Tag: MongoDB.

Tech Corner: Auto recovery with MongoDB replica sets


Earlier this year, we rolled out MongoDB for a “page views” feature. This project was in response to an itch we had, and MongoDB scratched that itch quite well. Still, at the time, we were not 100% dedicated to MongoDB. Fast forward a few months, when the “recommendations” project, which had been kicking around the office for over a year, landed at my doorstep.
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Guest post: Why you should track page views with MongoDB


Very few companies track page views in-house these days. Whether needing visibility into web traffic or evaluating the effectiveness of marketing campaigns, more companies are deploying third-party solutions. And why not? With a flexible API, you can query for the data you need and hand off all the dirty work to a proven service. About 4 months ago, Eventbrite needed a new solution for effectively tracking page views.
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