Tag: Couchase Server

The life of a Full Text Search query

This technical article showcases the life of a Full Text Search query through a distributed Couchbase system as it originates from a client to until a response is received. Before diving into the server world, a little about the client...

New in Couchbase 6.6: Import Docs Using Web Admin Console

New in Couchbase 6.6: Import Docs Using Web Admin Console

Couchbase 6.6 comes with a much needed feature, Import documents using the Couchbase Admin Web Console. This provides an easy way to quickly import small datasets in a variety of formats to compliment cbimport which is a more comprehensive command-line...

August 12, 2020
Best Practices for Operating Couchbase Server as Non-Root

Best Practices for Operating Couchbase Server as Non-Root

With Couchbase Server 6.5.1. we now standardize the non-root install and upgrade for rpm packages. This will now allow you to easily install, upgrade and maintain Couchbase Server as non-root.  The purpose of this blog is not to replace our...

April 30, 2020
Couchbase beats MongoDB™ with greater flexibility and stronger availability for geo-distributed applications

Couchbase beats MongoDB™ with greater flexibility and stronger availability for geo-distributed applications

Today’s businesses compete in a digital economy where downtime can be deadly. But keeping data highly available is never as simple as backing up one database to be an up-to-the-second copy of another. Instead, modern databases have to function in...

Couchbase Server 4.6 Supports Windows 10 Anniversary Update

Couchbase Server 4.6 Supports Windows 10 Anniversary Update

Back in August 2016, when the Windows 10 Anniversary Update was rolling out, I blogged that Couchbase Server was not working correctly on it. That is no longer true! Short version: Couchbase Server 4.6 now supports Windows 10 Anniversary Update....

February 16, 2017

Continuous Deployment with Jenkins & .NET

This is the first blog post of two about Jenkins and Couchbase. This first post is a general introduction to Continuous Deployment: you’re going to learn to use Jenkins to deploy a .NET application automatically. The second blog post will...