Migrating WordPress Content to MongoDB

WordPress uses MySQL as a primary database to store its content that includes posts, categories, tags, users, media and other meta details. WordPress also has a pretty awesome import/export feature that generates a generic XML file containing the content information. This article is a part of Codeforgeek redesign series. When we chose to decouple WordPress …

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MongoDB and ElasticSearch Synchronization

MongoDB and ElasticSearch is an amazing pair to develop a NoSQL application with a powerful search. To develop a polyglot database application, we need to perform the data synchronization. In this article, we will learn how to synchronize the data from MongoDB to ElasticSearch on an on-going basis. Polyglot persistence is the concept of using …

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