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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


Couchbase - Multi Dimensional Architecture - How to have your cake and eat it.

You want to move from a traditional RDBMS platform to a commodity server based distributed database, but you want to make use of your old  servers with their acres of Ram and more CPUs than a google data centre. 313 more words

Do you need Views

The Case Against Views.

We use Couchbase for its blistering perfromance, and its ability to scale up as we need. As our application was initially written for BigCouch, a branch from CouchDB, we had several key transactions that used views. 331 more words

Exploring N1QL with data on Couchbase - Part 1

In this series of posts I will be sharing my knowledge and experiences with using N1QL to query data in Couchbase.

N1QL (pronounced “Nickel”) is Couchbase next generation query language. 1,033 more words


CouchBase and NUMA

This analysis was performed on CentOS 6.5 and Couchbase 2.5.

NUMA (None Uniform Memory Access) is something which many system administrators often overlooked when configuring memory intensive applications on multi-socket and multi-core machines. 366 more words

System Admin