One of the best NoSQL databases you can get
March 06, 2019

One of the best NoSQL databases you can get

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with MongoDB

MongoDB is a solution for our company's NoSQL database. It is currently used by a few departments in our company. Our company needs to store millions of records and needs them to be written and read fairly quickly and MongoDB came into our sight as we looked for solutions. So far we have deployed one cluster and it processes millions of records every day.
  • Durability. MongoDB has a cluster structure ensures that data will endure without losing it. The primary-secondary-secondary structure is the key to preserve data.
  • Fast response. MongoDB responds to request in milliseconds which is very fast for data processing.
  • Price is fair. For the amount of money we spent, the product serves us well.
  • I understand the P-S-S structure is meant to be secure but sometimes I feel in some places it is redundant.
  • For more complex queries, it can be hard to work with.
  • The document is kind of not up to date.
  • Its ease of set up saves us time in our NoSQL database.
  • The durability of the database gives us peace of mind over not losing data.
  • It is a great solution for unstructured data.
It does not belong to certain cloud platforms. MongoDB is an independent program that works with any cloud platform including Amazon Web Services and the Google Cloud Platform. For companies who want to maintain a cloud agnostic structure, MongoDB is a great choice for NoSQL databases. You can simply combine MongoDB with either of the cloud platforms to make your own clusters.
From a DevOps engineer's view, MongoDB is easy to set up. That is one thing I like about MongoDB. The cluster is also easy to configure. I did not encounter many troubles in the process. MongoDB also has a wonderful management tool called Ops Manager. It is a standby server that monitors the whole MongoDB cluster. You can get all the information you need about your cluster from Ops Manager. It is a very useful tool.
If you have a large amount of unstructured data, (like NoSQL), to be read or written in a short amount of time, MongoDB is a great choice for this. Its structure well secures the data from being lost. It has good scalability to handle an increasing amount of data. It has a well-supported team to help you set up and maintain the cluster. Overall, it is a good choice to use for a NoSQL database.

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