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MongoDB Tutorial

MongoDB Tutorial

MongoDB tutorial provides basic and advanced concepts of SQL. Our MongoDB tutorial is designed for beginners and professionals.

MongoDB is a No SQL database. It is an open-source, cross-platform, document-oriented database written in C++.

Our MongoDB tutorial includes all topics of MongoDB database such as insert documents, update documents, delete documents, query documents, projection, sort() and limit() methods, create collection, drop collection etc. There are also given MongoDB interview questions to help you better understand the MongoDB database.

What is MongoDB

MongoDB is an open-source document database that provides high performance, high availability, and automatic scaling.

In simple words you can say that - Mongo DB is a document oriented database. It is an open source product, developed and supported by a company named 10gen.

MongoDB is available under General Public license for free and it is also available under Commercial license from the manufacture.

The manufacturing company 10 gen has given the definition of Mongo DB:

"Mongo DB is scalable, open source, high performance, document oriented database." - 10 gen

MongoDB was designed to work with commodity servers. Now it is used by company of all sizes, across all industry.

Purpose to build MongoDB

This may be a very genuine question that - "what was the need of MongoDB although there were many databases in action?"

This is a very simple answer:

All the modern applications require big data, fast features development, flexible deployment and the older database systems not enough competent, so the MongoDB was obviously needed.

Main purpose to build MongoDB:

  • Scalability
  • Performance
  • High Availability
  • Scaling from single server deployments to large, complex multi-site architectures.

Key points of MongoDB

  • Develop Faster
  • Deploy Easier
  • Scale Bigger

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Prerequisite

Before learning MongoDB, you must have the basic knowledge of SQL and OOPs.

Audience

Our MongoDB tutorial is designed to help beginners and professionals.

Problem

We assure that you will not find any problem in this MongoDB tutorial. But if there is any mistake, please post the problem in contact form.

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