Pages tagged mongodb:

Choosing a non-relational database; why we migrated from MySQL to MongoDB « Boxed Ice Blog
MongoDB: A Light in the Darkness! (Key Value Stores Part 5) | Engine Yard Blog

Really interesting article about mongoDB and about the installation procedure
"MongoDB can be thought of as the goodness that erupts when a traditional key-value store collides with a relational database management system, mixing their essences into something that’s not quite either, but rather something novel and fascinating. -- MongoDB support is available in many languages, making it a good choice for a system that has to work in a polyglot environment; all of the major languages have support."
Why I think Mongo is to Databases what Rails was to Frameworks // RailsTips by John Nunemaker
Below are 7 Mongo and MongoMapper related features that I have found to be really awesome while working on switching Harmony, a new website management system by my company, Ordered List, to Mongo from MySQL.
The more I work with Mongo the more I am coming around to this way of thinking. I tell no lie when I say that I now approach Mongo with the same kind of excitement I first felt using Rails. For some, that may be enough, but for others, you probably require more than a feeling to check out a new technology
Notes from a production MongoDB deployment « Boxed Ice Blog
Mongo DB Production
Interesting blog post detailing production experiences with mongodb.
Reflections on MongoDB // Collective Idea
Reflections on MongoDB --