The Little MongoDB Book

The Little MongoDB Book Il Piccolo Libro di MongoDB la traduzione autorizzata di The Little MongoDB Book di Karl Seguin MongoDB un database NoSQL open source facilmente scalabile e ad alte prestazioni Mantiene alcune simili

  • Title: The Little MongoDB Book
  • Author: Karl Seguin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 452
  • Format: ebook
  • Il Piccolo Libro di MongoDB la traduzione autorizzata di The Little MongoDB Book di Karl Seguin MongoDB un database NoSQL open source, facilmente scalabile e ad alte prestazioni Mantiene alcune similitudini coi database relazionali il che, a mio avviso, lo rende un ottima scelta per chi si sta avvicinando al mondo NoSQL Il Piccolo Libro stato scritto proprio per qIl Piccolo Libro di MongoDB la traduzione autorizzata di The Little MongoDB Book di Karl Seguin MongoDB un database NoSQL open source, facilmente scalabile e ad alte prestazioni Mantiene alcune similitudini coi database relazionali il che, a mio avviso, lo rende un ottima scelta per chi si sta avvicinando al mondo NoSQL Il Piccolo Libro stato scritto proprio per questo tipo di lettore, ma soddisfer senz altro anche l esperto che vuole saperne di pi su Mongo Non lasciatevi ingannare da facilit d uso e giovane et MongoDB in grado di soddisfare anche i palati pi esigenti.

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    1. A very much to-the-point book. Obviously it does not cover advanced topics in detail, such as Replication, Sharding, Indexing (Indexing is the same as for relational DBs) and of course it can't in this short and concise book (less than 30 pages). The author has a purpose in this book - to give you a head start to MongoDB, and he serves it in the best way. So one can get up and running with MongoDB in couple hours; and of course the companion interactive tutorial ( mongly.openmymind/tutorial ) ma [...]

    2. A great example on how one can use few words to explain the most important parts of a system. In this small book you get to know the most fundamental parts of MongoDB. With a bit over 30 pages you don’t get to know the details, but with the big picture you know enough to go and read the more on the topics that interest you.

    3. Inside book you can find some common questions related to MongoDB: - getting up and running basic CRUD operations - data modeling for MongoDB - when to use MongoDB - MongoDB MapReduce - performance and tools

    4. A light and easy introduction to MongoDB. But what I really wanted was this. (That being said, it did help me get a few things straight w/r/t/ querying and updating prior to turning to that index.)

    5. A quick intro to Mongodb. Would have loved a bit deeper discussion about the sharding, as well as a chapter on how to write scripts for the mongo shell. But overall quite nice.

    6. Great book!Now the challenge for someone who has always used an RDBMS is to think in terms of documents and collections and embrace the "join-less" world.

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