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Developing a web application, which is either browser or mobile-based, generally requires provisioning of a few server-side infrastructure along with development of some code to run on it. Such code consume APIs more often, but there are occasional times when they become provider of APIs as well. In such situations, the go-to infrastructure was affectionately known as the LAMP stack and it involved Python, Linux,...

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MongoDB, classified as a NoSQL database, offers easy scalability, high performance, and high availability. It bridges the gap between traditional RDBMS systems. The database has relatively drawn massive attention. Thanks to its document-oriented NoSQL features, distributed key-value store, and MapReduce calculation capability. Nevertheless, the MongoDB development has been specifically done for Big Data processing. The main aim behind the MongoDB development is to preserve as many...

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The open-source, cross-platform compatible and an unsurpassed NoSQL database - MongoDB is an excellent solution for the businesses that have complex and diverse data requirements. It is just the right database choice for all those modern organizations that desire fast, uninterrupted and flexible access to their business data. NoSQL databases are proficient at storing the unstructured data and getting the real-time analytics out of it and...

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Since 1995, MySql- the relational database has gained much popularity and widely adopted for the enterprise applications. After a few years, with the growth of the enterprises, the data volume has also increased and that raised the immediate need of an efficient tool, which can handle the growing volume of data effectively. This need gave a birth to MongoDB- the non-relational database that has taken the place...

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It was the annual developer conference, MongoDB World 2016 in New York, when the MongoDB team announced its greatest launch, The MongoDB Atlas. The NoSQL giant just amazed the world with their new offering that hosted the NoSQL database as a service. Already there are a number of third-party cloud providers around, that offer MongoDB-as-a-service, but, with Atlas, the NoSQL giant has slashed all these...

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It’s not much time since MongoDB released its latest version and made its NoSQL database open and easily accessible to the business analysts, data scientists, executives and other users. The open source database is a cross-platform data store that powers a large number of websites and services today. It acts as a reliable backend support for a number of reputed websites and services like Craigslist,...

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MongoDb, the NoSQL database is a good alternative for relational databases like MySQL. It was designed to address the requirements of the modern web based and cloud based applications that usually deal with volume and variety of data. The faster response time, higher performance, constant availability, adaptability to the future changes and high scalability are some of the characteristics that modern entrepreneurial applications desire from...

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One among the finest document oriented databases is MongoDB. It is a NoSQL database that shuns off all the complex stuff of relational databases and rather depends on JSON based documents with dynamic schemas for better data management. Integrating data into applications becomes really easy and faster with this type of database structure. MongoDB 3.2 is the latest version of this database available in the...

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Database is a term used to define an organized collection of data where data storage and retrieval transactions, issues or any other data aspect is typically carried out by DBMS, The Data Base Management System. While the very early database designs used linked lists, relational mapping process and object model for efficient data storage and retrieval, the modern databases are free of such implementations. One...

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