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No-SQL – Going All The Way

Going All The Way

We have recently made a big architectural change concerning our storage back-end and I wanted to talk about it.

Storage is key to any Big Data problem. As we’ve mentioned in prior posts, most of our performance bottlenecks and optimizations have to do with storage performance and architecture, as opposed to computation. Our architecture for the last few years has consisted of a hybrid approach with “no-SQL” analytics storage using MongoDB and “non-transactional” data stored in a traditional RDBMS, primarily SQL Server. There were a couple of reasons for this architecture. First, we started off entirely in RDBMS-land, because our initial design was done before no-SQL systems were really at a production-level of maturity. Second, most of our customers and prospects had traditional schemas and data organization – making integration easier if we could just use the same object model. (more…)

September 28, 2011 at 4:18 pm 1 comment


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