4 Steps to Improve Your CouchDB Security

CouchDB has no access restrictions by default, as it is designed to initially only be accessed from `localhost`. If you plan to expose CouchDB to the internet by binding it to your server's public IP address, we recommend you follow these easy steps to secure your CouchDB installation. [...]  

Use Futon to Manage CouchDB

Learn how to use Futon, the built-in web administration tool for CouchDB. Although you can manage CouchDB from the command line through its intuitive HTTP API, most people find that Futon is a much faster and easier way to interact with CouchDB. Futon is an easy, intuitive interface for creating and managing CouchDB databases and documents. Learn how to access and use Futon to manage CouchDB on your 1&1 Cloud Server. [...]  

Working With CouchDB From the Command Line

Learn how to use the Curl utility to work with CouchDB from the command line. Although the Futon web admin interface is an easy way to perform simple operations with CouchDB, the API is the most flexible, fast, and powerful way to perform standard CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) operations in CouchDB, both by hand and with scripts. [...]  

Install and Use CouchDB on Ubuntu 16.04

CouchDB is an open source NOSQL database solution which uses the intuitive JSON format and HTTP protocol. CouchDB is able to reliably scale for any size project, and can be replicated across a wide variety of computing environments, from large-scale cloud server clusters to mobile devices. Learn how to install and use CouchDB on a 1&1 Cloud Server with Ubuntu 16.04. [...]  

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