Couchbase Server 2.0 combines the power of CouchDB with the elasticity and performance of Membase Server to create the next generation of clustered NoSQL solutions. Membase Server, with its integrated memcached caching technology, provides technology enabling dynamic cluster elasticity and sustained low-latency, high-throughput data operations. CouchDB adds indexing and querying capabilities with its incremental MapReduce views, as well as its proven append-only storage format for highly reliable data persistance. This session will show a hand-on tour of the product and explain the underlying architecture.
In this session, we'll walk through the process of growing an idea into a functional application quickly. Learn the basics of getting started with building fully featured applications with Couchbase.
by Alan McKean
Couchbase is schemaless, but knowing a bit about what you want in and from a document will make a world of difference when writing your MapReduce queries, designing your application, and planning for your permissions architecture. We'll dig into the beautiful freedom that comes with a schemaless database, and how to bring order to the chaos with a little pre-planning, some map/reduce view tricks, and the occasional documentation validation function.
A presentation and discussion on the various aspects of deploying, testing, operating and maintaining Couchbase in a clustered environment while serving the real-time requests of an interactive software application with very stringent uptime requirements. Topics to include deployment architectures and considerations, monitoring, scaling out, backup/restore and failure scenarios.
Join us in setting up a real time ad-hoc web of replicating Couches. The more the merrier! Dustin will employ mischief and magic to fill the room with data! Bring a running Couch you can use to join in the sync goodness. We'll walk you through all configuration.
by Marty Schoch
Learn the current state of Mobile Couchbase, our roadmap for Android and iOS, and see a quick demo of what how easy it can be to add sync to your app. We'll also explore some of the social sync design patterns Couchbase is building into the next generation of its products.
This talk will introduce developer to Couchbase Mobile on the Android platform. The following topics will be covered: adding Couchbase Mobile to your Android project; brief overview of using Ektorp on Android to interact with Couchbase; demonstration of native Android application such as GrocerySync; discuss some challenges using Couchbase on Android.
16th November 2011