Couchbase has launched Version 2.0 of the Couchbase Autonomous Operator for Kubernetes (Autonomous Operator) to unlock developers’ productivity with self-service access to the database while standardizing development, test, pre-production, and production environment.
- Version 2.0 is said to accelerate development of responsive Cloud-Native applications thanks to the Cloud-agnostic application deployment and management platform that enables developers to migrate between clouds freely.
- The latest version also reduces DevOps workload by running Couchbase as an autonomous, fully managed stateful database application.
- Version 2.0 further streamlines complex management tasks with a host of new features, including: Automated User & RBAC Management, Automatic Backup & Restore Management, and Auto-Configuration of Cross Datacenter Replication Management.
- Besides reducing operational costs through automation, Version 2.0 also gives users control and visibility, including: a Fine-Grained advanced Kubernetes Operator Security Model, Certificate Management using Mutual TLS Support, and Centralized Monitoring and Alerting using Prometheus, the de-facto cloud-native standard.
- The Autonomous Operator enables the Couchbase Server to be run next to microservices applications on the same Kubernetes platform.
With Autonomous Operator, enterprises can run a Couchbase Data Platform cluster on any cloud, including: Red Hat OpenShift, Google Kubernetes Engine GKE, Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service EKS, and Microsoft’s Azure Kubernetes Service AKS.