MongoDB Applied Design Patterns

MongoDB Applied Design Patterns Whether you re building a social media site or an internal use enterprise application this hands on guide shows you the connection between MongoDB and the business problems it s designed to solve You

  • Title: MongoDB Applied Design Patterns
  • Author: Rick Copeland
  • ISBN: 9781449340049
  • Page: 164
  • Format: Paperback
  • Whether you re building a social media site or an internal use enterprise application, this hands on guide shows you the connection between MongoDB and the business problems it s designed to solve You ll learn how to apply MongoDB design patterns to several challenging domains, such as ecommerce, content management, and online gaming Using Python and JavaScript code examWhether you re building a social media site or an internal use enterprise application, this hands on guide shows you the connection between MongoDB and the business problems it s designed to solve You ll learn how to apply MongoDB design patterns to several challenging domains, such as ecommerce, content management, and online gaming Using Python and JavaScript code examples, you ll discover how MongoDB lets you scale your data model while simplifying the development process.Many businesses launch NoSQL databases without understanding the techniques for using their features most effectively This book demonstrates the benefits of document embedding, polymorphic schemas, and other MongoDB patterns for tackling specific big data use cases, including Operational intelligence Perform real time analytics of business dataEcommerce Use MongoDB as a product catalog master or inventory management systemContent management Learn methods for storing content nodes, binary assets, and discussionsOnline advertising networks Apply techniques for frequency capping ad impressions, and keyword targeting and biddingSocial networking Learn how to store a complex social graph, modeled after Google Online gaming Provide concurrent access to character and world data for a multiplayer role playing game

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    1. Fino all'ultimo sono stato indeciso tra 3 e 4 stelle.Sarebbe un buon libro tra il principiante e l'intermedio. Ha una buona selezione di pattern di modellazione del DB per diversi casi d'uso, e spiegazioni dettagliate su come sfruttarli.I problemi, però, sono diversi:Cerca di spiegare concetti basilari dei tipi di dato di Mongo, ma poi dà per scontato che l'utente sappia come configurare un server con replicaset e shard.Usa Python come linguaggio per gli esempi. Che, di per sé, non sarebbe un [...]

    2. This book is great for learning MongoDB common design patterns. Lost of code examples validate the proposed patterns on how to use Mongo efficiently in various scenarios.I have learned the difference between embedding subdocuments versus referencing them by "_id", how to manage polymorphic data using Mongo's dynamic schemas and how to mimic transactions, especially this part, in Mongo which is a non transactional database.Not only I learned about this patterns, but also how to apply them in real [...]

    3. This is actually a very useful book since it has detailed overview of real apps' use cases. It is short enough to read it in one day and start to apply advices and techniques in your app.I'm pretty new to NoSQL databases, but this book helped me to understand MongoDB and in particular NoSQL philosophy better.Personally I was interested mostly in Part I, Chapters 4 and 5. However don't skip other chapters, because they may contain plenty of interesting practical ideas.Also this book is good for f [...]

    4. This book gives the reader a pretty good idea of how to use MongoDB in some real-world applications. It is not terribly long, which is good because MongoDB is just not that complex (simplicity is its strength - or weakness, depending on your point of view). I do like code examples, but it does get a little tedious reading a lot of code. Overall, though, you should be ready to use MongoDB after reading this or, if you are already using it, you should learn some new things you need to be aware of. [...]

    5. I was disappointed with this book. Although I am new to MongoDB and the NoSQL world I have read about most of the "Design Patterns" listed in the book. The examples and the reasons why the author choose a specific solutions were inconsistent across the use cases. There are few mistakes in the code snippets, that did not bothered me at all, but the inconsistency in the reasoning was confusing. I felt that the last 3 chapters were unnecessary. I would recommend this book only to someone that has n [...]

    6. A good book demonstrating a lot of approaches to modelling and operating data basing on some real-world examples. The approaches suggested by the authors are rather controversial and arguable sometimes, but despite this fact this book is definitely worth reading.

    7. Excellent read for general NoSql development issues and concepts many of which are not immediately obvious. As a relative Newbie to NoSql and Mongo this book answers many of the questions I initially had on how to manage more complex systems with a NoSql database. Great read!

    8. A quick, but detailed tour of MongoDB by example. I found the discussion on sharding and GridFS particularly interesting.

    9. Good examples of how to use mongo in several different scenarios. This book is for someone who is already comfortable with mongo and looking to learn some best practices.

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