Redis as an analytics complement to MongoDB

As one of the most popular NoSQL data storages, MongoDB, is classified as a document store where the data is organized around manipulation and searching a variant of JSON-based documents called BSON (short for binary serialized object notation). MongoDB, the Mongo name is extracted from the word humongous, was started by the MongoDB Inc. company in 2007 and was released under an open source license in 2009. MongoDB is still sponsored and developed by MongoDB Inc with customers having the option to purchase enterprise support and hosting for MongoDB from the company:

Redis as an analytics complement to MongoDB

MongoDB Document Store

As a document-oriented ...

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