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HASH(0x99711864) étoiles sur 5 Simple but useful book 22 février 2011
Par Oletros - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
Scaling MongoDB is a short book that focuses on how scaling works on the document centered database of the same name.

The book is an enjoyable introduction to scaling MongoDB.

It begins by defining concepts such as sharding or splitting and in how MongoDB splits data between servers.

Step by step the book guide us in how to implement a database cluster, its configuration and administration.

It is so easy that in less than an hour you can have running a cluster in, for example, Amazon EC2 for testing.

It also offers a few tips on how to configure the database depending on the data you're working in.

This book is not a complete manual or an administration guide and it doesn't want to be on, it only provides us an introduction to mongoDB capabilities.
In short, a simple but useful book.
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HASH(0x997118b8) étoiles sur 5 Not a book! 6 juin 2014
Par A. Mefford - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Perhaps it is my fault, I should not have assumed that what looked like a book, cost as much as a book, was really a book and not just a pamphlet.

I was wrong!

This is little more than a pamphlet on MongoDB. It does have some good information, information you will easily be able to digest in a couple of hours tops. That said the depth of the information is not sufficient, how could it be, it is just a pamphlet.

Making matters worse, the content is woefully out of date. It is so out of date, that the pamphlet should be pulled from the shelves.

It would make a good primer on MongoDB 3 years ago at about $10.

I cannot see anyone purchasing this pamphlet at this point being satisfied with the purchase. It is so thin that O'rielly was unable to print anything on the spine. I feel abused, thanks O'rielly.
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HASH(0x99711b94) étoiles sur 5 great book on mongo, succinct and complete 30 juin 2011
Par J. Arroyo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I am new to mongo but this book has been helpful in evaluating and learning about how to scale with it. It's a great book on Mongo, succinct and complete. It doesn't elaborate on every possible scaling topic, but it's enough detail to make important architectural decisions. Mongo is a great new technology, and this book is a good companion. For more info on using mongo in general, check out "MongoDB: The Definitive Guide"
HASH(0x997120d8) étoiles sur 5 Compact and effective tutorial that lays out the basics in a readable form. 1 juillet 2012
Par Joe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
First off, I would like to point out that the author of this small but nifty book on MongoDB architectures has a very useful blog, [...], which has all kinds of useful tricks and tips for emerging MongoDB enthusiasts.

This book is not a programming book, but rather an architecture book that's meant for operations people. It covers the MongoDB architecture and how to scale it. The 3 main implementations covered in this book are the single Mongo instance, replication sets and sharding and how to implement them.

Replica sets are the way MongoDB implements replication. This is covered extensively in the book, which also includes how to best use replication sets and the various ways to implement them. Sharding is also covered in this book. Sharding is the most scalable architecture that MongoDB has and also the most complex because it has several components. These components are: the replica sets themselves, the configuration servers and the routing instance. The author carries it off in this small book and explains them all in a simple and clear language.
HASH(0x99711978) étoiles sur 5 Great info, but missing some bits 4 mars 2014
Par Tyler Renelle - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Great information, and very useful. One complaint: it assumed too much from the reader. On the one hand, you're reading it because you're ready for scale, meaning you've traveled the Mongo road; on the other hand, even then it was quite a difficult read. Eg, I never sussed out the difference between replica sets, shards, and clusters. Maybe an intro on what would lead someone to this point of scale (how much data is too much on a single instance), what specifically are the benefits sharding will provide, show some very basic sample app-code (I vote Node.js). But anyway, while it may require reading twice and picking up the missing pieces elsewhere, it was still very useful information.
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