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Couchbase Server

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Couchbase Server
Enterprise

A full-featured, multi-service NoSQL database available free of charge for evaluation, development, and unlimited preproduction testing.

Experience the unmatched agility, flexibility, and performance of NoSQL on the easiest platform to manage and scale, all risk-free as you transform your business with new business-critical applications.

Couchbase Server 6.0.4, released in February 2020, is the fourth maintenance release in the 6.0.x series for Couchbase Server. This release includes important bug fixes in many components.

Couchbase Server 6.0.3, released in October 2019, is the third maintenance release in the 6.0.x series for Couchbase Server.
This release includes updated platform support in addition to bug fixes related to many components.

Couchbase Server 6.0.2, released in June 2019, is the second maintenance release in the 6.0.x series for Couchbase Server. This release includes a few improvements in addition to bug fixes related to many components. It also adds support for the Red Hat Linux (RHEL) 8 platform. 

Couchbase Server 6.0.1, released in February 2019, is the first maintenance release in the 6.0.x series for Couchbase Server. This maintenance release includes bug fixes and a few improvements. It also adds support to Amazon Linux 2 and Ubuntu 18.04 platforms. 

Couchbase Server 6.0 was released in October 2018.  This release brings you the latest in the Couchbase Analytics offering – with this release, start crunching real-time query results using N1QL for Analytics – No ETL required! Eventing and Full-text Search also have significant updates that we know you will enjoy. Read more to learn about the latest new features.

Couchbase Server 5.5.6, released in November 2019, is the sixth maintenance release in the 5.5.x series for Couchbase Server.
This maintenance release includes bug fixes and improvements on multiple components.

Couchbase Server 5.5.5, released in July 2019, is the fifth maintenance release in the 5.5.x series for Couchbase Server. This maintenance release includes bug fixes and improvements on multiple components.

Couchbase Server 5.5.4, released in April 2019, is the fourth maintenance release in the 5.5.x series for Couchbase Server. This maintenance release includes fixes to the data, index, and query services, and XDCR, tools, and UI components.

Couchbase Server 5.5.3, released in December 2018, is the third maintenance release in the 5.5.x series for Couchbase Server. This maintenance release includes fixes to the data, index, and query services, and XDCR and UI components.

Couchbase Server 5.5.2, released in October 2018, is the second maintenance release in the 5.5.x series for Couchbase Server. This maintenance release includes fixes to the index and query services, XDCR, and installer components.

Couchbase Server 5.5.1 was released in August 2018. Couchbase Server 5.5.1 is the first maintenance release in the 5.5.x series for Couchbase Server.

Couchbase Server 5.5.0 was released in July 2018. In addition to bug fixes, this release includes many enhancements to security, manageability, and performance. New features include items such as server-side eventing, IPv6 support, ANSI JOIN support in N1QL queries, N1QL query auditing, index partitioning, log redactions, end-to-end compression, and much more.

Couchbase Server 5.1.3 was released in November 2018.

This is the third maintenance release in the 5.1.x series of Couchbase Server and includes bug fixes to the data and index services, XDCR, and tools components.

Note: Upgrading from version 5.1.3 to version 6.0.0 is not supported. If you choose to upgrade to the 6.x series, then the supported upgrade path is from version 5.1.3 to version 6.0.1 or higher, once the newer versions are available. 

Couchbase Server 5.1.2 was released in September 2018. This is the second maintenance release in the 5.1.x series of Couchbase Server and includes bug fixes to the storage, secondary indexing, query, and installer components.

Couchbase Server 5.1.1 was released in June 2018. This is the first maintenance release in the 5.1.x series of Couchbase Server and includes important bug fixes applicable to all prior 5.x releases. We recommend that all customers upgrade to the 5.1.1 release and deploy these important bug fixes.

Couchbase Server 5.1.0 was released in February 2018. In addition to bug fixes, this release includes enhancements to certificate-based authentication and the cbbackupmgr utility.

