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MongoDB is growing up

If Curt Monash says so…

With that caveat, the MongoDB rewrite story is something like:

  • Updating has been reworked. Most of the benefits are coming later.
  • Query optimization and execution have been reworked. Most of the benefits are coming later, except that …
  • … you can now directly filter on multiple indexes in one query; previously you could only simulate doing that by pre-building a compound index.
  • One of those future benefits is more index types, for example R-trees or inverted lists.
  • Concurrency improvements are down the road.
  • So are rewrites of the storage layer, including the introduction of compression.

Original title and link: MongoDB is growing up (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.dbms2.com/2014/04/17/mongodb-is-growing-up/