Couchbase uses NoSQL technology with the aim to relate with today's megatrends: big users, big data, the internet of things, and cloud computing. At first, NoSQL was pioneered by Google, Facebook, Amazon, and LinkedIn to interact with current web apps. Couchbase offers 10 APIs: Clusters, Sever Nodes, Rack Awareness, Buckets, Views, Design documents, XDCR, Compaction and Logs. All in REST format. The benefits of Couchbase could include to scale programs, measure performance, and augment speed for new applications.
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The Couchbase PHP SDK communicates to the cluster over Couchbase binary protocols. References present information to connect to a bucket, perform operations, and perform queries. Before installing the PHP SDK, developers need to install the C SDK available at http://docs.couchbase.com/developer/c-2.4/download-install.html
With the Couchbase SDK by Couchbase, developers can connect to a Couchbase cluster via Node.js language. Examples show how to connect to a bucket, how to perform operations, how to perform queries, and how to use a callback pattern. The illustrations demonstrate what can be accomplished with the SDK.
With the Couchbase Java SDK by Couchbase, developers can connect, store documents, and retrieve documents. Related information presents how to migrate from Java SDK 1.4.x to 2.x, start with the SDK, manage connections, configure the environment, work with documents, query buckets, master observables, and set up logging.
The Couchbase Go SDK by Couchbase communicates to the cluster over binary protocols. References include material to connect to a bucket, perform operations, and perform queries. Additional information explains how to manage server connections, work with documents, and tune performance. Visit the API documentation site at http://godoc.org/github.com/couchbase/gocb
The Couchbase C SDK by Couchbase aims to simplify and optimize the interaction with the API capabilities of Couchbase server deployment management , document storing design, and results querying. Available operations, commands, and storing items.
The Couchbase .NET SDK uses NoSQL technology to compile information on big data, big users and cloud computing. The SDK understands both the binary and text protocols, offers custom configuration, and serialization, supports consistent hashing, checkAndSet operations, and SASL Authentication.