MongoDB advantages over RDBMS
In recent days, MongoDB is a new and popularly used database. It is a document based, non relational database provider.
Although it is 100 times faster than the traditional database but it is early to say that it will broadly replace the traditional RDBMS. But it may be very useful in term to gain performance and scalability.
A Relational database has a typical schema design that shows number of tables and the relationship between these tables, while in MongoDB there is no concept of relationship.
- MongoDB is schema less. It is a document database in which one collection holds different documents.
- There may be difference between number of fields, content and size of the document from one to other.
- Structure of a single object is clear in MongoDB.
- There are no complex joins in MongoDB.
- MongoDB provides the facility of deep query because it supports a powerful dynamic query on documents.
- It is very easy to scale.
- It uses internal memory for storing working sets and this is the reason of its fast access.
Distinctive features of MongoDB
- Easy to use
- Light Weight
- Extremely faster than RDBMS
Where MongoDB should be used
- Big and complex data
- Mobile and social infrastructure
- Content management and delivery
- User data management
- Data hub
Performance analysis of MongoDB and RDBMS
- In relational database (RDBMS) tables are using as storing elements, while in MongoDB collection is used.
- In the RDBMS, we have multiple schema and in each schema we create tables to store data while, MongoDB is a document oriented database in which data is written in BSON format which is a JSON like format.
- MongoDB is almost 100 times faster than traditional database systems.