Couchbase Server 5.0.1 provides a long list of exciting features in the areas of scalability, high-availability, performance, security, indexing, querying, search, tools, platforms and application development. It also enhances a wide ecosystem of big data and integration connectors.

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Couchbase Server
Community
  • The open source foundation of our NoSQL data platform
  • Best suited for non-enterprise developers when basic education, availability, performance, tooling, and query is sufficient
  • Our NoSQL database is available free of charge for both development and production, and supported by the Couchbase community forum
  • Community Edition does not undergo the same “test, fix, and verify” quality assurance cycles as Enterprise

Previously released versions of Couchbase Server Community Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

Previously released versions of Couchbase Server Community Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

Previously released versions of Couchbase Server Community Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

Previously released versions of Couchbase Server Community Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

Previously released versions of Couchbase Server Community Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

Previously released versions of Couchbase Server Community Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

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Cloud

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Couchbase Cloud (DBaaS) Free Trial

Couchbase Cloud is a fully managed, automated, and secure Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS). Couchbase Cloud simplifies database management by deploying, managing, and operating Couchbase Server across hybrid cloud environments with just a few clicks. Couchbase Cloud is flexible, highly available, and provides a differentiated economical option for enterprises looking to reduce operational tasks while taking advantage of the most powerful NoSQL technology. 

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Deploy From a Cloud Marketplace

Couchbase partners with major cloud providers and can be deployed via each of their marketplaces. 

Couchbase Server and Couchbase Sync Gateway are available from Amazon Marketplace, Google Cloud Marketplace, and Microsoft Azure Marketplace. Couchbase Cloud is also now available on AWS.

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Launch a Couchbase Lab from Google’s Obitera platform.  

Create an account in seconds and follow our “Test Drive” instructions to try Couchbase’s NoSQL database. 

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Couchbase Autonomous Operator With Kubernetes

Control Couchbase Cluster Instances Anywhere. Start Now.

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Open Source Kubernetes

Couchbase Autonomous Operator for Kubernetes provides a powerful cloud-native data platform that autonomously manages database lifecycle events and greatly simplifies integration with your cloud stack.

With the Autonomous Operator, you can easily run the most powerful NoSQL database as a stateful application on the same Kubernetes platforms as your stateless microservice applications, thus enabling hybrid and multicloud strategies and eliminating cloud vendor lock-in.

In addition to open source Kubernetes, the Autonomous Operator is certified on managed platforms like Amazon Web Services EKS, Microsoft Azure AKS, and Google Cloud GKE.

Couchbase Autonomous Operator 2.0, released in April 2020, is our next major release on the Kubernetes platform. This release introduces several new enterprise-grade features with fully autonomous capabilities for security, monitoring, high availability, and manageability. Autonomous Operator enables DevOps teams to run their database as a fully managed stateful database application next to their microservices applications and provides freedom from locking into a single cloud vendor for their hybrid or multicloud strategy.

Autonomous Operator 1.2.2, released in November 2019, is the second maintenance release in the 1.2.x series for Autonomous Operator. This release further fortifies the previously released 1.2.x series with bug fixes to improve product stability. Start exploring Autonomous Operator 1.2.2 today by downloading the software or reviewing the release notes.

Autonomous Operator 1.2.1, released in August 2019, is the first maintenance release in the 1.2.x series for Autonomous Operator. This release further fortifies the previously released 1.2.x series with bug fixes to improve product stability. Start exploring Autonomous Operator 1.2.1 today by downloading the software or reviewing the release notes.

Couchbase Autonomous Operator 1.2.0 was released in May 2019 and is production-certified on Open Source Kubernetes, AWS EKS, Azure AKS, and Google GKE. It’s available free of charge for unlimited pre-production development and testing, with support from our Couchbase Forums.

Couchbase Autonomous Operator 1.1 was released in November 2018. It is available free of charge for unlimited pre-production development and testing, with support from our Couchbase Forums.

