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MongoDB Features Roadmap: Full Text Search, Data Compression, Schema Validation

Kenneth Falck shares on his blog what he learned at the recent MongoDB event in Stockholm, covering:

  • MongoDB indexing
  • MongoDB replica sets
  • MongoDB sharing and performance

The one bit I wanted to emphasize before reading his post:

10gen has a shortlist of features they would like to develop soon. Full text search is at the top. Other things included are at least data compression and possibly schema validation as a related feature.

From the developer’s friendliness perspective MongoDB is the most attractive NoSQL database. And these features will make it even more so.

Original title and link: MongoDB Features Roadmap: Full Text Search, Data Compression, Schema Validation (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://kfalck.net/2012/04/06/mongodb-stockholm-2012