This week at Google I/O we are launching support for MongoLab‘s fifth cloud provider – Google Cloud Platform. You can now use MongoLab to provision and manage MongoDB deployments on Google Compute Engine (GCE)! So far we are very impressed with the capabilities of the GCE infrastructure. In particular: The network is fast. I mean [...]
You know, I attend a fair number of MongoDB events, and frankly I keep expecting them to get stale. But after being at MongoSF this past Friday, I’m happy to say it hasn’t happened yet. The growth and vigor of the Mongo ecosystem was everywhere apparent, and it has never been more encouraging. Our sincere thanks go out [...]
Last Tuesday I went to a London Java Community talk which promised to debunk the hype around NoSQL. Whether you're already bought into a NoSQL technology, or you're just wondering what all the noise is about, it's worth an hour out of your day to see Akmal Chaudhri's comprehensive summary of the technologies out there.
Skillsmatter recorded the whole thing, as usual, so you can watch the presentation for yourself. I promise neither I nor anyone else from 10gen paid him to mention MongoDB so much.
This is a guest post by Sean Reilly. Release your applications with MongoDB more often and get closer to the ultimate goal of deploying applications anytime and why not at 11am on Wednesday mornings?
This article explores how to make use of MongoDB characteristics in order to avoid the downtime traditionally required by migration scripts in the SQL world. This is in order to get closer to the goal of being able to deploy applications with no downtime.
The basics of MongoDB
Many software developers reading this article will be familiar with the concept of the “build party”. For those who aren’t familiar with the term, this story should exp...
Wikipedia Adopts MariaDB The Security Benefits of RPM Packaging Doom Your Chef in 3 Easy Steps What TokuDB might mean for MongoDB CDNs fail, but your scripts don’t have to [...]