MongoDB is a document-oriented NoSQL database which is used particularly to store high volume data. Instead of using the traditional relational databases, like tables and rows, MongoDB uses various collections and documents. These documents consist of key-value pairs that are the basic unit of data in MongoDB. Not just that, MongoDB also provides driver support for most of the popular languages like C, C++, .Net, Java, Perl, and more. Learn the A-Z of MongoDB with this tutorial, including in depth information of what MongoDB is, difference between MongoDB vs MySQL, how to install MongoDB and more. Start learning the MongoDB tutorial now!
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