What do you like most about MongoDB?
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It is easy to use.
It is convenient to use because we can do manipulations with the JSON data that we get. There are also a lot of joins and associations with MongoDB, which makes it easy to use for us.
like its performance and the stability. It's very stable and, performance-wise, it's really great.
MongoDB is scalable and stable. The initial setup is very easy, and deployment and maintenance can be done by one person.
The initial setup isn't really that complex.
It is very easy to create a MongoDB cluster. You can deploy three nodes in one hour.
You can do small configurations to enable routing. It is easy to implement.
Its flexibility, and cost. It is reasonably priced.
MongoDB is relatively fast compared to relational databases.
I like the document storage feature. It's pretty simple.
It is easy to set up.
I like the schemaless architecture that it follows. I also like the sharding that it provides.
It stores historical data with ease. For example, if you are a healthcare member, then you will have multiple records of visits to the doctors. To store such data in Oracle Database, you have to create many records. You might also have duplication problems because your records are going in again and again, because of which the data warehouse and the maintenance cost will be huge. MongoDB is comparatively lightweight. It is a JSON extract. Once you define a schema and extract it, you can push all the relationships in any way you want. It is easier to define and get different types of transactions into MongoDB. It is also easier to set it up as compared to other solutions.
MongoDB is a NoSQL database, which means it is a document DB in which you can store documents that you created in BSON. It is pretty fast in response. It is faster than relational databases because it does not define any primary keys, secondary keys, tertiary keys, and all those kinds of things.
The solution's most important aspect is its seamless database.
The most valuable feature is that you can store unstructured data, which is helpful when you don't know what the best structure should be and you cannot use a relational database because of that.
MongoDB has a simple data-loading interface.
The most valuable feature is the geometric information done with GeoJSON.
I find the integration with other tools very easy.
MongoDB is extremely developer-friendly because when you are starting, there is very little time needed upfront in terms of planning.
The community is great if you have problem.
We can define security rules at the database level or the cluster level to grant or deny access to particular users.
It's easy to add and remove things in MongoDB. You can alter the tables. MongoDB is faster at reading, slower at writings.
We haven't had any issues with stability.
Scalability seems good. I've never been even close to finding the limits. I've run a couple of notes of redundancy but I've never had any problems with scalability.
Easier to maintain the data with its document-based storage.
Is one more resilient than the other?
How supportive are the communities?
Which use cases are better for each?