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Can MongoDB become King of NoSQL?

Jun 20, 2011, 19:01 (2 Talkback[s])
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"MongoDB is written in C++ and returns key value stores in conjunction with RDBMS systems. Therefore, Monodb’s are fast and have several functional features. It essentially manages json-type documents. This gives great flexibility and data modelling can be handled more naturally through documents itself. This also means that the regular features of SQL are retained however with embedded indexes etc, document-level handling happens making it a faster and easier Data Base Management System. Its open source license with full support through 10gen ensures that commercial supported is delivered for enterprises. The data can thus be nested within intricate hierarchies and yet remain as easy to query and index as SQL itself."

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