Hear about the Global Secondary Indexes and Multi-Dimensional Scaling by adding the event to your calendar and watching the broadcast at the +Couchbase page at the time of the event. If you have a question, join the hangout live to ask it or post it in the Q&A during the hangout. Note it will be repeated at a different time on two days to be easy for people in multiple timezones to join.
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Couchbase Server 4.0 has excellent new features like N1QL that make life much simpler for application developers as had been covered in the last two hangouts (an overview on Couchbase 4.0 Beta and a hangout on N1QL, the new query language). To really be complete the full architecture was considered. Two other awesome features of 4.0 are Global Secondary Indexes (sometimes referred to as GSI) which bring optimized secondary indexing to distributed systems and Multi-Dimensional Scaling which give developer and operators the ability to easily match a deployment to a workload.
In this hangout +Matthew Revell
will chat with +John Liang (architect of these features) about GSI and Multi-Dimensional Scaling. Matt and John will give you some insight on how this is unique to distributed database deployments and why +Couchbase is so excited about this upcoming release.
When: 27th at 2:00 PM UTC+1
Where: Google+ Hangout On Air/YouTube
How: Post questions on G+, tune in for the broadcast to watch or watch the recording later.