Duration: 15:50 min
Mini-Summary: The main feature to scale out in MongoDB, i.e. divide the data among different servers to obtain a performance gain, is using sharding. This feature requires MongoDB servers, a configuration server, a MongoS server and a collection with a partitioned key. This video explain the details of sharding in MongoDB and demonstrate and example of how to set up a sharding environment with two Mongo DB servers, a configuration server, a MongoS server and 10.000 documents in a collection.
: Windows 7, MongoDB, NoSQL
Examples: The video shows how to perform sharing with MongoDB
: MongoDB, NoSQL, Database, Sharding, Shards, Scale Out