Architecture of MongoDB (No SQL Database)

mongodb architecture

MongoDB is the database which has been developed to meet the requirements of the today’s highly versatile and large data volume management and processing.

Hence, in this regard the architecture of the database has been designed and developed accordingly.

Since, MongoDB is a “No SQL” database, it has been developed to combine the critical capabilities of the relational databases with the innovation of providing a robust, flexible, consistent, scale-able, and schema-less database to meet the requirement of the modern databases.

MongoDB Architecture:

The MongoDB in the Core works with the Extended version of JSON kn0wn as BSON (Binary JSON).

Since the Binary JSON is:

  • Lightweight
  • Traversable
  • Efficient

The MongoDB drivers send and receive data in BSON. And however, the MongoDB even stores data as BSON Object. Since, encoding data to BSON and decoding data from BSON can be performed very quickly and hence it is highly efficient also.

As the various database related tasks for the modern applications, the MongoDB can be implemented as a new age database system like РHadoop. But it has great features  that make its very easy to use and implement and make it very friendly to be implemented and used with a variety of modern devices and applications.

The MongoDB database can be configured to receive data from any device and store it and this data can be easily queried from various applications in a very efficient and cost effective manner.

The MongoDB due to such architectural design can be easily implemented for the IoT (Internet of Things) devices as well as for the applications.

Well there is lot more to learn about the MongoDB. As you learn it you will fall in love with it.

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