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MongoDB in Action (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 21. Dezember 2011

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Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Kyle Banker works as a software engineer at 10gen, the company behind MongoDB, where he maintains the official MongoDB drivers for Ruby and C. He can be found blogging about MongoDB and related topics of interest at http: //kylebanker.com/blog.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Solid 17. April 2013
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This book is a bit outdated by now (current version of MongoDB is 2.4 and the book covers 2.0) but is still relevant. It covers the product very well. The explanations are clear and detailed enough. MongoDB is a complext product so I read and re-read some pages many times and it helped me a great deal to understand MongoDB in more and more detail. This is the only book I have read so far on MongoDB and I would still recommend it. I hope that the author will update the book with the material related to the new releases.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Best MongoDB book so far.. 22. August 2013
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I regret having not read this book earlier.You can become MongoDB pro after reading this book.It takes you from theory to practice.I highly recommend it to NOSQL fans..
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good Book 31. Januar 2012
Von Chris G. Sebastian - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I originally gave this book a bad review because it had a few coding errors, and the writing style seemed a bit verbose. Since then, I have read a bunch of other books on this topic, and I have decided that this really is the BEST book currently available. If you ignore the minor errors i mentioned, this book's content is excellent -- much better than any of the others I've seen. I highly recommend it!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great book 22. April 2012
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The best thing I like about this book is it is only 250 pages long. Who has time for more these days?
It touches everything but in a concise fashion.
Its simple to read and understand, maybe because Mongo is simple or maybe because the book is simple.
It was a fast read that gave me all the knowledge I need.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Very good breadth and depth -- 4.5 stars 19. Dezember 2011
Von OnceMore - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Very good breadth and depth -- 4.5 stars

This book covers MongoDB 2.0 and provides very useful recommendations on document- and system-design practices and patterns that application developers and administrators can adopt for their own work.

You must know Javascript and enough Ruby basics to be able to follow along, because the code examples use these two languages. If you are a MongoDB novice, note however that 10gen, the company behind MongoDB, does provide drivers in other languages for communicating with MongoDB, including Java, C#, Python, and PHP (please visit the MongoDB web site for a complete list of 10gen- and community-supported drivers and languages).

This book is divided into three parts. Part 1 introduces you to MongoDB, what makes it different from relational databases as well as simple key-value stores, and what application niches MongoDB can be good and not so good or appropriate for. The three chapters comprising Part 1 will get you started with the basics, such as how to install MongoDB, Ruby, and the Ruby driver for MongoDB for Linux, Mac, and Windows; how to startup the server and how to communicate with it using the Javascript shell and the Ruby driver, how to perform simple queries, and how to write a simple web application in Ruby using MongoDB as the data backend.

Part 2 provides tutorials on how to design, create, and manipulate document-oriented data models, with particular attention to achieving safety, flexibility, and efficiency. The tutorials use a data model revolving around Products, Product Categories, Users, Orders, and Product Reviews. The data model is sufficiently rich to facilitate deep-enough discussion of issues and concerns that could arise -- and how to handle them -- when building e-commerce, social media, and/or analytic applications around that data model. The three chapters comprising Part 2 provide a comprehensive introduction to MongoDB's CRUD (Create Read Update Delete) capabilities, and share many document design patterns that application developers can use in their own works.

Part 3 covers practices, tools, and utilities that administrators can use for securing, monitoring, and improving the availability and scalability of their MongoDB systems, as well as tips for developers on how to make their applications performant. The four chapters comprising Part 3 go into deep enough technical detail on how certain parts of MongoDB works under the hood to give both administrators and developers the necessary knowledge to help them make their MongoDB systems secure, available, and performant.

Overall, I thought the book is very well written and organized, and has very good breadth and depth. While there were a few minor editing slip-ups, they did not prove distracting to me. Part 1 failed to mention a few things that could have proved handy to novice developers, such as how to safely shut down a MongoDB Server -- would doing a Control - C be OK? The answer is YES, and this is actually mentioned later in the book. Another thing that might have made the book even more useful is providing more MAP-REDUCE code examples for data aggregation purposes. Currently, MongoDB does not provide many data aggregation functions available to relational database users, and while there is a plan to make such functions available in later releases, MongoDB users currently have to write custom code in the form of MAP-REDUCE functions themselves in many cases. The MAP-REDUCE discussion in the book is rather short, and the 2 code examples are probably inadequate for many developers who have such needs.
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