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InformationWeek on MongoDB

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In addition to MongoDB, systems such as CouchDB or Cassandra are in use on social networking and game sites, including Farmville, and online retailing, such as Amazon.com.

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Like other large cluster software, such as Hadoop, MongoDB generates two replicas of the original data set in the server cluster so that it can tolerate a hardware failure


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InformationWeek on MongoDB originally posted on the NoSQL blog: myNoSQL

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