I’ve already created a video to show you how to install Couchbase...

June 13, 2016

Getting Started with Node.js and Couchbase

In this video tutorial you can see how to build a very simple Node.js with Express Framework application that uses Couchbase Server as the NoSQL database. For more information on how to use Couchbase with Node.js, visit the Couchbase Developer...

Announcing the new Couchbase Spark Connector

Announcing the New Couchbase Spark Connector Couchbase Spark Connector 1.2.0 is now available. It includes significant new features and enhancements, as well as support for Apache Spark 1.6. On behalf of our outstanding product development team, I’m very pleased to...