Tag: couchbase

JBoss EAP 7 and NoSQL using Java EE and Docker

JBoss EAP 7 Beta is now released, many congratulations to Red Hat and particularly to the WildFly team! There are plenty of improvements coming in this release as documented in Release Notes. One of the major themes is Java EE 7 compliance. JBoss EAP...

Concurrency Behavior: MongoDB vs. Couchbase

Multi-User Testing   David Glasser of Meteor wrote a blog on an MongoDB query missing matching documents issue he ran into.  It is straightforward to reproduce the issue on both MongoDB MMAPv1 and MongoDB WiredTiger engine. Here are his conclusions...

November 30, 2016

Making most of your Arrays.. with Covering Array Indexes and more..

Hurrah!! We just released Couchbase Server 4.5 which brings a bag full of wonderful features and enhancements. My earlier post Making the most of your arrays… with Array Indexing introduced the Array Indexing functionality. This blog post includes covering array indexes,...

Partner Blog: Couchbase 4.5 – Native BI Support

Earlier this week, Couchbase launched the latest version of its flagship NoSQL database, 4.5, with powerful additions to N1QL, faster queries and indexing, role based security and a range of other features. At Cloud9 Charts, we are pleased to add...

July 1, 2016

Getting Started with Node.js and Couchbase

In this video tutorial you can see how to build a very simple Node.js with Express Framework application that uses Couchbase Server as the NoSQL database. For more information on how to use Couchbase with Node.js, visit the Couchbase Developer...

PHP SDK 2.2.0 Beta3: Examples with Sub-Document and Index Management

In support of the upcoming Couchbase Server 4.5 release and some innovation in the PHP community with PHP 7, we are enhancing our PHP SDK. Today I’d like to announce the third Beta, which brings a couple of new fetures along...

The Couchbase Sub-Document API for Go

The Sub-Document API – go You’ve probably heard about the sub-document (subdoc) API available in couchbase 4.5. Mark Nunberg, one of the architects of the new API, has a great blog on the motivation and impetus behind extending the Memcached (key-value)...

May 6, 2016

Couchbase Mobile in a Cross Platform Telerik NativeScript App

From a personal level, I’m a huge fan of Telerik NativeScript. It is a cross platform development framework for building native Android and iOS applications using a single codeset, that code set being JavaScript. I had to put emphasis on...

Prepared Statements – by the Numbers!

Always be Prepared…. In our last discussion on prepared statements in couchbase we talked about the performance gains that are possible using prepared statements. I thought I’d post a “sequel” with a few real world examples and numbers using the...

February 4, 2016

N1QL – Typed and Untyped JSON Schemas in GO

N1QL + Go + JSON Marshaling Developed by Couchbase for use with Couchbase Server, N1QL provides a common query language and JSON-based data model for distributed document-oriented databases. N1QL is a powerful and expressive query language. Among the numerous benefits...

February 4, 2016

Prepare for This!

Get Prepared…. One of the more impressive aspects of using N1QL is the ability to use prepared statements. What are prepared statements? Why use them? What’s the big deal? Consider the following example from the travel-sample bucket and dataset that are bundled...

February 4, 2016

Getting Started with Tableau and Couchbase

Getting Started with Couchbase and Tableau With the release of Couchbase 4.0, business intelligence users now have access to document data stored in Couchbase via N1QL and ODBC/JDBC drivers from SIMBA. This is a quick start guide on how to integrate a...

December 17, 2015