You are probably here because our first articles baited you, or you came via Google and think about using MongoDB in your application. You probably want to know, how to use it to get an advantage over a relational database like Postgres. Let us first revise the CAP theorem for a second.
This is an article about anynines – from the very beginning to the final going out of beta. If you want to learn about anynines history, keep on reading – if you’re eager to know what will happen in the future, hop to the last paragraph of this post!
As you probably know, anynines is build on top of Cloud Foundry which lets you easily deploy and scale applications in a just few minutes. There is a restriction, though: to profit from Cloud Foundry functionality, your application should be build on a shared nothing architecture which means it should be stateless.