MongoDB Use Case: Sharding vs Replication

In this set of scenarios we will explore the difference between MongoDB sharding and replication, and explain when each is the most appropriate solution. Both replication and sharding are forms of horizontal scaling to create a high availability (HA) setup. [...]  

Use Case: Redis vs MongoDB

Both Redis and MongoDB are popular, high-performance "NoSQL" alternatives to a traditional relational database like MySQL. These use cases explore the difference between them. Learn the advantages and disadvantages of each, and find more information on which one will best suit your project. [...]  

Install and Use MongoDB on Windows Server 2016

Learn how to install and use MongoDB on Windows Server 2016. MongoDB is a popular and powerful NoSQL document database which emphasizes flexibility and scalability, and stores data in JSON documents. [...]  

Tutorial: Use MongoDB to Store Comments

MongoDB is a popular NoSQL database which is perfectly suited for a task like storing comments on a high-traffic site where availability and speed are a priority. This step-by-step tutorial will walk through the process of using MongoDB to store and display user-generated comments submitted from a form which does not require a login. [...]