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The Register recently covered a startup called ObjectRocket that has constructed a MongoDB cloud. From the original article:
ObjectRocket has tweaked the Linux kernel, its network stack, and
MongoDB itself to goose the performance of the NoSQL data store, that
much Lalonde will admit. The company also does not use a server
virtualization hypervisor to isolate customers and their data from each
other, but has a different and somewhat proprietary means of
guaranteeing security, performance, and isolation of MongoDB data stores
on its cloud. Our guess is a mix of SE Linux and Linux containers, but
ObjectRocket is not saying.
You can read more about the secretive startup by heading over to Timothy Prickett Morgan's article
on The Register.
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