Tag Archives: nosql

Representing Revision Data in MongoDB

The need to track changes to web content and provide for draft or preview functionality is common to many web applications today. In relational databases it has long been common to accomplish this using a recursive relationship within a single table or by splitting the table out and storing version details in a secondary table. […]

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MongoDB Map Reduce for Analytics

I have a RESTful SaaS service I created which uses MongoDB. Each REST call creates a new record in a statistics collection. In order to implement quotas and provide user analytics, I need to process the statistics collection periodically and generate meaningful analytics specific to each user. This is just the type of problem map […]

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MongoDB Secure Mode

Security in MongoDB is relatively young in terms of features and granularity. Interestingly, they indicate that a typical use case would be to use Mongo on a trusted network “much like how one would use, say, memcached.” MongoDB does NOT run in secure mode by default. As it is, the features that are available are […]

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MongoDB – Boise Code Camp 2012

Welcome to Boise Code Camp, 2012. This year I decided to present on MongoDB. In a previous presentation on MongoDB and some video training I cover installation and configuration and using replica sets. For the code camp this year I explore some of the differences between schema design for a relational database and schema design […]

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Introduction to MongoDB

I put this presentation together for a local web developer meetup. The topic was MongoDB. MongoDB is a database, but unlike traditional relational databases which store data in well defined tables (schema), MongoDB stores data in JSON like documents (BSON). This provides a great deal of flexibility. After you get through this presentation, go have […]

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