Month: May 2012

REPLY: Goodbye MongoDB

Apparently an article written by a user with the handle MacYET is making its way around the Internet. The link is here if anyone wants to read it (link). While mongodb is a new and emerging technology it does have room for improvement. I’d like to look at what MacYET sees as the problems with

Using Fabric To Deploy EC2 Instances

This article goes on to explain how you can use fabric to deploy EC2 instances with a single command on Ubuntu. I’m sure the steps are fairly similar with other Linux distros. We will cover how to setup your user’s ssh-key, as well as SSL certificate for use with the AWS API and finally what

MongoDB Memory Management

As I continue to watch the community and observe which questions which are asked over and over again I feel inclined to blog about common misconceptions or misunderstandings for new mongodb users. Lately I see a trend of questions regarding how mongodb utilizes memory and memory mapped files.