Category Archives: nosql

MongoDB Early Impressions

I’ve been doing some prototyping work to see how suitable MongoDB is for replacing a small (in number, not size) cluster of MySQL servers. The motivation for looking at MongoDB in this role is that we need a flexible and … Continue reading

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I Want a New Data Store

While there is a dizzying array of technologies that have the “NoSQL” label applied to them, I’m looking for one to replace a MySQL cluster. This particular cluster has roughly a billion records in it, uses a few TB of … Continue reading

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