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Harmony Migration to Using GridFS

When we switched to MongoDB over a year ago, we decided it would be all or nothing. Everything in Harmony is stored in Mongo and that includes users, accounts, sites, content, stylesheets, javascripts, and yes, even assets.

Polyglot persistence promises come from using the right tools and not from dropping X for using Y. Unfortunately the post doesn’t provide enough details to say why GridFS.

Original title and link: Harmony Migration to Using GridFS (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)