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Using NoSQL MongoDB with ColdFusion
 

Using NoSQL MongoDB with ColdFusion

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Use of No-SQL databases in web applications is becoming increasingly common. In part this is because they work well with rapid application development due to their schema-less nature. And partly ...

Use of No-SQL databases in web applications is becoming increasingly common. In part this is because they work well with rapid application development due to their schema-less nature. And partly because they scale well in a cloud-based environment without too much effort.


MongoDB is one of the many No-SQL database technologies available today. It's schema-less nature works very well with rapid application development nature of ColdFusion. Unlike other No-SQL databases, it offers the ability run arbitrary queries against databases without having to first write map-reduce functions. It also has some other interesting features like capped collections with asynchronous write ability.


In this session, Indy takes you through some common use-cases for considering MongoDB with ColdFusion applications, contrasting it with other No-SQL databases like CouchDB. And he shares his experiences of using it with cloud-based ColdFusion applications. The aim of the session is to provide an overview of using MongoDB with ColdFusion so that you have another tool to consider when working on your next web application.


This was presented at CFObjective, Melbourne, November 17-18, 2011.

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  • Two application problems:\n\nApplication 1: \n100s of millions of rows being written in clustered CF app\nSingle table with fixed number of columns\nMysql works, but slows down\nNo replication\n\nApplication 2\nApplication to generate mini applications, where number of columns can differ from each mini application to mini application\nBasic analytics needed\n\n
  • Two application problems:\n\nApplication 1: \n100s of millions of rows being written in clustered CF app\nSingle table with fixed number of columns\nMysql works, but slows down\nNo replication\n\nApplication 2\nApplication to generate mini applications, where number of columns can differ from each mini application to mini application\nBasic analytics needed\n\n
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Using NoSQL MongoDB with ColdFusion Using NoSQL MongoDB with ColdFusion Presentation Transcript