The Future of MongoDB. Beyond the next release.
Elliot Horowitz recapped:
Mongo 2.8 later in 2014.
– Improved Concurrency
– Storage Engine API
MongoDB 3.0 and Beyond
Why no joins – Less need in a document relational model.
Also don’t want features that create surprise when scaling horizontally.
Approach the same way as Partitioned Joins. Plan ahead on joins across collections to see that everything is on the same shard.
For example add a Query document for a collection. Validate on submission against the Query document.
Incrementing counters for example can work in a multi-master environment
Filtered Replica Sets
eg. a Retailer might want data in every store.
Filtering means that only a section of the data is replicated. Eg. The UK Data Center gets UK data from a Global Data Center.
The ability to tailor storage to performance needs. I think Health care will be big on having encryption as a storage engine.
Providing the ability to manage operations across different types of machines. This may be built in to future versions of MMS.
MMS should be able to automatically adjust cluster size. This looks like some of the Object Rocket features will be embedded in to the core MongoDB offering.
MMS – Providing the ability to find a restore one or more documents without having to restore the entire database.
Connect the backup to a Mongod daemon and it would then be available to query.
Database as a Service Software
MMS will provide this capability for internal or external / cloud use.
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