I have created a port for FreeBSD 8 for MongoDB but I won't be using it for anything because of these things I found out about it: MongoDB has no, worth repeating: NO provisions for on-disk consistency. It doesn't fsync, it doesn't use algorithms that would ensure some degree of safety (e.g. journalling), nothing. The arrow of time - A short time with MongoDB
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Ilya Grigorik is a web performance engineer and developer advocate at Google, where his focus is on making the web fast and driving adoption of performance best practices. Whenever not thinking about web performance, Ilya can be found reading, writing, contributing to or building various projects (e.g. VimGolf, GitHub Archive), out with a camera, or training on a nearby trail. High-Performance Browser Networking (O'Reilly) igvita.com
Anti-RDBMS: A list of distributed key-value stores | High Scalab Update 8: Introducing MongoDB by Eliot Horowit. Update 7: The Future of Scalable Databases by Robin Mathew. Update 6: NoSQL : If Only it Was that Easy. BJ Clark lays down the law on which databases are scalable: Tokyo - NO, Redis - NO, Voldemort - YES, MongoDB - Not Yet, Cassandra - Probably, Amazon S3 - YES * 2, MySQL - NO.
Following the NoSQL movement, I became a fan of key-value databases. Usually there’s nothing interesting to say as they work fine out-of-the-box. But in a project I was recently working on K-V store started to be a major bottleneck. I must note that my use case is pretty specific. In a K-V database I store about ten million records. Yet another Key-Value database
What is Lux IO ? Lux IO is a yet another fast database manager. It supports B+-tree and Array index in either cluster or non-cluster index. Lux IO - Yet Another Fast Database Manager
Primary Keys: IDs versus GUIDs I'm getting pretty sick of being nagged to install your damn apps. XKCD helpfully translates: Yeah, there are smart app banners, which are marginally less annoying, but it's amazing how quickly we went from "Cool!
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Database Editions and Options Oracle Database 12c comes in three editions and features a wide range of enterprise edition options to meet specific customer requirements in the areas of performance and availability, security and compliance, data warehousing and analytics, unstructured data, and manageability. Oracle Database Appliance