Duration: 17:09 min
Mini-Summary: Among the options to set up a high availability environment with MongoDB we have Replica Sets. This feature is based on a group of MongoDB servers that have specific roles: Primary, the server who is read/write and will receive the connections of the application, and the Secondary servers, which are the other servers in the group that will only receive the data from the primary. This video explain the concepts behind the Replica Set feature of MongoDB and show an example of how to set up an high availability environment with three MongoDB servers. The video also show the automatic failover and the vote process that elect a new Primary server for the Replica Set.
: Windows 7, MongoDB, NoSQL
Examples: The video shows how to set up a replica set environment with MongoDB
: MongoDB, NoSQL, Database, High availability, Replication, Replica Set