Have you come across something called MongoDB? Do you know what MongoDB is? If it’s a NO, then the moment has come to find out what exactly it is!. MongoDB is nothing but the most popular NoSQL database, which is an open-source document oriented database used by beginners to professionals. MongoDB stores data in JSON-like documents. JSON-like documents are significantly believed to be the most natural way to think about data, and are much more expressive and powerful than the traditional row/column model.
In simple words, It's More than just a database.
What is MongoDB?
MongoDB is a cross-platform, simple, and document-oriented database that provides;
- High performance
- High availability
- Easy scalability
It is based on the NoSQL document store model. Mongo DB works on the concepts of collection and document. MongoDB uses documents inside a collection.
Collection is a group of mongoDB documents.A collection exists within a single database.Collections do not enforce a schema. Documents within a table can have different fields.Typically,all documents in a collection are of similar or related purpose.
A document is a set of Key-Value pairs.Documents have dynamic schema.Dynamic schema means that documents in the same collection do not need to have the same set of fields in a collection’s documents may hold different types of data.
When we need a NOSQL Database we choose MongoDB for many reasons.Some of them are as follows:
- It works well in the cloud(both public and private clouds such as AWS,Azure and Google Cloud)
- Easy to get started
- Used by many companies all over the world,So MongoDB has money to keep development going.
- It is a powerful way to store and retrieve data that allow developers to move fast.
- MongoDb can be used everywhere by anyone
- Thousands of companies like
- MongoDB is a true data platform with a comprehensive suite of tools to make working with data remarkably easy for everyone
So why not use MongoDb? Start using MongoDb right now!
If you want to learn more about MongoDB, do not miss the chance to join the MongoDB session organized by Women In FOSS Community - NSBM.
Click register here to register for the event.
Date: 25th October 2020
Time: 7.00 pm onwards
Via Google Meet