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SolidFire: SSD Offers Huge Performance Boost to MongoDB

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MongoDB is a popular open source "NoSQL" database platform, offering functionality not available in traditional, relational databases, such as MySQL.

SolidFire hopes the performance increases offered by its all-flash storage solution will attract enterprises aiming to maximize the speed of their MongoDB deployments. "Enterprises choose to deploy NoSQL solutions for a variety of reasons," said SolidFire founder and CEO Dave Wright. "Our customers often cite performance, scalability, and ease of deployment as key factors in choosing to deploy MongoDB. The YCSB Benchmark demonstrates that utilizing SolidFire’s all-flash array with MongoDB allows businesses to achieve their objectives regardless of type of workload."

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