No SQL & MongoDB Management

What is NoSQL Database?

Non-tabular databases, such as NoSQL databases, store data in a different way than relational tables. NoSQL databases are classified according to their data model. Document, key-value, wide-column, and graph are the most common types. They have adaptable schemas and can handle big amounts of data and high user loads with ease.

  • Handle large volumes of data at high speed with a scale-out architecture
  • Store unstructured, semi-structured, or structured data
  • Enable easy updates to schemas and fields
  • Be developer-friendly
  • Take full advantage of the cloud to deliver zero downtime
  • Document databases
  • Key-value databases
  • Wide-column databases
  • Graph databases


MongoDB is a NoSQL database management system that is free and open source. Traditional relational databases are replaced by NoSQL databases. Working with massive sets of distributed data is a breeze with NoSQL databases. MongoDB is a database management system that can store and retrieve document-oriented data.

Benifits of using MongoDB

  • Flexible document schemas.
  • Code-native data access.
  • Change-friendly design.
  • Powerful querying and analytics.
  • Easy horizontal scale-out.

Key Components of MongoDB Architecture

  • _id
  • Collection
  • Cursor
  • Database
  • Document
  • Field
  • JSON

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