Introduction To NO SQL And Working With MongoDB
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- Provide SQL to communicate to data
- In the path, MongoDB stores the data.
- These NO SQL databases differ from others due to the features.
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In this article, you will learn what NO SQL is and how to use MongoDB as NO SQL in ASP.NET Web Application.
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Consider an application — when it goes to production, it works fine. After a few years down the line, the data keeps on growing and lots of performance issues come up. A lot of effort is required by the DBA and developers as to where to partition the data, rearrange the index, implement master and slave data, etc. Some portions of the system data are static (read only), and we can put in MongoDB like Master Database records. (Dropdown values in some cases).
The Product information and product catalog, which is static, can be kept in MongoDB.
There are some external systems where we are not aware of what would be the nature of the data, such as XML, JSON, String, and binary information (Basically unstructured data).These record values can be kept in MongoDB.
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