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CouchDB: SSH Tunneling into CouchDB's Futon

During the development and administration of your CouchDB server and application you may wish to access the “Futon” interface, or interact with the data store from the local machine. This guide shows you how to connect to your CouchDB instance in a secure manner using an SSH tunnel.

As long as you cannot use https, this might be a good solution.

Original title and link: CouchDB: SSH Tunneling into CouchDB’s Futon (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)