The benefits for MongoDB 2.0
If you have seen my Twitter’s profile, you can look that I’m a MongoDB big fan, and on September 12th, the MongoDB’s Development Team announced the version 2.0 of the popular NoSQL database, used by several companies and with a great community behind advocating, using and trusting on the good and useful features of it.
New Features, MongoDB rocks !!!
This new version brings a lot of good features and improvements, but for me like a devops guy, this list are my rocks:
- the compact command: It’s a very useful tool to compact a single collections and its indexes. On previous releases, there was a only way to this reparing the completed database
- Sharding Authentication: After of the version 1.9.1, you have the chance to use authentication with the replica sets and sharding. You can see the official docs to learn more about this
- Priority on the Replica Sets: This, basically introduced a new priority value between 0 and 1000, which is used to control which server on the replicat set you prefer like primary. This is very useful for large productions systems like Foursquare and Craiglist
A big sight to MongoDB
The MongoDB community is living a great momment with the NoSQL solution:
- Dwight Merriman, and its team at 10gen are more proud to supports MongoDB
- SAP, the big multinational company behind Bill McDermott’s and Jim Hagemann Snabe’s leadership, choosed MongoDB as its Enterprise Content Management(ECM) system for its PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) offering to atrack more customers everyday
- Everyday, the Production Deployments’s list on the MongoDB site grows exponentially, so more and more people are more interested on the platform
So, a little advice for you: if you are using large set of data and you want to use a cheap, reliable and a great NoSQL, I recommend to you that you have to look to MongoDB, seriously.
- Marcos Ortiz Valmaseda
- Linux Infrastructure Engineer && IT Consultant
- Linux user 418229