Couchbase Autonomous Operator 1.0 was released in August 2018. It is available free of charge for unlimited pre-production development and testing, with support from our Couchbase Forums.

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Red Hat OpenShift

Couchbase Autonomous Operator for Kubernetes provides a powerful cloud-native data platform that autonomously manages database lifecycle events and greatly simplifies integration with your cloud stack.

With the Autonomous Operator, you can easily run the most powerful NoSQL database as a stateful application on the same OpenShift platforms as your stateless microservice applications, thus enabling hybrid and multicloud strategies and eliminating cloud vendor lock-in.

The Autonomous Operator is certified on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.

Couchbase Autonomous Operator 2.0, released in April 2020, is our next major release on the Red Hat OpenShift platform. This release introduces several new enterprise-grade features with fully autonomous capabilities for security, monitoring, high availability, and manageability. Autonomous Operator enables DevOps teams to run their database as a fully managed stateful database application next to their microservices applications and provides freedom from locking into a single cloud vendor for their hybrid or multicloud strategy. 

Autonomous Operator 1.2.2, released in November 2019, is the second maintenance release in the 1.2.x series for Autonomous Operator. This release further fortifies the previously released 1.2.x series with bug fixes to improve product stability. Start exploring Autonomous Operator 1.2.2 today by downloading the software or reviewing the release notes.

Autonomous Operator 1.2.1, released in August 2019, is the first maintenance release in the 1.2.x series for Autonomous Operator. This release further fortifies the previously released 1.2.x series with bug fixes to improve product stability. Start exploring Autonomous Operator 1.2.1 today by downloading the software or reviewing the release notes.

Couchbase Autonomous Operator 1.2.0 was released in May 2019 and is production-certified on Red Hat OpenShift. It’s available free of charge for unlimited pre-production development and testing, with support from our Couchbase Forums.

Couchbase Autonomous Operator 1.1 was released in November 2018. It is available free of charge for unlimited pre-production development and testing, with support from our Couchbase Forums.

Couchbase Autonomous Operator 1.0 was released in August 2018. It is available free of charge for unlimited pre-production development and testing, with support from our Couchbase Forums.

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Couchbase Lite

A full-featured embedded NoSQL database for mobile and edge devices.

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Couchbase Lite
Enterprise

Couchbase Lite is a standards-based embedded NoSQL JSON document database for edge devices running mobile, desktop, server, and IoT applications. The Enterprise Edition builds on the robust functionality included in the Community Edition, and includes features such as encryption, peer-to-peer inter-device sync, on-device failover, predictive query API for machine learning predictions, delta sync for optimized data transfer, and more.

Couchbase Lite 2.7.0 for Android, Objective-C, Swift, Java (non Android) and .NET platforms was released in January 2020 and includes Java platform support for desktop and web services applications.

Couchbase Lite 2.6.4 for Android, Objective-C, Swift, and .NET platforms was released in February 2020 and includes important bug fixes.

Couchbase Lite 2.6.0 for Android, Objective-C, Swift, and .NET platforms was released in August 2019 and includes support for custom conflict resolution with 2-way merge.

Couchbase Lite 2.5.3 for Android, Objective-C, Swift, and .NET platforms was released in July 2019 to address important bug fixes. This release also adds native support for x86_64 on Android.

• Couchbase 2.5.2 for Android, Objective-C, Swift, and .NET platforms was released in July 2019 to address important bug fixes.
• Couchbase Lite 2.5.1 for Swift and Objective-C was released in May 2019 to address an important upgrade bug and supersedes version 2.5.0 released earlier. We recommend that all customers using Swift and Objective-C upgrade to the 2.5.1 release and deploy this important bug fix.
• Couchbase Lite 2.5.0 was released in April 2019. In addition to bug fixes, this release includes delta sync, enhanced logging, advanced replication eventing and filtering capabilities.

Couchbase Lite 2.5.1 for Swift and Objective-C was released in May 2019 to address an important upgrade bug and supersedes version 2.5.0 released earlier. We recommend that all customers using Swift and Objective-C upgrade to the 2.5.1 release and deploy this important bug fix.

