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YouGov creates unified global database with MongoDB

Matthew Finnegan | Oct. 6, 2015
Market research firms is adding 50GB of information to its databases each day.

Although YouGov also uses PostgreSQL for relational databases, the company now expects to continue to expand MongoDB throughout the organisation.

"I would say several times a year we add new databases to MongoDB as part of integration applications," said Coombs.

"We have an emerging product called Profiles, which helps companies find the segment of the population that is relevant to their business, and then to query those panellists. That is going to require several new services, all of which will use MongoDB."


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