Why be used mangoDB

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Trendsetter Asked on September 10, 2018 in Education.
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MongoDB is an open-source, non-relational database developed by MongoDB, Inc.MongoDB stores data as documents in a binary representation called BSON (Binary JSON). … Optionally, schema validation can be used to enforce data governance controls over each collection.

MongoDB is an object-oriented, simple, dynamic, and scalable NoSQL database. It is based on the NoSQL document store model. The data objects are stored as separate documents inside a collection — instead of storing the data into the columns and rows of a traditional relational database.

Trendsetter Answered on September 20, 2018.
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MongoDB is an open-source, non-relational database developed by MongoDB, Inc.MongoDB stores data as documents in a binary representation called BSON (Binary JSON). … Optionally, schema validation can be used to enforce data governance controls over each collection.

MongoDB is an object-oriented, simple, dynamic, and scalable NoSQL database. It is based on the NoSQL document store model. The data objects are stored as separate documents inside a collection — instead of storing the data into the columns and rows of a traditional relational database.

Learner Answered on September 20, 2018.
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MongoDB is an open-source, non-relational database developed by MongoDB, Inc.MongoDB stores data as documents in a binary representation called BSON (Binary JSON). … Optionally, schema validation can be used to enforce data governance controls over each collection.

MongoDB is an object-oriented, simple, dynamic, and scalable NoSQL database. It is based on the NoSQL document store model. The data objects are stored as separate documents inside a collection — instead of storing the data into the columns and rows of a traditional relational database.

Learner Answered on September 21, 2018.
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