MongoDB stores data using a flexible document data model that is similar to JSON. Documents contain one or more fields, including arrays, binary data and sub-documents.
Internet of Things
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Small (<50 employees), Medium (50 to 1000 employees), Enterprise (>1001 employees)
MongoDB is the next-generation database that lets its users create applications never before possible. It is designed for CIOs, architects, DBAs and Ops, Developers and Analysts. MongoDB stores data using a flexible document data model that is similar to JSON. Documents contain one or more fields, including arrays, binary data and sub-documents. Fields can vary from document to document. This flexibility allows development teams to evolve the data model rapidly as their application requirements change. When users need to lock down their data model, optional document validation enforces the rules they choose. MongoDB can make users heroes to the business, ops, and engineering without compromising on risk. The business gets to see its projects done faster than ever before. Ops gets a system that lets them sleep through the night and meet SLAs with 10% of the budget. Engineering gets a database that developers love to use. Furthermore, it fits into its users’ existing infrastructure and processes letting them deploy and upgrade with one click and no downtime. It scales natively and handles failover on its own. It runs in the cloud or on commodity hardware in data centers. For developers, MongoDB makes working with a database simple and elegant. It uses a JSON data model that maps to their applications, and has dynamic schemas that lets them iterate quickly. It has drivers for the languages they use to code. And it has an expressive query language that lets them get, set, sort and aggregate data without writing extra code. It also makes it easy to deploy, provision, and scale.