Here, in this blog, you will go through what’s so popular about the MongoDB and MySQL databases, its highlights and the list of brands which rely upon these databases. Most importantly, you will get to see a comparative table that outlines the striking differences between the two databases – MongoDB and MySQL. On the whole, this article will shed light on the scope of both these databases towards the high-performance of modern websites and applications.
MongoDB, an open-source document database software and falls under the category of NoSQL database as it uses JSON-like documents with dynamic schemas instead of the traditional table-based relational database structure like MySQL and PostgreSQL. This article will walk you through how to install and configure MongoDB on Ubuntu 20.04. We will do this by first adding the official MongoDB repository to the APT instance, and installing the latest version of MongoDB.