MongoDB Map Re-Reduce and joins – performance tuning

"Why do we use map reduce in MongoDB? Cos it doesn't support joins." -  And everybody believes that now! I decided that it was time to try something different. I was amazed to see how little there is on the net about map re-reduce. And there is even lesser information about how to work with multiple … Continue reading MongoDB Map Re-Reduce and joins – performance tuning

Amazon EC2 and MongoDB configuration for great performance

Sometimes, we prefer using Amazon EC2 directly for our Rails stack. No offense  to Heroku but we need a more controlled environment; and no offense to EngineYard as they don't support MongoDB on their environment as yet. We were faced with several problems that we wanted to solve Control our environment without MongoDB hogging all … Continue reading Amazon EC2 and MongoDB configuration for great performance