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Let’s Get Technical – How We’ve Used MongoDB to Build Gliph

gliph mongodb technical backend database mmsGliph co-founder and CTO, Nick Asch, authored a new blog entry on how Gliph has used MongoDB as one of its databases.

The entry was published in the official MongoDB MMS Blog and focuses on how MongoDB Management Service (MMS) can help track system stats and handle unexpected loads.

Here’s a paragraph from the entry:

“A service like Gliph has fairly complicated components, including user data encryption, messaging with scheduled delivery and expiry, integration with major wallet providers (each with their own API), among many other pieces. We’re a small team adding features quickly, and iterating is easiest when your system is stable. But our system wasn’t always as robust as it is today!”

Read the complete writeup at the MMS Blog