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AolTV Powered by Node.js and MongoDB

Impressive stats for 1 x Varnish - 1 x Nginx/Node.js - 1 x MongoDB architecture. And about MongoDB:

While we tried to make MongoDB non-relational, it almost never worked. TV-Guide data contains several many-to-many relationships, and you simply can’t store them as nested objects. […] What MongoDB really does well, though, is make every JOIN explicit. This encouraged us to denormalize data onto the most specific documents to avoid a second query.

I file AolTV as a solid Node.js + NoSQL database application.

Original title and link: AolTV Powered by Node.js and MongoDB (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://seanhess.posterous.com/surviving-a-production-launch-with-nodejs-and