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How Sharding is Accomplished in MongoDB

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Sharding is a method of partitioning a single dataset across multiple databases — for both performance improvements and to increase the dataset’s total capacity. But how do we address the issues of concurrency, load balancing, and routing in a sharded database cluster? Watch as we investigate the pitfalls and explore the solution provided by MongoDB and the WiredTiger storage engine.

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