I’m developing, with some friends, a fairly complex software that provides services for companies and requires a strong layer of security, because every subscribed company has a lot of roles: admins, employers ecc. ecc.
I need an example of Couchbase infrastructure for this particular use case:
1 - I need the mobile offline synchronization
2 - I need vertical and horizontal replication across multiple servers.
3. I need a browser version of the product, in addition to the mobile.
4. I need a centralized RBAC, so that permissions for the mobile are also complied with by the browser.
5. I need speed.
The infrastructure that I had tried to use was Couchbase Server + Sync Gateway, but I found the following problems:
1 - If you use Sync Gateway only for the mobile and Couchbase Server only for the web application, you have the speed but you do not have instead the web site RBAC.
2 - If you do the CRUD operations for the web through the Sync Gateway RESTful APIs, you have RBAC on the web side but you have the following problems:
1 - To update and delete you have to use the revision_id
2 - You lose in speed, because as I noted CouchNode (I use Node.js as a server-side language), is much faster than HTTP.
Can anyone recommend a new idea of infrastructure using Couchbase Server and Couchbase Sync Gateway?