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Mongo Scaling

Mongo Scaling

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Published by Alvin John Richards
Given at : FrOSCon
In this talk we will cover Schema Design, Replication & Sharding and how they affect building a scalable system with MongoDB. First we will cover the basic concepts and then go over some sample use cases and discuss the alternatives. After this talk you should leave with some great strategies for building your application in MongoDB that will scale as you need it to.
Given at : FrOSCon
In this talk we will cover Schema Design, Replication & Sharding and how they affect building a scalable system with MongoDB. First we will cover the basic concepts and then go over some sample use cases and discuss the alternatives. After this talk you should leave with some great strategies for building your application in MongoDB that will scale as you need it to.

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Published by: Alvin John Richards on Aug 21, 2011
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Easy to Start, Easy to Develop, Easy to ScaleAlvin RichardsSenior DirectorEnterprise Engineeringalvin@10gen.com
1Sunday, August 21, 2011
 
Topics we will cover fast!
Vertical Scaling
Horizontal Scaling with MongoDB
Schema & Index design
Auto Sharding
Replication
2Sunday, August 21, 2011
 
Scaling
Operations/sec go up
Storage needs go up
Capacity
IOPs
Complexity goes up
Caching
3Sunday, August 21, 2011

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