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Maybe it should be titled...

"Why MongoDB Never Worked Out Two Years Ago When We Tried to Run It For Our First Time For One Feature, And Beside Another Database Which We Really Considered Production."

I've seen and used MongoDB on multiple projects, big and small, and it's fine. It's a database that stores data. Use it for that purpose and you will be ok.




You didn't read the article because the point was that the lesson learned was that if you are going to have two data stores the human tendency is for one to be a second class citizen with regards to support by ops, etc.

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