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A NoSQL database environment is a non-relational database system that allows for the fast organization and analysis of disparate and high-volume data types.

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    • Tutorial

      How To Install and Configure Neo4j on Ubuntu 22.04

      Neo4j is a graph database that records relationships between data nodes, whereas traditional relational databases use rows and columns to store and structure data. Since each node stores references to all the other no...
      2 months agoBy Jamon CamissoDatabasesUbuntuNoSQLUbuntu 22.04
    • Tutorial

      How To Install and Secure Redis on Ubuntu 22.04

      Redis is an in-memory key-value store known for its flexibility, performance, and wide language support. This tutorial demonstrates how to install, configure, and secure Redis on an Ubuntu 22.04 server.
      2 months agoBy Mark DrakeDatabasesSecurityUbuntuNoSQLRedisUbuntu 22.04
    • Tutorial

      How To Monitor MongoDB's Performance

      MongoDB comes installed with a variety of tools and utilities you can use to observe database performance. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to monitor database metrics on-demand using built-in commands and tools. Yo...
      5 months agoBy Mateusz PapiernikDatabasesMongoDBMonitoringNoSQL
    • Tutorial

      How To Use Sharding in MongoDB

      Sharding is a strategy some users will implement to help them scale their database horizontally, with the hope being that the improved scalability will outweigh the added complexity. This guide outlines how sharding w...
      6 months agoBy Mateusz PapiernikDatabasesMongoDBNoSQL
    • Tutorial

      How To Use Transactions in MongoDB

      Though they were a staple feature of relational database management systems for many years, ACID transactions are a relatively new feature in MongoDB. This tutorial explains what transactions are and how you can initi...
      7 months agoBy Mateusz PapiernikDatabasesMongoDBNoSQL
    • Tutorial

      How To Use MongoDB Compass

      With MongoDB Compass, you can access most of the features the MongoDB database engine offers through an intuitive visual display. You can glance through the databases, collections, and individual documents, interactiv...
      8 months agoBy Mateusz PapiernikDatabasesMongoDBNoSQLApplications
    • Tutorial

      How To Use Aggregations in MongoDB

      MongoDB provides aggregation operations through aggregation pipelines — a sequential series of data processing operations through which the documents go to obtain the final result. In this tutorial, you’ll learn by ex...
      8 months agoBy Mateusz PapiernikDatabasesMongoDBData AnalysisNoSQL
    • Tutorial

      How To Install and Secure Redis on Ubuntu 18.04

      Redis is an in-memory key-value store known for its flexibility, performance, and wide language support. This tutorial demonstrates how to install and configure Redis on an Ubuntu 18.04 server.
      9 months agoBy Mark Drake, Justin EllingwoodUbuntuRedisNoSQLUbuntu 18.04
    • Question

      Is it same for Ubuntu 20

      Will this work for Ubuntu 20.04.2 which is the version I have on my digitalocean server.Thanks
      1 answer9 months agoBy MaphistoMongoDBUbuntuNoSQLUbuntu 18.04Databases
    • Question

      How to update current user role on mongoDB

      How to update current user role from read/write an specific db only access to userAdminAnyDatabase?
      1 answer10 months agoBy mrtonyq22MongoDBUbuntuSecurityNoSQLDatabasesUbuntu 20.04
    • Conceptual Article

      An Introduction to Document-Oriented Databases

      This conceptual article outlines the key concepts related to document databases and discusses benefits of using them. Examples used in this article reference MongoDB, a widely-used document-oriented database, but most...
      11 months agoBy Mateusz PapiernikDatabasesNoSQLConceptualMongoDB
    • Question

      Using "No Sql" database with Digital Ocean App deployment

      I’d like to take advantage of Digital Ocean’s “App deployment”, but I don’t seem to find an option for no-sql database. The type doesn’t much matter, as this is new development and the initial usage will be light. Wha...
      1 answer1 year agoBy jamisonrobertsNoSQLDigitalOcean App Platform
    • Question

      IPDB vs BigchainDB vs HBASE vs OrbitDB vs MySQL vs MariaDB vs Cassandra vs MongoDB vs PostgreSQL vs Oracle vs Redis vs CockRoachDB

      It seems a big title, but I’d like a discussion about decentralized databases solutions Is there out there a decentralized + high auto scalable + high speed + secure solution also if someone have some numbers (because...
      No answers yet1 year agoBy stubfeedDatabasesMySQLNoSQL
    • Question

      I am getting the following error after following your instrutions

      MongoDB shell version v4.4.5connecting to: mongodb://127.0.0.1:27017/?compressors=disabled&gssapiServiceName=mongodbError: couldn’t connect to server 127.0.0.1:27017, connection attempt failed: SocketException: Error ...
      1 answer1 year agoBy dann81MongoDBSecurityNoSQLDatabases
    • Tutorial

      How To Configure Keyfile Authentication for MongoDB Replica Sets on Ubuntu 20.04

      This tutorial outlines how to update an existing replica set to use keyfile authentication. The procedure involved in this guide will also ensure that the replica set doesn’t go through any downtime, so the data withi...
      1 year agoBy Mark DrakeDatabasesSecurityUbuntuMongoDBNoSQL
    • Tutorial

      How To Configure a MongoDB Replica Set on Ubuntu 20.04

      The practice of synchronizing data across multiple separate databases is called replication. In MongoDB, a group of servers that maintain the same data set through replication are referred to as a replica set. This tu...
      1 year agoBy Mark DrakeDatabasesSecurityUbuntuMongoDBHigh AvailabilityNoSQL
    • Tutorial

      How To Secure MongoDB on Ubuntu 20.04

      MongoDB doesn’t have authentication enabled by default, meaning that any user with access to the server where the database is installed can add and delete data without restriction. In order to secure this vulnerabilit...
      1 year agoBy Mark DrakeDatabasesSecurityUbuntuMongoDBNoSQLUbuntu 20.04
    • Question

      Server configuration recommendations

      What are the recommended minimum configuration parameters when setting up the server to be used for the Neo4J install?
      1 answer1 year agoBy iuvieneNoSQLDatabases
    • Question

      How To Deploy an ASP.NET Core Application with Neo4j on Ubuntu 18.04

      I have an ASP.NET CORE MVC web application, and I have used graph database Neo4j, Now I want to deploy my application to Ubuntu, So how I’ll do this. Please help…
      1 answer1 year agoBy gilaniamarblesNginxDeploymentUbuntu 18.04NoSQLGraphQLMySQL
    • Question

      Can ScyllaDB cluster be deployed to DO without performance bottleneck?

      According to ScyllaDB hardware requirements it needs network interface speed of 10 - 56 GB/s for production work loads, but as far as I know currently all droplets have 2 GB/s network interfaces which is too slow for ...
      Accepted Answer: Hi! I’m honestly am not very familiar with ScyllaDB, but do know that our network speed is 2 GB/s for both Basic droplets and Dedicated droplets (General Purpose, CPU optimized, Mem optimized, Storage optimized).
      2 answers1 year agoBy kaushalyapDatabasesNoSQLNetworking