MongoDB Previous Solutions

Sushil Dwivedi
Team Lead at RBS Securities
We did not use a different NoSQL solution prior to MongoDB. We continue to use Microsoft SQL Server for other types of database implementations that require SQL, which I also have expertise in. View full review »
Pranesh Vittal
Associate Director - Database & DevOps at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We did not use another NoSQL database solution prior to MongoDB. View full review »
reviewer1282530
Digital General Manager at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
We have used Snowflake before and I can tell you what the difference is between MongoDB and Snowflake. Snowflake is a totally different type of database. It is basically shot across small units and its solutions are only for the cloud. Your access can be private and it can be fast on the queries. Whereas with MongoDB, it takes much longer than with Snowflake if you want to extract. Snowflake is much faster. It has good analytics capabilities, though. View full review »
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José Luis García Morillo
Senior Developer at ENEL
Previously we used MariaDB and we continue to use MariaDB for other purposes. We started using MongoDB to manage non-relational data. View full review »
Felix Esteban
Head of Development and Consulting at Logalty
We use MariaDB as the main product of the company, but we find it difficult to fine-tune the database and to increase our services. We also have problems with queries. So we implemented MongoDB with MariaDB because MariaDB doesn't have the same capabilities and now we can do some fine-tuning of the database. View full review »
reviewer1129392
Solutions Developer at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
MongoDB is more secure than similar databases. You can pass documents from there. You can add large data in the same record. It works with PostgreSQL and the like, and it is a structural database. View full review »
SamanJasim
Team Leader at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
I recommend the solution for my current company. They have used MongoDB for two projects now. We chose MongoDB because of its community. View full review »
Monirul Khan
Project Manager & Sr. Database Administrator at BJIT Limited
I have used other databases but they were SQL solutions. MongoDB is different because it is a NoSQL solution and the structuring of data is less formal. It has to be formatted internally. View full review »
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