Tag: Couchbase Server

Couchbase Server 3.1.0 Enterprise Edition – now available!

We’re happy to announce the release of Couchbase Server 3.1.0 Enterprise Edition. As many of you know, version 3.0 revamped the architecture to deliver new database capabilities and major enhancements in many other areas. Version 3.1.0 is the first minor release of...

Easily Develop Node.js and Couchbase Apps with Ottoman

I recently read the article on Scotch.io regarding using Mongoose and MongoDB. I thought to myself, hey, Couchbase can do the same thing if you use Ottoman instead of Mongoose. This article is going to walk through the same comparisons...

Data Modelling in Document Databases for the Relational DBMS-minded

Data modeling for relational databases uses entity relationship diagrams, normalization and more…. Techniques which have evolved to perfection over the years. However data naturally does not exist in this full normalized form in real world applications. Document databases like Couchbase...

Couchbase as a Service: Joyent Triton

When I’m at events and conferences I’m always asked how much does Couchbase charge for hosting. The simple answer is that Couchbase is a software company and not a hosting company, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t host Couchbase...

Couchbase at ConnectJS 2015

Couchbase will be at ConnectJS hosted in Atlanta, Georgia, at the Cobb Galleria Centre on October 16 through October 17.  If you're unfamiliar with the event, this is a low-cost community developer conference that focuses on modern web technologies like AngularJS, ReactJS, and Node.js.  Of...

YOU Technology and iOS/swift at Couchbase SF Jan 2015 Meetup

Here at our home turf in San Francisco, we're all rested from the holidays and jumping into a new year.  We're starting off with our January meetup on Wednesday the 14th looking at a production deployment and a bit of the...

Introducing the Couchbase PHP Library 1.0

A New World We are releasing Couchbase Server 1.8 today and with it a complete rewrite of our PHP SDK. This is all good news: We beefed up the internals significantly while keeping the API compatible with previous releases. Yay!...

December 16, 2014

How to Move from MySQL to Couchbase Server 2.0: Part 2

In my last piece, we looked at the basic mechanics of MySQL and Couchbase Server 2.0, and compared the ways in which you would model the data, and how the basic queries and lists of records operate, from the MySQL...

December 16, 2014

How Many Nodes? Part 4: Monitoring for Sizing

Welcome back everyone, this will be the last post in this series around sizing.  In the previous posts I provided an overview of the considerations when sizing a Couchbase Server cluster, a deeper look at how various features/versions affect this...

December 16, 2014

How Many Nodes? Part 3: Hardware considerations

The first two parts of this series covered an overview of the 5 factors of sizing a Couchbase Server cluster, and a more in depth look at various use cases and features and the effects they have on sizing.  The...

December 16, 2014

How Many Nodes? Part 2: Sizing a Couchbase Server 2.0 cluster

In the first part of this series, I gave an overview of the 5 factors that determine the sizing of your Couchbase cluster: RAM, disk (IO and size), CPU, network and data distribution.  In this second part, I want to...

December 16, 2014

How Many Nodes? Part 1: An introduction to sizing a Couchbase Server 2.0 cluster

The first part of this series gives an overview of the considerations that should be taken into account when sizing a Couchbase Server 2.0 cluster for production.  The second part takes a deeper look at specific use cases and scenarios.  The...

December 16, 2014