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Four Operational Essentials: Rock-Solid MongoDB Hosting

Great slides from mongolab‘s Todd O. Dampier about operating MongoDB:

  1. Stay up => high availability
  2. Stay fast => performance & scale
  3. Take good care of your data => data durability
  4. Always know what’s going on => monitoring & alerting

Whatever database you are planning to use for a busy application, someone that specialized in operating it will give you the best insights. They’ve seen the best and worst of it.

Original title and link: Four Operational Essentials: Rock-Solid MongoDB Hosting (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)