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Based on 312 reviews and ratings
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Feature Rating Comparison
Data model flexibility
Deployment model flexibility
- Fast performance.
- It's relatively easy to set up in certain environments because there are lots of ready-made solutions out there.
- There's a lot of support in the existing ecosystem for it —, especially in the node.js realm.
- Query syntax is pretty simple to grasp and utilize.
- Aggregate functions are powerful.
- Scaling options.
- Documentation is quite good and versioned for each release.
- I love the idea of Map-Reduce native support in MongoDB. Admittedly I have not used it as much as I would like -- it always seems to trip me up.
- Recent additions to the aggregation queries have helped reduce (no pun intended) my need to better wield the weapon that is Map-Reduce.
Likelihood to Renew
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This is a very convenient "go to" database for application CRUD operations. So many applications need to create, read, update, and delete records. Here's the trick though - as a product changes, the data does as well. Having a database that makes this process easy and avoids the need to manage a schema and migrations is extremely valuable.MongoDB may not be the tool for every need but it is often always a tool that gets used for some need or another.
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I never had problems with the application. It complies with all the characteristics that the company specifies with this product.
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While the setup and configuration of MongoDB is pretty straight forward, having a vendor that performs automatic backups and scales the cluster automatically is very convenient. If you do not have a system administrator or DBA familiar with MongoDB on hand, it's a very good idea to use a 3rd party vendor that specializes in MongoDB hosting. The value is very well worth it over hosting it yourself since the cost is often reasonable among providers.
MongoDB was the most full-featured NoSQL database we evaluated - that offered atomic transactions at a document level, built-in HA & DR, open source, robust queries, and enterprise level support.Other platforms had specific parts of what we were looking for - MongoDB had it all.
Return on Investment
- Much faster development time.
- Price is fantastic compared to MSSQL when you consider OS costs and the entire package.
- Only negative to me is the lack of DBA skills for it, due to it being a new player in the field. I feel like that will get better as time moves on however.
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