Tag Archives: flat database

MongoDB Indexing Part 3


Multi Term Query, Drop Index, Nested Fields, Indexing on an array, Unique Index, Compound indexes, Covering Index, Dead Weight Index, Background built Index,

MongoDB Indexing Part 2


Multi Term Query, Drop Index, Nested Fields, Indexing on an array, Unique Index, Compound indexes, Covering Index, Dead Weight Index, Background built Index,

MongoDB Indexing : Part 1


This is a series on MongoDB that will equip you to be a full fledged MongoDB programmer. It covers all the basic tenets in a very easy and concise manner and presents you with just the facts.

MongoDB CRUD Operations


A basic understanding of the SQL Query operations that you can do in MongoDB.

MongoDB : Replica Sets


Previous: MongoDB the shell unpeeled Typically we have a primary server along with a backup server. If the primary fails and if you are well prepared ( and if everything goes well) we can restore the primary from the  backup. MongoDB uses the concept of replication which is a much better alternative to traditional backup […]
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Demystifying MongoDB Consistency


Continuing from the previous Post Data consistency is a big deal, so its worth taking a look at MongoDB handles consistency. In a single database scenario, if we have 2 observers A & B, and there is a document with a value X=’123′. At some point A decides to update the document with say  ‘789’ […]
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Demystifying MongoDB


Overview Databases are at the heart of almost all internet and enterprise applications.  The demand for scale speed and fast application development has brought on a new breed of databases broadly termed NoSQL databases. mongoDB is one of the most popular and fast growing databases. Developers want a database that is easy to use. Relational […]
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