Tag: MongoDB

Episode 230: Shubhra Kar on NodeJS

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Episode 230: Shubhra Kar on NodeJS

Shubhra Kar of StrongLoop talks to Jeff Meyerson about Node.js. Node allows for server-side JavaScript. Shubra and Jeff explore why Node is so important from three standpoints: isomorphic JavaScript, the single-threaded-concurrency model, and the “API economy.” Isomorphic JavaScript apps have their own control and viewing logic, but they share the state and specification of the […]

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Episode 185: Dwight Merriman on Replication

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Episode 185: Dwight Merriman on Replication

Recording Venue: MongoSF, San Francisco Guest: Dwight Merriman As application data size and throughput have outgrown the processing and storage needs of commodity servers, replication has become an increasingly important strategy. In this episode, Robert talks with Dwight Merriman about database replication. Topics covered include replication basics, master-slave versus master-master, failure and recovery, replication versus […]

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