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Jarvis Architecture Using MongoDB for Asset Information

Jarvis architecture[1] powered by NoSQL:

Jarvis Architecture MongoDB

We chose a hybrid approach for data. We store user and organization data in MySQL but asset information is in MongoDB. This lets us have a traditional schema for organizations having many users and users that have many organizations. We chose a document database for our asset information because the “schema” we had in mind would be a hot mess in a relational database. The freedom of a Mongo enables some really great features which we’ll be unveiling over time.


  1. Jarvis: open source Perl-based web asset management system  

Original title and link: Jarvis Architecture Using MongoDB for Asset Information (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://www.coldhardcode.com/blog/2011/01/jarvis-technical-notes.html