scuttle: mongo

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  1. Neat in browser (or node) datastore written in Javascript that supports automatic syncing with a couchdb (or probably other) backend. Works offline with auto resync upon going back online. Pretty darned nifty.
  2. PaaS offering for a wide range of platforms, free up to 8 servers, 2G of ram, 100M database. Supports, PHP, Node.js and more.
  3. PaaS offering for Node.js. Based on units called "drones". Starts at $3/month for a single drone, free for open source projects.
  4. The CakePHP MongoDB plugin. Include the plugin, create a model, flag it to be sent to Mongo, and boom, your'e in business. Simple, elegant.
  5. Useful intro to using MongoDB with CakePHP. Works quite nicely, load the plugin, specify your model should use Mongo, and boom, you're in business.
  6. Scripts to auto install node.js on Ubuntu. Includes a few handy dependencies, etc. Neat.
  7. Interesting article on how webpop built their infrastructure on Rackspace's cloud. Includes links to a few useful tools (chef, wormly, new relic, nagios, ganglia, and others).
  8. Ruby, Node.js and Clojure application hosting. Pricing is based on web and background workers. One node free.

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