What is MongoDB and MySQL?
- MongoDB stores data in BSON format [Binary JSON] as it is a non-relational database.
- For modern application development and for the cloud-based, MongoDB is a general-purpose document database is designed.
- In MongoDB we don’t need to worry about data structure as records can be stored as user required. It was developed by MongoDB Inc on 11 February 2011.
- MySql is a Relational database management system [RDMS] that is an open source.
- SQL – Structured Query Language.
- MySql works in client/server or embedded systems.
- It was developed by Oracle on 23 May 1995.
Why we should use MongoDB or MySQL?
- MongoDB is like documents with a dynamic schema that stores data in JSON format.
- MongoDB is High availability through built-in replication and is easy to use. It is a distributed database and it provides End-to-end security.
- MySql is a low-cost and free database management system.
- It is very simple and less complex to set up.
- MySQL server connects so many clients at the same time so it is multi-thread.
Who is using MongoDB and MySQL?
The following companies are using mongodb :-
- Apollo Group
The following companies are using mysql:-
- BigFish Game
Content Management System using MySql:-
WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Magento, etc.
Which programming languages does mongodb support and mysql support?
The following is supported by MongoDB :-
- C, C++, C#
The following is supported by MySQL :-
- C, C++, C#
Performance and Speed of MongoDB
- MongoDB allows users to write queries in various manners and can handle large amounts of data.
- It also handles large unstructured data and offers faster query processing.
- MongoDB is a NoSQL database.
- MySql is considered slow when it comes to handling a large amount of data in comparison to MongoDB.
- Which database we should use? Well, it’s totally on our needs, as data and information can be measured on what is your need to select the best database.
|MongoDB stores data in a JSON document.
|Mysql stores data in table and row.
|It is schema-less which means you can define your own class or structure to interact with MongoDB.
|If you use MySQL database as we know it uses Structured Query Language so you can’t change the schema.
|Languages are supported by MongoDB C++, C.
|The license available for MongoDB is GPL V2/Commercial.
|The license available for MySql is AGPL V3/Commercial.
|The Application or Service is cloud-based then mongoDB is the better option for you to develop it.
|Security and well structure collection is your high priority then you should go with the Mysql database.
|Join Operation is not supported.
|Join Operation is supported.
|Risk is low compared to Mysql due to design.
|There can be a risk of SQL injection attacks in MySQL.
|If you have Real-time analytics, content management, the internet of things, mobile apps you can go for MongoDB.
|If you have structured data with a clear schema you can go for MySql.
Now you have an overview of MongoDB and MySql.Hope this blog will be helpful for a basic idea about MongoDB and MySql.Thank You
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