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MongoDB + RocksDB: Writing so Fast it Makes Your Head Spin

MongoDB + RocksDB: Writing so Fast it Makes Your Head Spin | EEDSP | Scoop.it

Last week, I talked about how we set up Flashback to start benchmarking MongoDB 3.0 and highlighted the insane storage efficiencies achieved with both RocksDB and WiredTiger. As a recap, the amount of storage used dropped by more than 10x when importing a production replica set into either RocksDB or WiredTiger. This next post will dive into how MongoDB with RocksDB performs against production workloads. We initially focused on latencies, which were broken down by operation type. For comparison,

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Future of MongoDB: Fireside chat with MongoDB CTO Eliot Horowitz

MongoDB CTO Eliot Horowitz discusses the future of MongoDB and the product roadmap at the new MongoDB Inc. office in Palo Alto.
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Tuning MongoDB Performance with MMS | Javalobby

Tuning MongoDB Performance with MMS | Javalobby | EEDSP | Scoop.it
At MongoLab we manage thousands of MongoDB clusters and regularly help customers optimize system performance. Some of the best tools available for gaining...
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MongoDB: Now with Hive compatibility

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10gen has added some new features to its MongoDB connector for Hadoop, including support for Hive and the ability to backup MongoDB files in HDFS.
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Integrating MongoDB Text Search with a Python App

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By Mike O’Brien, 10gen Software engineer and maintainer of Mongo-Hadoop
With the release of MongoDB 2.4, it’s now pretty simple to take an existing application that already uses MongoDB and add new...
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Release Notes for MongoDB 2.4 — MongoDB Manual 2.4.0

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The MongoDB Engineering Team is pleased to announce the release of MongoDB 2.4.

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MongoDB 2.4 Highlights

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MongoDB 2.4 is just around the corner:
From Mike Friedman’s Roadmap slidedeck.
Original title and link: MongoDB 2.4 Highlights (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)
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Indexing a Markdown Blog With MongoDB Full Text Search

A. Jesse Jiryu Davis uses the recently announced MongoDB full text search to index his Makrdown based blog: The blog had been using a really terrible method for search, involving regular expressions, a full collection scan for every search, and no...
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Query Mongo: MySQL to MongoDB Query Translator

A free tool for translating MySQL queries into MongoDB. Helpful for SQL users who want to learn about MongoDB by building on their existing knowledge.
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Pig as Hadoop Connector, Part One: Pig, MongoDB and Node.js | Hortonworks

Pig as Hadoop Connector, Part One: Pig, MongoDB and Node.js | Hortonworks | EEDSP | Scoop.it
Series Introduction Apache Pig is a dataflow oriented, scripting interface to Hadoop.
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MongoDB GridFS Over HTTP With mod_gridfs

Aristarkh Zagordnikov wrote me an email describing the reasons that led his company create and open source mod_gridfs.
Some time ago we were looking for a way to serve files to the web right from the...
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Pragmatic Programming Techniques: MongoDb Architecture

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MongoDb Architecture

NOSQL has become a very heated topic for large web-scale deployment where scalability and semi-structured data driven the DB requirement towards NOSQL. There has been many NOSQL products evolving in over last couple years. In my past blogs, I have been covering the underlying distributed system theory of NOSQL, as well as some specific products such as CouchDB and Cassandra/HBase.

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Hadoop Streaming Support for MongoDB

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MongoDB has some native data processing tools, such as the built-in Javascript-oriented MapReduce framework, and a new Aggregation Framework in MongoDB v2.2. That said, there will always be a need to...
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MongoDB data storage structure, dbStats, and managing disk space

MongoDB data storage structure, dbStats, and managing disk space | EEDSP | Scoop.it
Two great posts from mongolab covering details about the structure of MongoDB’s data on disk, how this is reflected in the results returned by the dbStats API, and last some attempts to recover disk...
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Indexing Schemaless Documents in Mongo | Javalobby

Indexing Schemaless Documents in Mongo | Javalobby | EEDSP | Scoop.it
One of the best parts about MongoDB is its entirely schemaless nature.
We can store any kind of data we’d like without having to worry about
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R and MongoDB

MongoDB is a document-based noSQL database. Different from the relational database storing data in tables with rigid schemas, MongoDB stores data in documents with dynamic schemas.
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How to use MongoDB as a pure in-memory DB (Redis style)

The idea There has been a growing interest in using MongoDB as an in-memory database, meaning that the data is not stored on disk at all. This can be super useful for applications like:
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Using Hadoop Pig with MongoDB

In this post, we'll see how to install MongoDB support for Pig and we'll illustrate it with an example where we join 2 MongoDB collections with Pig and store the result in a new collection. Require...
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MongoDB and Full Text Search: My First Week With MongoDB 2.4 Development Release

Chris Winslett of MongoHQ is experimenting with MongoDB text search and [declare himself satisfied: Full-text searching with MongoDB 2.4 is more complex and powerful than originally illustrated in our first blog post outlining this feature.
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MongoDB 2.2 Delivers Improved Analytics and Faster Performance | 10gen

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MongoDB 2.2 Delivers Improved Analytics and Faster Performance

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Mouth is a Ruby daemon that collects metrics via UDP and stores them in Mongo.  It comes with a modern UI that allows you to view graphs and create dashboards of these statistics.  Mouth is very similar to StatsD + Graphite + Graphene.

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Use Fluentd for Real-Time MongoDB Log Collection | DZone

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This post shows how to use Fluentd’s MongoDB plugin to aggregate semi-structured logs in real-time.

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Fluentd is an advanced...
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Hadoop Streaming Support for MongoDB

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MongoDB has some native data processing tools, such as the built-in Javascript-oriented MapReduce framework, and a new Aggregation Framework in MongoDB v2.2. That said, there will always be a need to...
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