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My First NO SQL Blog

What is NoSQL(Not Only SQL):

  • It’s a database
  • With No Schema
  • Suitable for web application
  • Scalable => Horizontal scalability => Partition Database on Different servers (Unlike SQL SERVER, ORACLE, DB2)
  • SImple Design
  • Control Over Availability

Couchbase cli examples

Couchbase Server, originally known as Membase, is an open-source, distributed (shared-nothing architecture) NoSQL document-oriented database that is optimized for interactive applications.

By default couchbase-cli command is located at /opt/couchbase/bin/couchbase-cli. 53 more words


Connecting to Couchbase with PouchDB

Couchbase Mobile is a NoSQL distributed database available under the Apache 2 open source license, and commercially supported through the Couchbase Company. NoSQL usage in the enterprise is on the rise and Couchbase reached out to see if we could work together on Couchbase Mobile support for BlackBerry 10. 1,152 more words

BlackBerry 10

Couchbase 4.0 Developer Preview 1

Its out, and I have finally got a first look at Couchbase 4.0. (http://docs.couchbase.com/4.0/intro/index.html)  As its a developer preview its missing some fairly key features, there seems to be some bugs in the cluster code so if you using N1QL (SQL for documents) then you are best installing it on one node. 640 more words

Redis Cluster

Setting Up A Redis Cluster On Mac Os X 10.10.2 Yosemite

Yesterday I started playing with the new stable release of Redis database with the purpose of evaluating the new cluster functionalities. 943 more words


Couchbase: The rising star of NoSQL databases

One of the most valuable assets in any business is the information it has coming from the data it gathers.  

Since the 80s the dominant tool for managing that data was the relational database. 688 more words

Couchbase will launch 'SQL for documents' this summer

Couchbase, a startup selling commercially supported NoSQL database software, will introduce its subscription database this summer, a tool for querying that’s compatible with the SQL query language. 153 more words