Category: Couchbase Server

Couchbase with Windows and .NET – Part 1 – Setup

Couchbase with Windows and .NET – Part 1 – Setup

In this blog post series, I’m going to show the very basics of interacting with Couchbase for .NET developers. I’ll start with the basics, and build towards a “vertical” slice of a complete ASP.NET MVC app. Let’s start with the...

Matthew Groves May 4, 2016
Getting Leaner with SubDocument and the Java SDK

Getting Leaner with SubDocument and the Java SDK

In this blog post we’ll introduce an exciting new feature of the upcoming Couchbase Server version 4.5 (codename Watson), now in Beta. We are talking about the Sub-Document API (shortened to subdoc). What Is It About? The Client API Lookup...

Introducing Couchbase Server 4.5 Beta

Introducing Couchbase Server 4.5 Beta

This release comes with many exciting features that make it even easier for developers to build amazing apps on Couchbase while simplifying the transition from relational to NoSQL technology. We have also significantly extended the performance of Couchbase – with...

Hello, Couchbase, it’s me, Matthew Groves!

Hello, Couchbase, it’s me, Matthew Groves!

I just started as a Developer Advocate at Couchbase, so let me tell you a little about myself. I’ve been coding since the early 2000s, mainly as a web developer. I live in Grove City, Ohio, which is a suburb...

Matthew Groves April 26, 2016
Simple and Automated Couchbase Cluster Deployment on Azure

Simple and Automated Couchbase Cluster Deployment on Azure

Building demos, experimenting with prototypes, daily builds, bug verifications, whitebox, blackbox, fuzz, performance, scale and stress testing… I create and destroy quite a few Couchbase Server clusters every day. My go-to cloud these days is Azure, for these experimentations. For...

Couchbase @ DevoxxFR 2016

Couchbase @ DevoxxFR 2016

tl;dr Couchbase is sponsoring DevoxxFR. Pay us a visit if you're around!   As a Devoxx champion I am really happy to tell you Couchbase is sponsoring DevoxxFR 2016! Join us at our booth to talk about all things Couchbase....

Use Couchbase and RxJava to Make Java Read CSV files

Use Couchbase and RxJava to Make Java Read CSV files

RxJava is an awesome tool for reactive programming that’s also useful as a Java CSV reader. In case you’ve never used or even heard of RxJava, it is a a way of programming with asynchronous data streams. It is also...

Moving from MySQL to Couchbase

Moving from MySQL to Couchbase

I think it is safe to assume that every developer or system administrator has touched MySQL at some point in time. It was often the rite of passage for any new developer a few years ago when langauges like PHP...

Couchbase Support With Tesora Database as a Service Platform on OpenStack Trove

Couchbase Support With Tesora Database as a Service Platform on OpenStack Trove

This is a guest blog by Amrith Kumar.  Amrith is co-founder of Tesora, and the Project Technical Lead (PTL) for the OpenStack Trove project. Amrith brings more than two decades of experience delivering industry-leading products for companies specializing in enterprise...

The Couchbase Team April 10, 2016
Using JRebel for Rapid Re-Deployment in a Couchbase Java SDK Project

Using JRebel for Rapid Re-Deployment in a Couchbase Java SDK Project

It is no secret that Java projects take a long time to build. This long build time is variable depending on how many classes your project has among other things. Let's say you're a developer that likes to frequently check...

NDP Episode #3: Switching from a Relational Database to NoSQL

NDP Episode #3: Switching from a Relational Database to NoSQL

I am pleased to announce that the third episode of The NoSQL Database Podcast sponsored by Couchbase, has now been published. The episode is titled Switching from a Relational Database to NoSQL and focuses on a particular users story pertaining...

Load CSV Data into Couchbase using Apache Spark

Load CSV Data into Couchbase using Apache Spark

I’ve been spending a lot of time working with Big Data tools lately, in particular Apache Spark. In case you’re unfamiliar, Apache Spark is an incredibly efficient tool for processing massive amounts of data. It performs significantly better than MapReduce,...