Tag: mongodb

Comparing MongoDB MQL with N1QL features in Couchbase 6.5

Comparing MongoDB MQL with N1QL features in Couchbase 6.5

This is a short note reviewing the MongoDB MQL language features highlighted in the release blog: MongoDB 4.4: User-Driven Engineering. Ready for You.  MongoDB 4.4 release has added a number of features for the MQL language. Couchbase released 6.5 earlier...

July 31, 2020
Migrating Data from MongoDB to Couchbase

Migrating Data from MongoDB to Couchbase

Prologue This article guides you through a one-time MongoDB migration to Couchbase. You will learn how to export from the MongoDB data structure, import to Couchbase, and do some basic transformation on those documents. All code from this blog is...

Migrating Data from MongoDB to Couchbase, Part 2

Migrating Data from MongoDB to Couchbase, Part 2

Prolog The previous article provided details on how to migrate a MongoDB data set to Couchbase Server. This article shows you how to use the Couchbase SDK to access the data via a Java console application. Code snippets show how...

Analyze This: MongoDB & Couchbase Analytics.

Analyze This: MongoDB & Couchbase Analytics.

The purpose of computing is insight, not numbers.  — Richard Hamming The spiral of running the business, analyzing what to change & what to change to, and then changing the business is an eternal one. Do the right analysis, your...

June 23, 2020
Couchbase Intro for MongoDB Developers and NoSQL Experts

Couchbase Intro for MongoDB Developers and NoSQL Experts

Six thousand years ago, the Sumerians invented writing for transaction processing — Gray & Reuter By any measure, MongoDB is a popular document-oriented JSON database. In the last dozen years, it has grown from its humble beginnings of a single...

April 25, 2020

NoSQL Document Database Replication – MongoDB vs. Couchbase

Replication has been a crucial part of Database Systems for decades for providing availability and disaster recovery. In recent times, with the evolution of distributed databases to address the need for highly available, scalable and globally distributed deployments operating across...

SQL to NoSQL – 7 Metrics to Compare Query Language

SQL to NoSQL – 7 Metrics to Compare Query Language

Organizations who want to take advantage of the many benefits of NoSQL document databases, often find that they have two challenges: How to convert their RDBMS schemas to leverage the schema-less document model. Learn a new API/Query  to access the...

March 6, 2020
Infosys “OpenHack” Development Program Features Couchbase

Infosys “OpenHack” Development Program Features Couchbase

Couchbase is expanding its partnerships with industry-leading global systems integrators and regional solution providers.  Through these partnerships, Couchbase’s unique capabilities can be delivered to our global footprint of enterprise customers. We collaborate closely with our Strategic Alliance partner Infosys to...

Window functions in Couchbase Analytics

Co-author:  Till Westmann,  Senior Director, Engineering The bits for Couchbase 6.5, the upcoming release of Couchbase Server, are now available. The Analytics service, which supports efficient parallel query processing, has added support for support for window functions defined in the...

The Unreasonable Effectiveness of SQL in NoSQL Databases

The Unreasonable Effectiveness of SQL in NoSQL Databases

Business applications have requirements: take customer orders, deliver customer orders, track shipping, generate inventory report, end of the day/month/quarter business report, generate business dashboards and more.  These requirements evolve slowly. They remain even when you choose a NoSQL database. On...

May 26, 2019
Approaches to Query Optimization in NoSQL

Approaches to Query Optimization in NoSQL

A man returned home after walking around the globe for eleven years.  Next day, when he told his wife he’s going to the corner store, she asked him: “are you taking the short route or the long one?”. Queries can...

May 5, 2019
Search & Rescue: 7 Reasons N1QL Developers Use Search

Search & Rescue: 7 Reasons N1QL Developers Use Search

People don’t want a four key index.  They need a four-ms response. Ted Levitt Application development is demanding. Each application is trying to progress on behalf of the customer — searching for the right product or the right form, ordering,...

April 22, 2019