Presentations

Developing with Couchbase: Getting Started Part I

Developing with Couchbase: Getting Started Part I

Ready to get started with Couchbase? This session will show you what is necessary in the installation and deployment of Couchbase Server. It is hands on, so be prepared to set up Couchbase, learn about deployment, and then get familiar with the SDK for your language of choice. You will come away with information on what common deployments look like and understand how the system behaves in different scenarios such as failures.

Faster Big Data: Solving the Real Time Hadoop Challenge

Faster Big Data: Solving the Real Time Hadoop Challenge

With billions of visits and over 20 million engagements made via the LivePerson platform every month, the company needed a scalable backend capable of streaming, processing, and storing big data in real time. After internal benchmarking and testing, the platform engineering team chose to integrate Apache Kafka, Apache Hadoop, Apache Storm, and Couchbase Server to enable Faster Big Data.

Viber Replaces MongoDB with Couchbase

Viber Replaces MongoDB with Couchbase

Amir Ish-Shalom, System Architect at Viber, needed to support an application that had billions of messages and talking minutes per month. Realizing MongoDB couldn't scale, his team at Viber re-architected their backend and chose Couchbase. In doing so, he increased performance using less than half the database servers of MongoDB + Redis. Now with Couchbase, Amir and the Viber team have a backend that will scale to support their exponential growth while still maintaining top-notch performance.

Developing with Couchbase: Getting Started Part II

Developing with Couchbase: Getting Started Part II

Ready to get started with Couchbase? This session will show you what is necessary in the installation and deployment of Couchbase Server. It is hands on, so be prepared to set up Couchbase, learn about deployment, and then get familiar with the SDK for your language of choice. You will come away with information on what common deployments look like and understand how the system behaves in different scenarios such as failures.

N1QL - Couchbase Query Language

N1QL - Couchbase Query Language

Come be introduced to N1QL -- a new, powerful, yet easy-to-use, query language for document-oriented databases like Couchbase.  We'll be covering the why, what, when, where, and how's -- including information on how to get your own developer preview access to the N1QL engine and tutorial. Along with live demo!

Developing with Couchbase: Exploring Common Models and Integrations

Developing with Couchbase: Exploring Common Models and Integrations

Looking to apply Couchbase to your data, but not certain of how to pull together the various parts of the system?  This session is all about overall system design and integration.  We will cover what the interacting pieces are in some sample deployments.  Then, it’s your turn: bring your own design question and engineers from Couchbase will review their approach for the benefit of all session attendees.  Time permitting, we will then review common ways of integrating with other systems, such as Hadoop, application development frameworks, data export and transformation tools, etc.

 

 

Couchbase Server In Production

Couchbase Server In Production

In this session, Perry will present the various aspects of deploying, testing, operating and maintaining Couchbase in a clustered environment while serving the real-time requests of an interactive software application with very stringent uptime requirements. Topics to include deployment architectures and considerations, monitoring, scaling out, backup/restore and failure scenarios.

 

 

Developing with Couchbase: Power Techniques with Indexing

Developing with Couchbase: Power Techniques with Indexing

Looking to apply Couchbase to your data, but not certain of how to pull together the various parts of the system?  This session is all about overall system design and integration.  We will cover what the interacting pieces are in some sample deployments.  Then, it’s your turn: bring your own design question and engineers from Couchbase will review their approach for the benefit of all session attendees.  Time permitting, we will then review common ways of integrating with other systems, such as Hadoop, application development frameworks, data export and transformation tools, etc.