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MongoDB — Location Based Sharding, Global View of data

September 23, 2010 Leave a comment

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So here’s an interesting scenario which must have been solved by someone out there without having to write very complex routing code. How do you save your data to the closest data center while still having a global view i.e international customers should have a view of their data no matter where they or their data are and without affecting performance?

This is something that I’ll be exploring in the next few days and more specifically in a high transactional large data volume scenario… I’ll write-up an article on it when I have solutions. Maybe it can help someone out there 🙂  Maybe someone out there has a solution…  Who knows 🙂

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