Couchbase 4.5 also includes more platform coverage than before. We’ve introduced Debian 8 builds and this adds to the existing wide list of platforms we already run on (Windows, Mac OS X, Ubuntu, SuSE, Red Hat, Debian and even Oracle Linux).
We plan to put the release out before the end of Q2. Obviously we have to hit the quality bar we set for the release so it may slip if we bump into an unexpected issue.
On performance, are there specific operations you are interested in specifically? Given we are not done with the release, I do not have the numbers here - we’ll capture them on the final bits but I can tell you what we are seeing so far: we are seeing huge increase in the query performance in JOINs with N1QL, Array Expression in N1QL (like UNNEST and ANY|EVERY), Huge improvement on index maintenance with memory optimized indexes (MOI) and Data Access with sub-document API also have improved the performance of Get/Set. There is quite a bit more. As we get closer to the finish line, we can get you more information on the diff with 4.1.
Thank you for the prompt reply. I am currently testing the performance using 4.1 release. Couchbase performance is awesome.
In the next release, I am expecting to the N1QL related performance. I am also interested in the performance of sub-document API released in the 4.5 release. I will test the performance using 4.5 Beta soon. I can’t wait for the GA release.
I want to repeat the question @dennis asked in the very first post to this thread, as it was not answered.
When I download 4.5 Beta version from the “Community Edition” tab I get couchbase-server-enterprise_4.5.0-beta-debian7_amd64.deb file. Does enterprise part in the file name mean that this edition can not be used in production? Or a more general question, is it allowed to use Community Edition Beta versions in production?