Couchbase 2.1.x has been released in several iterations including:

• Couchbase Lite 2.1.6 for Swift and Objective-C in April 2019  
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.5 for .NET and Android in May 2019 
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.5 for Swift and Objective-C in March 2019  
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.3 for Swift and Objective-C in December 2018  
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.2 for Swift, Objective-C, .NET, and Android in November 2018

Couchbase 2.1.x has been released in several iterations including:

• Couchbase Lite 2.1.6 for Swift and Objective-C in April 2019  
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.5 for .NET and Android in May 2019 
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.5 for Swift and Objective-C in March 2019  
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.3 for Swift and Objective-C in December 2018  
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.2 for Swift, Objective-C, .NET, and Android in November 2018

Couchbase Lite 2.1.2 was released in November 2018 for .NET and Android. Couchbase Lite 2.1.3 was released in December 2018 for Swift and Objective-C.

Couchbase Lite 2.1.2 was released in August 2018 with 2.1.2 being released in November 2018 for Swift, Objective-C, .NET, and Android.

Couchbase Lite 2.1.1 was released in September 2018 for Swift and Objective-C. In addition to bug fixes, this release includes peer-to-peer synchronization, on-device data encryption, and much more.

Couchbase Lite 2.1.0 was released in August 2018.

Couchbase Lite 2.0 was released in April 2018. In addition to bug fixes, this release includes on-device data recovery, a new and simplified query interface, and Full-Text Search.

Couchbase Lite 2.0.x was released in April 2018. In addition to bug fixes, this release includes on-device data recovery, a new and simplified query interface, and Full-Text Search.

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Couchbase Lite
Community

Couchbase Lite is a standards-based embedded NoSQL JSON document database for edge devices running mobile, desktop, server, and IoT applications. Designed around the world’s most popular embedded database (SQLite), Couchbase Lite’s robust query API has SQL-based semantics, indexing support, full-text search, and eventing, which enables developers to build and deploy robust applications on embedded platforms.

Couchbase Lite 2.7.0 for Android, Objective-C, Swift, Java (non Android) and .NET platforms was released in January 2020 and includes Java platform support for desktop and web services applications.

Couchbase Lite 2.6.4 for Android, Objective-C, Swift, and .NET platforms was released in February 2020 and includes important bug fixes.

Couchbase Lite 2.6.0 for Android, Objective-C, Swift, and .NET platforms was released in August 2019 and includes support for custom conflict resolution with 2-way merge.

Couchbase Lite 2.5.3 for Android, Objective-C, Swift, and .NET platforms was released in July 2019 to address important bug fixes. This release also adds native support for x86_64 on Android.

• Couchbase 2.5.2 for Android, Objective-C, Swift, and .NET platforms was released in July 2019 to address important bug fixes.
• Couchbase Lite 2.5.1 for Swift and Objective-C was released in May 2019 to address an important upgrade bug and supersedes version 2.5.0 released earlier. We recommend that all customers using Swift and Objective-C upgrade to the 2.5.1 release and deploy this important bug fix.
• Couchbase Lite 2.5.0 was released in April 2019. In addition to bug fixes, this release includes delta sync, enhanced logging, advanced replication eventing and filtering capabilities.

Couchbase Lite 2.5.1 for Swift and Objective-C was released in May 2019 to address an important upgrade bug and supersedes version 2.5.0 released earlier. We recommend that all customers using Swift and Objective-C upgrade to the 2.5.1 release and deploy this important bug fix.

