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"We are using the Community Edition of MongoDB.""It is rather expensive.""MongoDB is an open-source solution.""This is an open-source solution.""We use the open-source version, which is available to use free of charge.""I don't know, but I have heard from people who procure it that it is much cheaper than Oracle."

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Berkeley DB
Open source database alternative to relational databases. It simplifies development and is extremely scalable.

Oracle Berkeley DB provides the best open source embeddable databases allowing developers the choice of SQL, Key/Value, XML/XQuery or Java Object storage for their data model. At its core is a fast, scalable, transactional database engine with proven reliability and availability. Berkeley DB comes three versions: Berkeley DB, Berkeley DB Java Edition, and Berkeley DB XML.

The Oracle Berkeley DB family of high performance, self-contained databases provides developers with a fast, transactional database solution with a track record of reliability, unmatched scalability and five-nines (99.999%) or better availability. Oracle Berkeley DB is well suited to Independent Software Vendors, device and equipment manufacturers, and enterprises or software companies building solutions which need a data management component. The Oracle Berkeley DB family of products provides fast, local persistence with zero oversight administration.

Customers and end-users will experience an application that simply works, reliably manages data, scales under extreme load, and requires zero oversight in deployment. Your development team can focus on your application and be confident that Berkeley DB will manage your application’s data.

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MongoDB is ranked 1st in NoSQL Databases with 13 reviews while Oracle Berkeley DB is ranked 1st in Non-Relational Databases. MongoDB is rated 8.0, while Oracle Berkeley DB is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of MongoDB writes "Good security, highly-available when installed in a cluster, and no schema is needed to store data". On the other hand, MongoDB is most compared with InfluxDB, Scylla, Couchbase, Oracle NoSQL and Neo4j, whereas Oracle Berkeley DB is most compared with SQLite, FoxPro, IBM IMS and Amazon SimpleDB.

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