Learn about sharding to share load across servers, and replication for fallback functionality.
- [Instructor] Now that we've covered the basics…of interacting with Mongo, I'm going…to briefly cover some of Mongo's interesting features.…Scaling your Mongo instance is frequently needed…and there are various methods you can use…to improve scalability on your system.…I'll cover both sharding and replication here.…Each of these allows you to spread your database…across different servers but they work differently.…Replication creates multiple servers,…all containing your entire database, and this…can be used to maximize the uptime of your database.…Sharding, on the other hand, splits…it across multiple servers so you can combine…smaller systems to host a more extensive database.…
We won't have a chance to set these up here but you can…learn more about them in the MongoDB documentation.…In the most basic terms, sharding allows you…to partition your database onto multiple servers…allowing for more storage and a greater…capacity for read/write operations.…Multiple CPUs can handle an increased load…and the read/write operations to your database…
- Installing MongoDB for Windows and OS X
- Why Mongo?
- Document-oriented data
- Exploring the Mongo shell
- Importing data into the database
- Building an application in Node.js
- Tuning Mongo queries
- Replication and sharding
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Understand MongoDB
2. Explore the System
3. Build an Application in Node
Node MongoDB setup4m 59s
4. Advanced Topics
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