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Experimental Pluggable Storage Engines in MongoDB

One of the great things about MongoDB is that it’s fully open source, so when new experimental features are released they can immediately be used. This is the case for the pluggable storage engines that are scheduled for the release of the latest MongoDB edition.

Access this short guide that describes how these pluggable storage engines provide users the ability to choose a storage engine that best suits their workload, and with the API planned to have full support of all MongoDB features. Inside, find an example of how to build mongo with the rocksdb example storage engine presented at MongoDB world.

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