Building Real Time Systems on MongoDB Using the Oplog at Stripe
June 24, 2014
Technical topics covered: Replication, Querying, Integration | Languages used: Ruby
MongoDB's oplog is possibly its most underrated feature. The oplog is vital as the basis on which replication is built, but its value doesn't stop there. Unlike the MySQL binlog, which is poorly documented and not directly exposed to MySQL clients, the oplog is a well-documented, structured format for changes that is query-able through the same mechanisms as your data. This allows many types of powerful, application-driven streaming or transformation. At Stripe, we've used the MongoDB oplog to create PostgresSQL, HBase, and ElasticSearch mirrors of our data. We've built a simple real-time trigger mechanism for detecting new data. And we've even used it to recover data. In this talk, we'll show you how we use the MongoDB oplog, and how you can build powerful reactive streaming data applications on top of it.
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