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MongoDB Represents the Perfect Opportunity for Rackspace's Fanatical Support

Rackspace in a post explaining why they bought into MongoDB through the acquisition of ObjectRocket:

MongoDB is easy to get started, but complex to manage and scale.

I bet 10gen loves reading things like this. It also serves well the adoption of MongoDB.

Original title and link: MongoDB Represents the Perfect Opportunity for Rackspace’s Fanatical Support (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.rackspace.com/blog/why-mongodb/


Rackspace Buys MongoDB Hosting Provider ObjectRocket

According to GigaOm, Rackspace has acquired MongoDB hosting provider ObjectRocket, of which I’ve heard about only recently when I learned something absolutely fascinating:

The cloud is broken. It’s not designed to properly run persistent data stores like MongoDB. ObjectRocket is designed from the ground up to fix this problem.

Rackspace first thing to do after signing the docs is to take this page out.

Original title and link: Rackspace Buys MongoDB Hosting Provider ObjectRocket (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)


The Cloud Is Broken for MongoDB

The cloud is broken. It’s not designed to properly run persistent data stores like MongoDB. ObjectRocket is designed from the ground up to fix this problem.

Any snarky comments fit perfectly.

James Watters

Original title and link: The Cloud Is Broken for MongoDB (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.objectrocket.com/details