Category: Couchbase Server

Communicating with Couchbase via a Dockerfile Script and Docker

I’ve been working on a project with my team that involves creating a selection of microservices. These microservices populate a Couchbase Server bucket with data on an interval of our choosing and operate via an AWS EC2 server. The problem...

Couchbase Server 4.5 DP hangout

Join Couchbase Developer Advocates Matthew Revell and Laurent Doguin for this hangout where we’ll dive into what’s new in the Couchbase Server 4.5 Developer Preview! We’ll discuss all of what’s new in the 4.5 developer preview. We’ll also be be joined by Couchbase...

Load Nested Models With Ottoman When A Parent Model Is Found In Node.js

Previously I wrote about easily developing Node.js and Couchbase apps using Ottoman for ODM. That post was just a taste of what Ottoman can do and how you can compare it to the things Mongoose can do with MongoDB. This...

Full Text Search in Couchbase 4.5 Developer Preview

One of my favorite new features being previewed in Couchbase Server 4.5 is Full Text Search, or FTS. Last year it was released as a standalone Developer Preview, and now you can try a new Developer Preview that’s fully integrated with Couchbase 4.5. Cécile...

Preview of Full Text Search in Couchbase using the Java SDK

In this blog post, we’ll have a look at the preview API for full text search in Couchbase 4.5. Please note that this API, released in the latest Java SDK  (2.2.4), is still @Experimental. We’ll cover: Full Text Search in...

Introducing Couchbase Server 4.5 Developer Preview

Today, we’re very excited to pull back the curtain and announce Couchbase Server 4.5 Developer Preview (DP).  This release is an early developer milestone that comes with many exciting features for more efficient querying, advanced data access, powerful indexing and...

NDP Episode #2: NoSQL and Where It’s Used

I am pleased to announce the second NoSQL Database Podcast episode hosted by Couchbase. The episode is titled NoSQL and Where It’s Used and focuses on a particular use case for NoSQL. In the episode I am joined by Brett...

Moving data from Oracle to Couchbase

One request I found frequently in customers is about moving data between Oracle and Couchbase. Oracle is a widely deployed relational database, and customers moving to Couchbase have this starting point challenge. How do we load my Couchbase database from...

Moving from Oracle to Couchbase

Oracle was the first database I developed with, so I know that thinking about switching to something like NoSQL and leaving behind the relational model can seem like a scary thing. The thing is, it really wasn’t scary when I...

Couchbase with Azure ARM Templates

This blog post describes how to set up your own Couchbase Cluster using Azure Resource Manager templates, aka ARM templates. Prerequisites: If you would like to try this you will need a few things: Azure Subscription, sign-up here for a...

Create an AngularJS Web Application that Sync’s with Couchbase using PouchDB

Not too long ago I created a tutorial demonstrating how to sync between a web application and Couchbase Server using nothing more than client facing technologies like AngularJS, HTML, and CSS.  This was all made possible with the JavaScript library...

Couchbase and Apache CouchDB compared

Despite similar names, Couchbase Server and Apache CouchDB are quite different systems.             Here’s a quick overview of how they differ and what they have in common. We're comparing Couchbase 4.1 and Apache CouchDB 1.6...