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Blog | Aug 24, 2017

MongoDB Tips – Part Two

Posted by Pavan Kumar Paramathmuni

MongoDB is a fast, robust and highly scalable database. It works on many platforms and has many language drivers for its optimal usage. MongoDB is growing day by day and one should have clear understanding of its basics as well as tips for better usage. Click here to read Part One...

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Blog | Aug 3, 2017

Introduction: MongoDB Tips

Posted by Pavan Kumar Paramathmuni

MongoDB repair command goes through every document it can find and makes a clean copy of it. This takes a long time, a lot of disk space (an equal amount to the space currently being used), and skips any corrupted records. Learn few tips from our new blog post by Pavan Paramathmuni on MongoDB. Click here to read more useful tips in Part two...

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Blog | Apr 26, 2016

MongoDB: The Latest Features-Replication

Posted by Ankur Raina


In MongoDB, Replication serves for high availability and redundancy of the database by keeping the same copy of data across several replica sets.
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Blog | Apr 13, 2016

MongoDB: The Latest Features

Posted by Ankur Raina


Wikipedia says that MongoDB is world’s fourth most popular database after Oracle, MySQL and MS-SQL (which have been in the market for more than 20 to 30 years) and the first most popular database for document stores.

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Blog | Oct 23, 2015

Relational to NoSQL: A Terminological Comparison of Oracle and MongoDB

Posted by Ankur Raina


 I recently started working on an interesting mobile application called TaskBud. This app will help users create and share tasks and domestic accounts in a small and new type of social network for the time being referred to as TaskBuddy Network.

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Blog | Jun 30, 2015

MongoDB: The Next Generation, NoSQL, Document Oriented Database!

Posted by Pavan Kumar Paramathmuni


MongoDB is a document oriented database that provides high performance, high availability, and easy scalability. 

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