So you are storing some key-values in a dict but your data became huge than
your memory or you want to persist it on the disk? Then mongodict is for you!
As it uses MongoDB to store the data, you get all cool MongoDB things, like
shardings and replicas. It uses the pickle module available on Python standard
library to serialize/deserialize data and store everything as bson.Binary in
MongoDB. You can also provide another codec (serializer/deserializer).