Chronic disease affects millions throughout the world and costs billions in the US each year. In this session, you will learn how Couchbase Mobile has enabled our small team to build a cutting-edge Digital Health solution to lower the burden of illness and improve outcomes. We will present our system to tackle Type 2 Diabetes using connected medical devices, a patient app, and clinician portal.
In this session, Fujio will cover Couchbase Mobile from an operational perspective. He will dive into replication topologies, deployment strategies, and how Couchbase Mobile is being used as a full-stack database solution in the enterprise. Specifically, he will cover:
– How Sync Gateway filtered replication works
– How to simplify data flow in an organization
– Common tactics we see in enterprise applications, including push vs. pull
In this session Mike Bluestein explores how developing mobile apps with Couchbase Lite and Xamarin is a breeze, allowing you to develop mobile applications for many types of platforms…quickly. Learn how to add Couchbase Lite to a Xamarin application, work with the API for local storage, and sync via the Sync Gateway. Get started using Couchbase Lite in your own Xamarin apps.
Couchbase Mobile is the complete NoSQL database solution for all data storage, access, sync, and security across the entire application stack. In this session, we’ll begin by covering the key requirements for today’s mobile apps. Next, we’ll take you through the Couchbase Mobile product including Couchbase Lite, our embedded database, Sync Gateway, our secure web gateway, and Couchbase Server, our NoSQL database server. We’ll also cover common use cases and show you just how easy it is to integrate Couchbase Mobile into your apps so they just work — anytime, anywhere.
In this session you’ll learn how to design applications using Couchbase Mobile, including architecture, data modeling, and security. Adam will take you through designing the data model objects for an app, and the relationships between them. He will also demonstrate how to secure your data model using Couchbase Mobile’s built-in security framework and walk through access control, data validation, and access grants.
In this session you’ll learn how to develop applications using Couchbase Mobile’s database API, synchronization, and security. James and Jim will cover Couchbase Lite’s CRUD, query, and synchronization APIs for managing and accessing app data. They will also demo Sync Gateway’s synchronization capabilities, including how to resolve data conflicts. Last, you’ll learn how to add security to your application.
Predix, GE’s software platform for the Industrial Internet, powers machines all over the world – wind turbines, rail yards, and more. The GE team needed to build a mobile platform that would enable Industrial Internet applications to work offline and sync with existing systems, all while continuing to collect and protect data and provide a streamlined user experience for its workforce. In this session, the GE team will discuss their requirements for Predix, what led them to select Couchbase to power the platform, and how they were able to migrate to Couchbase in only 90 days.
In this session you’ll learn how to perform functional, scalability, performance, and reliability tests on your Couchbase Mobile application. James will demonstrate how to test query, synchronization, conflict resolution, and security. You’ll also see how to test the scaling capabilities of Sync Gateway, the performance of Couchbase Lite and Sync Gateway, and the high availability and disaster recovery capabilities of Sync Gateway. Next, you’ll learn how to install, upgrade, and scale Couchbase Mobile. Traun will cover the end-to-end process for deploying your Couchbase Mobile application.
NoSQL systems allow for rapid development using flexible models through schema-less documents. However, these models still need to be defined to enforce consistency within the domain. Conceptual, logical, and physical data modeling is important, and often overlooked in the development process, regardless of the database platform. Once the models for a domain have been defined, data is then needed to start building the application. Have you ever spent time writing throw away code to generate or import a dataset? In this session, Aaron will cover how Shop.com/Market America uses Couchbase Server and Couchbase Mobile, including learnings on data modeling fundamentals and different ways to rapidly generate vast amounts of random / fake data to test models.
In this session, you’ll learn how Couchbase helped Doddle, a U.K.-based parcel store network, move to a mobile platform, improving reliability, responsiveness, ease of use, and ultimately deploying click and collect into locations that traditional systems couldn’t reach. We’ll describe our journey, including key issues identified, a description of the technical architecture of our platform, the decision to move to Couchbase Mobile, and our next steps in using Couchbase to enable our logistics platform.