Results for: mongodb

Infrastructure as code: Couchbase distributed cluster best practices – Part 1 introduction and theory  

Infrastructure as code: Couchbase distributed cluster best practices – Part 1 introduction and theory  

Arkadiusz Borucki works as a Site Reliability Engineer at Amadeus, focused on NoSQL databases and automation. In his day-to-day work, he uses Couchbase, MongoDB, Oracle, Python, and Ansible. He’s a self-proclaimed big data enthusiast, interested in data store technologies, distributed systems, analytics,...

Get to know our Couchbase Community Meet –Ratnopam Chakrabarti

Get to know our Couchbase Community Meet –Ratnopam Chakrabarti

Ratnopam Chakrabarti hails from Plano, Texas and is an AWS Certified Solution Architect at Ericsson. He has been actively involved in contributing to our our Community writing program sharing off his expertise on Couchbas

Couchbase Meetup Project on the OCEAN Stack Available

Couchbase Meetup Project on the OCEAN Stack Available

I was recently at two different Meetup groups in Southern California presenting on what I’m calling, the OCEAN stack, which is composed of Ottoman.js, Couchbase Server, Express Framework, Angular, and Node.js. We had a great turnout of developers hungry to...

SQL to JSON Data Modeling with Hackolade

SQL to JSON Data Modeling with Hackolade

SQL to JSON data modeling is something I touched on in the first part of my “Moving from SQL Server to Couchbase” series. Since that blog post, some new tooling has come to my attention from Hackolade, which has recently...

April 13, 2017
Document-Oriented Database and N1QL

Document-Oriented Database and N1QL

Michael  K. Aboagye works as an application security engineer and web pentester with good knowledge in Linux, Git, PHP, Java, RDMS and Nosql database development. He likes to dabble in devops also. Document-Oriented Database and N1QL For this article, I will share...

TNDP Episode #16: The MEAN Stack for Application Development

TNDP Episode #16: The MEAN Stack for Application Development

I am pleased to announce that the latest episode of The NoSQL Database Podcast titled, The Mean Stack for Application Development, has been published to all the popular podcasting networks.  In this episode I have special guest Jonathan Casarrubias from...

NoSQL Simplifies Database DevOps

NoSQL Simplifies Database DevOps

Does your organization want to simplify Database DevOps? Is your database becoming a bottleneck to innovate rapidly? Do you want to save millions of $$ in database licensing cost? Read on! State of Database DevOps State of Database DevOps is a survey...

Couchbase and the Document-Oriented NoSQL Database

Couchbase and the Document-Oriented NoSQL Database

As a developer advocate at Couchbase, I often travel around and meet people who either have no idea what NoSQL is, or more importantly what Couchbase is. For the people who are already familiar with NoSQL, Couchbase often gets compared...

Transferring Data From Cassandra to Couchbase Using Spark

Transferring Data From Cassandra to Couchbase Using Spark

Shivansh Srivastava is a polyglot developer and a Scala ,Spark aficionado He likes to contribute to Open Source projects, and has contributed to many projects like, Apache Iota, Apache Spark, Apache Carbondata, Couchbase-Spark-Connector, Akka, Alpakka and many other projects. He has...

Ingesting JSON Data Into Couchbase NoSQL Database Using Streamsets

Ingesting JSON Data Into Couchbase NoSQL Database Using Streamsets

This week our Community Writing blog post comes from Nick Cadenhead Nick originally trained as a software engineer, he has spent the past 15 years using his technical expertise to provide specialist consulting services on key accounts. Currently Senior Consultant...

Couchbase Customer Advisory Note – Security

Couchbase Customer Advisory Note – Security

In light of the recent widespread news about security vulnerabilities in MongoDB and Elasticsearch, we want to proactively remind our customers of Security Best Practices for Couchbase. At this time there have been no known ransomware attacks on Couchbase, and...

A convenient workload generator for Couchbase in OpenShift

A convenient workload generator for Couchbase in OpenShift

Our first Guest Post from the Community Writing Program comes from Nicolas Motte. Nico is a full-stack engineer in the South of France. He released several native and hybrid mobile applications to iTunes and Google Play and started his own company in 2015. Today...