Couchbase Server 4.0 brings many new capabilities and features in its architecture. Couchbase’s Director of Product Management, Cihan Biyikoglu will look at the Couchbase Server 4.0 architecture in detail and provide attendees with an understanding of how the cluster manager, cache engine, and storage engine plug together with the data, query and index services to give you a best of breed NoSQL engine for big data processing. This is the grand tour of Couchbase Server 4.0 so this is the session for you if you are a master architect, developer or administrator of platforms.
The new indexing technology in Couchbase Server 4.0 advances query performance to new heights. In this talk, Director of Product Management, Cihan Biyikoglu will explore the capabilities of the new indexing technology from head-to-toe. First, we will cover primary and secondary index types. We will then explore indexers: M/R views vs global secondary indexes, index administration, monitoring, best practices and much more. If you are a developer, architect or an administrator looking to use N1QL in your next application, you won’t want to miss this talk.
Couchbase Server 4.0 comes with N1QL. For you to take advantage of N1QL you need know how to tune the performance of your queries. In this talk, we’ll cover tips and tricks to look at query performance and enhance it. Join in on this demo filled hour to see ways to read N1QL execution plans, AND how simple steps, like rewriting queries or creating the correct indexes, can help make queries run much faster.
We’re all familiar with modeling data the relational way. When we move to a document database we need to think about things a little differently. In this talk we’ll look how best to plan, model and maintain your data using a document database. By diving into real world case studies of Couchbase users, we’ll look at the three main things you need to know about modeling your data in a document database: document design, key design and querying.
Get a deeper look into Couchbase Server 4.0’s new Global Secondary Indexing feature. The session will cover concepts, architecture, and usage of global secondary index beyond the introductory level. Global Secondary Indexing provides an alternate indexing strategy for faster lookup and higher throughput. Topics include initial index build, index maintenance, index scan and index partitioning. This is an advanced session geared toward attendees with a working knowledge of N1QL and looking for an in-depth perspective on global secondary indexing.