Migrating to NoSQL – MongoDB

Conclusion

All NoSQL databases operate on similar principles: Lots of RAM and fast disks usually enhance performance; however, you should pay attention to the differences and tradeoffs, as you would any new technology.

Given MongoDB's popularity and widespread use, a great deal of knowledge has been shared online, in mailing lists, and at conferences. As a result, MongoDB use cases encompass everything from general-purpose to high-performance databases.

The Author

David Mytton founded the London MongoDB User Group and has one of the oldest production MongoDB deployments. He is the founder of http://www.serverdensity.com – a SaaS tool for server monitoring and cloud management.

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