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Posted Sep 22, 2009

Introducing MongoDB

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From Linux Magazine]

Web applications and traditional relational databases are nearing an end to their tumultuous relationship. For over a decade now, most Web applications have been built on top of relational databases, with various layers of indirection to simplify coding and boost the productivity of developers. For every Web programming language, there are any number of object-relational mapping (ORM) choices, each with pros and cons, yet none good enough that a developer can forget about SQL or ignore protecting the database. Moreover, as Web applications grow more complicated and sites need to be created faster, adapt instantly, and scale massively, these old solutions are no longer satisfying the demands of the Web.

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