Couchbase 2.1.x has been released in several iterations including:

• Couchbase Lite 2.1.6 for Swift and Objective-C in April 2019  
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.5 for .NET and Android in May 2019 
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.5 for Swift and Objective-C in March 2019  
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.3 for Swift and Objective-C in December 2018  
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.2 for Swift, Objective-C, .NET, and Android in November 2018

Couchbase 2.1.x has been released in several iterations including:

• Couchbase Lite 2.1.6 for Swift and Objective-C in April 2019  
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.5 for .NET and Android in May 2019 
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.5 for Swift and Objective-C in March 2019  
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.3 for Swift and Objective-C in December 2018  
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.2 for Swift, Objective-C, .NET, and Android in November 2018

Couchbase 2.1.x has been released in several iterations including:

• Couchbase Lite 2.1.6 for Swift and Objective-C in April 2019  
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.5 for .NET and Android in May 2019 
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.5 for Swift and Objective-C in March 2019  
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.3 for Swift and Objective-C in December 2018  
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.2 for Swift, Objective-C, .NET, and Android in November 2018

Couchbase 2.1.x has been released in several iterations including:

• Couchbase Lite 2.1.6 for Swift and Objective-C in April 2019  
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.5 for .NET and Android in May 2019 
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.5 for Swift and Objective-C in March 2019  
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.3 for Swift and Objective-C in December 2018  
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.2 for Swift, Objective-C, .NET, and Android in November 2018

Couchbase 2.1.x has been released in several iterations including:

• Couchbase Lite 2.1.6 for Swift and Objective-C in April 2019  
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.5 for .NET and Android in May 2019 
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.5 for Swift and Objective-C in March 2019  
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.3 for Swift and Objective-C in December 2018  
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.2 for Swift, Objective-C, .NET, and Android in November 2018

Couchbase 2.1.x has been released in several iterations including:

• Couchbase Lite 2.1.6 for Swift and Objective-C in April 2019  
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.5 for .NET and Android in May 2019 
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.5 for Swift and Objective-C in March 2019  
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.3 for Swift and Objective-C in December 2018  
• Couchbase Lite 2.1.2 for Swift, Objective-C, .NET, and Android in November 2018

Couchbase Lite 2.0 Community Edition is the open source version of our non-proprietary embedded database. It is supported by the community on Couchbase Forums, and is best suited for non-enterprise mobile developers or non-commercial development where basic availability, performance, tooling, and query is sufficient. The Community Edition is available free of charge for both development and production, but is not subjected to the same rigorous "test, fix, and verify" quality assurance cycle as the Enterprise Edition and is generally released several months behind Enterprise Edition.

Couchbase Lite 2.0.x Community Edition is the open source version of our non-proprietary embedded database. It is supported by the community on Couchbase Forums, and is best suited for non-enterprise mobile developers or non-commercial development where basic availability, performance, tooling, and query is sufficient. The Community Edition is available free of charge for both development and production, but is not subjected to the same rigorous "test, fix, and verify" quality assurance cycle as the Enterprise Edition and is generally released several months behind Enterprise Edition. 

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Sync Gateway

Web gateway for secure data access and synchronization.

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Sync Gateway
Enterprise

Enterprise-grade Sync Gateway builds on the strong foundations of the Community version and includes scaling, performance, availability, and security enhancements for business-critical mobile and edge computing applications. Features include delta sync for optimized data transfer, sharding of imports, tunable options for cache management, load balancing and HA of inter-Sync Gateway replications, and more.

Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.7.2, released in March 2020, is the second maintenance release in the 2.7.x series and includes important bug fixes. 

Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.7.1, released in February 2020, is the first maintenance release in the 2.7.x series and includes important bug fixes. Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.7.0 was released in January 2020.

Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.7.0, released in January 2020, includes significant architectural enhancements to Sync Gateway to improve write throughput, enable linear scaling of import processing and built-in high availability support of import processing. 

Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.6.1, released in October 2019, is the first maintenance release in the 2.6.x series and includes important bug fixes.
Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.6.0 was released in August 2019.

Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.6.0, released in August 2019, includes significant enhancements to Sync Gateway cache management that improve its vertical scaling capability. In addition, a number of configuration options are available to developers that will allow them to tune the cache to meet the needs of Enterprise-grade deployments.

Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.5.1, released in July 2019, is the first maintenance release in the 2.5.x series and includes important bug fixes. Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.5.0 was released in April 2019.

Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.5 was released in April 2019. In addition to bug fixes, this release includes delta sync and enhanced stats collection and logging support.

Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.1.3 was released in April 2019. Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.1.3 is the third maintenance release in the 2.1.x series and includes important bug fixes.

Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.1.2 was released in December 2018. Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.1.2 is the second maintenance release in the 2.1.x series and includes important bug fixes.

Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.1.1 was released in October 2018. Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.1.1 is the first maintenance release in the 2.1.x series and includes important bug fixes.

Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.1 was released in August 2018. In addition to bug fixes, this release improves data privacy, enhances security, reduces failover recovery time, and improves query performance.

Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.0 was released in April 2018. In addition to bug fixes, this release adds support for a websocket-based replication, introduces a no conflicts mode, and enables setting of document expiry via the sync function.

Previously released versions of Couchbase Sync Gateway Enterprise Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

Previously released versions of Couchbase Sync Gateway Enterprise Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

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Sync Gateway
Community

Couchbase Sync Gateway enables secure data sync between Couchbase Lite enabled edge devices and the backend database hosted in Couchbase Server, or between edge and cloud datacenters. The open source Community Edition includes support for secure sync and data routing with fine-grained access control and authorization.

Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.7.2, released in March 2020, is the second maintenance release in the 2.7.x series and includes important bug fixes. 

Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.7.1, released in February 2020, is the first maintenance release in the 2.7.x series and includes important bug fixes. Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.7.0 was released in January 2020.

Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.7.0, released in August 2020, includes a number of bug fixes and a few  enhancements to write throughput. 

Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.6.1, released in October 2019, is the first maintenance release in the 2.6.x series and includes important bug fixes.

Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.6.0 was released in August 2019.

Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.6.0, released in August 2019, includes significant enhancements to Sync Gateway cache management that improve its vertical scaling capability.

Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.5.1, released in July 2019, is the first maintenance release in the 2.5.x series and includes important bug fixes. Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.5.0 was released in April 2019.

Couchbase Sync Gateway 2.5 was released in April 2019. In addition to bug fixes, this release includes delta sync and enhanced stats collection and logging support.

Previously released versions of Couchbase Sync Gateway Community Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

Previously released versions of Couchbase Sync Gateway Community Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

Previously released versions of Couchbase Sync Gateway Community Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

Previously released versions of Couchbase Sync Gateway Community Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

Previously released versions of Couchbase Sync Gateway Community Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

Previously released versions of Couchbase Sync Gateway Community Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

Previously released versions of Couchbase Sync Gateway Community Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

With Couchbase Sync Gateway 1.5 Community Edition, you can seamless extend an existing Couchbase Server deployment to connect with remote edge devices that are occasionally disconnected or connected. Mobile, web and desktop applications can write to the same bucket in a Couchbase cluster. In this release, the metadata created by the Sync Gateway, to facilitate replication between occasionally connected or disconnected edge devices and Cloud, is abstracted from applications reading and writing data directly to Couchbase Server.

Couchbase Sync Gateway 1.4.1 Community Edition is the most recent release for community usage. This release is best for non-commercial developers who have no constraints on using these binaries in production systems. This release has not been subjected to the iterative test, fix and verify QA cycle that is a part of the Enterprise Edition release process.

Previously released versions of Couchbase Sync Gateway Community Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

Previously released versions of Couchbase Sync Gateway Community Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

Previously released versions of Couchbase Sync Gateway Community Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

Previously released versions of Couchbase Sync Gateway Community Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

Previously released versions of Couchbase Sync Gateway Community Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

Previously released versions of Couchbase Sync Gateway Community Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

Previously released versions of Couchbase Sync Gateway Community Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

Previously released versions of Couchbase Sync Gateway Community Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

Previously released versions of Couchbase Sync Gateway Community Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

Previously released versions of Couchbase Sync Gateway Community Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

Previously released versions of Couchbase Sync Gateway Community Edition are available for your reference, though the latest version is recommended.

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