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Why The Clock is Ticking for MongoDB

Last month, ZDNet published an interview with MongoDB CEO Max Schireson which took the position that the document databases, such as MongoDB, are better-suited to today's applications than traditional relational databases; the title of the article implies that the days of relational databases are numbered. But it is not, as Schireson would have us believe, that the relational database community is ignorant of or has not tried the design paradigms which he advocates, but that they have been tried and found, in many cases, to be anti-patterns. 

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MongoDB 2.6 Released

Version 2.6 of the MongoDB document database system is available. "We re-wrote the entire query execution engine to improve scalability, and took our first step in building a sophisticated query planner by introducing index intersection. We’ve made the codebase easier to maintain, and made it easier to implement new features.

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Introduction to GlusterFS (File System) and Installation on RHEL/CentOS and Fedora

We are living in a world where data is growing in an unpredictable way and it our need to store this data, whether it is structured or unstructured, in an efficient manner. Distributed computing systems offer a wide array of advantages over centralized computing systems. Here data is stored in...

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Ars Walkthrough: Using the ZFS Next-Gen Filesystem on Linux

In my last article on next-gen filesystems, we did something in between a generic high altitude overview of next-gen filesystems and a walkthrough of some of btrfs' features and usage. This time, we're going to specifically look at what ZFS brings to the table...

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Storage Policies: Coming to an OpenStack Swift Cluster Near You

OpenStack Object Storage (code named Swift) has a fairly frequent release schedule for improvements and new capabilities but naturally, there is always significant gravity around integrated releases for any OpenStack project. Even though the Havana release was very big for OpenStack Swift, with new support for global clusters, the upcoming...

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