CS300 Couchbase NoSQL Server Administration
This is a fast-paced technical practicum on Couchbase Server 3.0 from an Administration and Operations perspective. The course takes a use-case driven approach to learning NoSQL database server cluster deployment and operations.
Through instructor-led discussion, demonstrations and intensive hands-on labs, participants will develop an actual Couchbase server cluster and Proof of Concept (POC) modeled on typical use-cases for high performance mission-critical NoSQL databases.
The goal of the class is to get students immediately productive with Couchbase to develop working prototype cluster environments. Lab time will be from 40% to 60% or more, each day. Each student will be provided multiple VMs running in the cloud for hands-on practice setting up a live Couchbase cluster and learning how to configure, monitor and troubleshoot the cluster in realistic scenarios.
Each lab exercise builds progressive skills and “flight-time” in design and deployment of a Couchbase NoSQL Server cluster designed for handling core use-cases, and subjected to realistic workloads that take advantage of Couchbase Server's powerful capabilities and benefits.
The course incorporates best practices with insider tips and tricks drawn from hundreds of real customer uses-cases for how to deploy and manage production Couchbase clusters. Students will receive documentation on how to set up a fully working Couchbase cluster across multiple datacenters and can recreate and practice on this prototype configuration in the Amazon Cloud after the class.