sponsored by MongoDB, Inc.
Posted:  27 Aug 2012
Published:  01 May 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  16  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

MongoDB is an open source NoSQL database designed for scalability and developer agility. In using a document-oriented database style, and leveraging JSON-like documents with dynamic schemas, data integration in certain types of applications becomes quicker and easier than using tables and rows with a relational database. Additionally, adopting document-oriented databases means you get to keep some of the great features from relational databases like indexing and dynamic queries.

If you're considering deploying MongoDB to your Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2, or if you're looking for a guide about the process, take a look at this paper. Some of the key tips you'll learn include:

  • A step by step process for deploying MongoDB on your platform
  • How to leverage features of the underlying system
  • Different deployment scenarios
  • And more.

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