Monthly Archives: December 2013

OrientDB as a Business Database

Every now and then you come across open source projects that just amazes you. OrientDB is one of these projects. I’ve always assumed that I’d have to use a polyglot persistence model in complex applications. I’d use a graph database if I want to traverse the information, I’d use a document database when I want…
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Scaling Mongo - Sharding

If you are interested in using MongoDB (Mongo) you are probably also interested in scaling and performance. From a developer's perspective the rich feature set and ease of use make Mongo a good option. And when it comes to scaling Mongo covers distributed load and data via Sharding. But the question is what happens when…
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