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The guys over ☞ the changelog have published an...

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The guys over ☞ the changelog have published an interview with Michael Dirolf (10gen, producer of MongoDB) covering subjects like: MongoDB MapReduce, MongoDB ORMs, the BSON format , etc.

Michael has also (indirectly) confirmed what I knew about auto-sharding support in MongoDB being still in alpha — a question I’ve posted a couple of days back on ☞ Twitter:

I keep reading about #mongodb auto-sharding feat, but afaik it is just an alpha version. Have I missed something?

I still haven’t got the time to dig into MongoDB’s ☞ BSON, but even so, I’m still pretty sure it would be a better approach to this custom method for reading and writing general record structures in Hadoop.

Last, but note least, make sure you check Michael Dirolf’s Introduction to mongoDB presentation.