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Introducing MongoDB

September 23, 2013

Bob Roberts:

MongoDB…..enough said!

Originally posted on Business Marketing and IT Consultant | 41studio:

MongoDB is the one of noSQL database, empowering businesses to be more agile and scalable. MongoDB is a general purpose, open-source database. It’s features are:
  • Document data model with dynamic schemas
  • Full, flexible index support and rich queries
  • Auto-Sharding for horizontal scalability
  • Built-in replication for high availability
  • Text search
  • Advendced security
  • Aggregation Framework and MapReduce
  • Large media storage with GridFS
Table of Comparison MongoDB vs MySQL

Database

Operation

Total Rows

Threads

Number of Selected Rows

Run Time (Select + Fetch)

CPU Usage (4 cores)

Select Time

Mongo

Insert

10000000

8

411121 ms

137%CPU

MySQL

Insert

10000000

8

1130493 ms

149%CPU

Mongo

Select+Fetch

10000000

1

5000

17411 ms

105%CPU

3 ms

MySQL

Select+Fetch

10000000

1

5000

5836 ms

109%CPU

5369 ms

Mongo

Select+Fetch

10000000

1

5000

6450 ms

116%CPU

2 ms

MySQL

Select+Fetch

10000000

1

5000

512 ms

208%CPU

66 ms

Mongo

Select+Fetch

10000000

2

5000

12507 ms

110%CPU

3 ms

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