Couchbase and Kubernetes, a powerful duo

Couchbase on containers and Kubernetes provides a powerful cloud-native data platform with autonomous database management capabilities. Couchbase Autonomous Operator enables DevOps teams to run, auto-scale, and manage Couchbase as a stateful database application alongside their microservices applications on a Kubernetes platform. This provides freedom from cloud vendor lock-in, and supports hybrid and multicloud strategies. Autonomous Operator is certified for Red Hat OpenShift, and for Kubernetes services from AWS (Amazon EKS), Microsoft (Azure AKS), Google (Google GKE) platforms, and Rancher (SUSE).

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Operator key capabilities

Couchbase on containers and Kubernetes provides a powerful cloud-native data platform to automate database management. Couchbase Autonomous Operator enables DevOps teams to run, auto-scale, and manage Couchbase as a stateful distributed database alongside their stateless microservices applications.

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Couchbase Enterprise vs. Community Edition

  • Autonomous Operator for Kubernetes
  • Automated cluster provisioning
  • Automated recovery
  • High availability across distributed infrastructure
  • Support persistent storage
  • Centralized configuration management
  • Automated upgrade of Couchbase clusters
  • Integrated Couchbase resource validation
  • Helm support
  • Public connectivity for Couchbase clients
  • Support for public Kubernetes services
  • Rolling upgrade of Kubernetes clusters
  • TLS certificate rotation
  • Automated backup and restore
  • Couchbase XDCR management
  • Prometheus metrics collection
  • Mutual TLS support
  • Auto-scaling Couchbase services
  • Cluster hibernation
  • Support istio/service mesh
  • Centralized and standardized logging using Fluent Bit
  • Enterprise Edition
  • Community Edition