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Best Practices: Sizing Couchbase Server Deployments

Best Practices: Sizing Couchbase Server Deployments

How many nodes? That is the million dollar question that we will answer during this session. Consider factors like RAM, Disk, CPU and your specific hardware and workload requirements to identify the ideal cluster size. This session will also discuss some specific architecture and deployment considerations as well as the effects of using different Couchbase Server features.

Understanding Views in Couchbase Server

Understanding Views in Couchbase Server

Couchbase views is a very powerful feature that enables enterprises to build real time applications. However, indexing can be a pretty heavy-weight operation on your Couchbase cluster. This session will briefly introduce you to Couchbase views. We’ll then discuss document, database and view design best practices. The session will finish off with tips and tunables for running views in production for a successful Couchbase deployment.

Part I: Couchbase in Production

Part I: Couchbase in Production

Part one of a presentation and discussion on 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.

Part II: Couchbase in Production

Part II: Couchbase in Production

Part two of a presentation and discussion on 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.

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.

 

 

Couchbase in Production

Couchbase 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.

Sizing your Couchbase Cluster

Sizing your Couchbase Cluster

Ever wondered whether you have the right number of nodes in your Couchbase cluster? This session will discuss what are specific workload aspects that need to be considered for correctly sizing your cluster, how factors like amount of RAM and IO subsystem influence the number of nodes and what key indicators are that your cluster is under sized or getting close to it.

Couchbase Server 2.0 in Production 24x7

Couchbase Server 2.0 in Production 24x7

A presentation and discussion on 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.

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.

Sizing Your Couchbase Cluster

Sizing Your Couchbase Cluster

Ever wondered whether you have the right number of nodes in your Couchbase cluster? This session will discuss what are specific workload aspects that need to be considered for correctly sizing your cluster, how factors like amount of RAM and IO subsystem influence the number of nodes and what key indicators are that your cluster is under sized or getting close to it.