Couchbase is a distributed, scalable NoSQL cloud database across a diverse range of computing deployments. It is a key-value and document database with consistent and dependable performance.
This is a Spring Boot integration between Couchbase and Collibra. By choosing this integration, you will be able to reliably retrieve your metadata from Couchbase. This will help you preserve your buckets, packages, and properties. The integration will then ensure that all the important metadata is transformed and upserted to your Collibra Platform instance as assets.
This integration will help you increase trust and data citizen engagement around data streams that pass through, are collected by, or are
produced in Couchbase.
The data center makes it straightforward for you to track changes in your Couchbase metadata. This gives you the confidence to plan and
engage with relevant business process owners accordingly.
- A Spring Boot integration that retrieves metadata from Couchbase.
- Upserts the transformed data as assets on the Collibra Platform.
- Collibra Cloud
- Collibra 5.7.5 and newer
- Eclipse IDE
- Spring Boot Framework
- Collibra Platform v2021+
- Spring Boot Integration Library
- Java Runtime Environment 1.8
- Couchbase Server EE v6.6.3 / v7.0.2
License and Usage Requirements
- Collibra Catalog
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