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Michael Nitschinger's Blog:
Using Couchbase as a flexible session store
June 21, 2012 @ 09:24:38

Michael Nitschinger has a new post to his site today showing how to implement Couchbase as a storage mechanism for your session information (including some handy extra features).

What do I mean by flexible? Well, the combination of a highly scalable key-value store and the possibility to query your data through views allows you to gain unique insight inside your data in near realtime. [...] Let's look at some obstacles that we as application developers face and then see how we may solve them through Couchbase and its functionality.

He talks about some of the options to track user sessions (both on the server and client side) including PHP's sessions, HTML5 data storage and memcache. He covers some of the most basic session tracking needs and shows how to use the CouchBase extension to work with and setting some key/value combinations for user sessions. He shows how to query these data structures (JSON data) and filter to find only the records needed

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