Articles in mongodb

Omni Labs – Making the Most of Compose

Learn how startup Omni Labs uses Compose-hosted MongoDB and a combination of Node.js, React, and Spark Python to help bootstrap their startup. We had the pleasure of meeting Vikram Tiwari, a full-stack developer at Omni Labs, at DataLayer 2016 in Se…

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NewsBits - MongoDB 3.4, Amazon announcements, ReasonDB, Azure in a box, PHP 7.1.0, Git 2.11, Go 1.8 Beta and Node.js developments

NewsBits for the week ending December 2nd - MongoDB 3.4 goes generally available, Amazon announces and previews at Re:invent, building a box for Azure, ReasonDB is reasonable, PHP 7.1.0 and Git 2.11 are released, Go 1.8 is ready for beta testing, an…

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Connection Pooling with MongoDB

TL;DR Making proper use of connection pooling can massively improve the performance of your MongoDB deployment. At Compose we often get support tickets from customers asking about the performance of their MongoDB deployments. In many cases, these iss…

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Power Prototyping with MongoDB and Node-RED

Do you want to be able to quickly get your database backend fronted by a web service? Node-RED and MongoDB can be a powerful ally in your strategy and we'll show you how. Whether you're just getting started with a small toy project or about to embark…

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DataLayer: Storage Wars - The Art Genome Project

As you can see DataLayer Conf was full of great talks and this next one is no exception. Daniel Doubrovkine, CEO of Artsy.net and 2016 Ruby prize award nominee, took the stage. Daniel presented Artsy.net's Art Genome Project, a classification system…

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GeoFile: Everything in the Radius with MongoDB Geospatial Queries

GeoFile is a series dedicated to looking at geographical data, its features, and uses. In this article, we’ll continue our discussion of getting locations within a radius, but apply it to GeoJSON documents and MongoDB. We’ll be setting up 2dsphere in…

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NewsBits - Not Yet MongoDB 3.4, Encrypted PostgreSQL, SQLPad, Rust, Ruby, Go and more

Compose NewsBits for the week ending November 11th - No, MongoDB 3.4 hasn't been released, encrypting PostgreSQL instances, a pad for your SQL, the latest in Rust, Ruby 2.4 progresses, Go is seven years old, Homebrew gets an update, Lagom starts to t…

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Flying Donut – Making the Most of Compose

Flying Donut has created a simple and intuitive agile collaboration and project tracking tool running on Compose MongoDB and RabbitMQ. Founded in 2012, Flying Donut was born from the frustration that Ioannis Tzikas, Dimitrios Souflis, Pinelopi Kouler…

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The Potency of Idempotent with RabbitMQ and MongoDB Upsert

Designing with possible failure in mind is a good strategy when building with distributed systems. The cloud is a distributed system. Latency, network failures, service end points changing and such are to be expected. If you don't expect them, well,…

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Compose: Now available on IBM Bluemix

The power of IBM's Bluemix cloud platform is now able to seamlessly harness Compose's databases, making Compose-configured MongoDB, PostgreSQL, Redis, RethinkDB, Elasticsearch, RabbitMQ and etcd available to Bluemix users and their applications. The…

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