MongoDB Other Solutions Considered

Pranesh Vittal
Associate Director - Database & DevOps at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We use a lot of different database products and the choice depends on the use case. With respect to NoSQL, we did not evaluate other vendors because when we implemented this solution four and a half years ago, it was the only scalable NoSQL database. This made it a rather obvious choice for us at the time. View full review »
Consultant6578
Consultant at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
My first foray into MongoDB was actually when I started using a Google data store which is very similar. We ran into problems because we didn't have any search or solutions for it. We switched over to MongoDB because that had the basic search engines we needed so we can actually get some basic search going and be able to scale out. We didn't do a technology selection. We just had other technologies that didn't pan out so we gradually moved into MongoDB. View full review »
SamanJasim
Team Leader at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
When you compare MongoDB to other DBs like the SQLOne, they are all the same system, in terms of performance. I did a benchmark between SQLBase and MongoDB. The performance and some queries in SQLBase are much better. View full review »
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Ravi Kumar Gupta
Technical Architect at Azilen Technologies Pvt Ltd
We did compare Cassandra against MongoDB, but we faced a few problems while data was restoring with Cassandra and chose MongoDB to avoid such issues. View full review »
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