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MongoDB in Action is a comprehensive guide to MongoDB for application developers. The book begins by explaining what makes MongoDB unique and describing its ideal use cases. A series of tutorials designed for MongoDB mastery then leads into detailed examples for leveraging MongoDB in e-commerce, social networking, analytics, and other common applications.
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Part 1 Getting started
1. Chapter 1 A database for the modern web
1.1. Born in the cloud
1.2. MongoDB’s key features
1.3. MongoDB’s core server and tools
1.4. Why MongoDB?
1.5. Tips and limitations
2.1. Diving into the MongoDB shell
2.2. Creating and querying with indexes
2.3. Basic administration
2.4. Getting help
3. Chapter 3 Writing programs using MongoDB
3.1. MongoDB through the Ruby lens
3.2. How the drivers work
3.3. Building a simple application
Part 2 Application development in MongoDB
4. Chapter 4 Document-oriented data
4.1. Principles of schema design
4.2. Designing an e-commerce data model
4.3. Nuts and bolts: on databases, collections, and documents
5. Chapter 5 Queries and aggregation
5.1. E-commerce queries
5.2. MongoDB’s query language
5.3. Aggregating orders
5.4. Aggregation in detail
6. Chapter 6 Updates, atomic operations, and deletes
6.1. A brief tour of document updates
6.2. E-commerce updates
6.3. Atomic document processing
6.4. Nuts and bolts: MongoDB updates and deletes
Part 3 MongoDB mastery
7. Chapter 7 Indexing and query optimization
7.1. Indexing theory
7.2. Indexing in practice
7.3. Query optimization
8. Chapter 8 Replication
8.1. Replication overview
8.2. Replica sets
8.3. Master-slave replication
8.4. Drivers and replication
9. Chapter 9 Sharding
9.1. Sharding overview
9.2. A sample shard cluster
9.3. Querying and indexing a shard cluster
9.4. Choosing a shard key
9.5. Sharding in production
10. Chapter 10 Deployment and administration
10.2. Monitoring and diagnostics
10.4. Performance troubleshooting
Appendix A: Installation
Appendix B: Design patterns
Appendix C: Binary data and GridFS
Appendix D: MongoDB in PHP, Java, and C++
Appendix E: Spatial indexing
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About the Technology
Big data can mean big headaches. MongoDB is a document-oriented database designed to be flexible, scalable, and very fast, even with big data loads. It's built for high availability, supports rich, dynamic schemas, and lets you easily distribute data across multiple servers.
About the book
MongoDB in Action introduces you to MongoDB and the document-oriented database model. This perfectly paced book provides both the big picture you'll need as a developer and enough low-level detail to satisfy a system engineer. Numerous examples will help you develop confidence in the crucial area of data modeling. You'll also love the deep explanations of each feature, including replication, auto-sharding, and deployment.
- Indexes, queries, and standard DB operations
- Map-reduce for custom aggregations and reporting
- Schema design patterns
- Deploying for scale and high availability
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