Tag: Data Modeling

Our 2022 Hot Topics and Innovations

Our 2022 Hot Topics and Innovations

Over the past year the Couchbase blog has been filled with product announcements, developer tutorials, conceptual introductions, and much more. Here is a look at the most popular posts that we had and why it is still worth reading today....

December 22, 2022
How to Model Data: A Guide To JSON Data Modeling

How to Model Data: A Guide To JSON Data Modeling

When beginning to learn about document databases, it’s nice to have a grasp of JSON data modeling basics. This will help you navigate the space and topics easier having an expanded vocabulary on the subject. Experience with a traditional relational...

November 18, 2022
6 Types of Data Models (With Examples)

6 Types of Data Models (With Examples)

In part 2 of the “how to model data” series, we’ll look at a variety of logical models, their strengths and weaknesses, and pros and cons. Part 1 of this series covered the three steps of data modeling: conceptual, logical,...

October 26, 2022
What is Data Modeling? Conceptual, Physical, Logical

What is Data Modeling? Conceptual, Physical, Logical

Data modeling is the process of planning a structure to represent how information and relationships between information will be stored in your system. This post is a brief introduction to data modeling, as well as three progressive types of data...

October 7, 2022
Using the Eventing Service to Consolidate Data from Multiple Sources

Using the Eventing Service to Consolidate Data from Multiple Sources

One of the many advantages of using a document-based database such as Couchbase is the ability to use a flexible data model to store data without the constraints of a rigid, predetermined schema. Many customers choose a NoSQL database to...

Top Blogs of 2021 – Part 2

Top Blogs of 2021 – Part 2

And now for Part 2 in our series, here are the top 5 blog posts published in 2021: 5. How we implemented distributed multi-document ACID transactions in Couchbase, by Denis Rosa In this blog post, we gave you an overview...

December 29, 2021
Introducing Ottoman v2.0: An ODM for Node.js & Couchbase

Introducing Ottoman v2.0: An ODM for Node.js & Couchbase

On behalf of the Couchbase team, I’m absolutely thrilled to announce the General Availability of Ottoman 2.0. Ottoman is an Object Document Mapper (ODM) library for Couchbase and Node.js that maps JSON documents stored in Couchbase to native JavaScript objects....

September 30, 2021
A Better Development Experience with Ottoman JS [Video]

A Better Development Experience with Ottoman JS [Video]

If you’re a JavaScript developer, I hope you know about the JavaScript & Friends conference. The JS & Friends conference is a diverse group of around 200 JavaScript developers and friends who get together to learn new skills and concepts...

August 27, 2021
Why NoSQL JSON Databases Are So Useful

Why NoSQL JSON Databases Are So Useful

My family hears me talk about JSON databases rather frequently. Naturally, I had to explain that Jason is not the owner of my company! Instead, many modern databases use JSON as a data format. They usually leave the room at...

The Series on Time Series (in Couchbase): Episode 1

The Series on Time Series (in Couchbase): Episode 1

What Is This About So, you have a time series use case?  So do I, and this blog article is the proof of it. When I learn about a new subject, I like using the method of loci to memorize...

FHIR Data Model with Couchbase N1QL

FHIR Data Model with Couchbase N1QL

Couchbase is a JSON database that has now become an alternative to the traditional RDBMS. It has achieved this, not only by providing the industry-leading Key-Value store and the same query and ACID translation capabilities that organizations have come to...

April 25, 2020
Flexible Query & Indexing for Flexible JSON Model.

Flexible Query & Indexing for Flexible JSON Model.

Use N1QL when you’re in a JSON pickle. — Confucius For the JSON data model, the advice is to think of collections as tables, JSON document as denormalized rows and field names as columns – roughly. All this holds in...

April 13, 2020