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NOSQL explanation

Data Your Way

NoSQL is a term used to describe a class of data stores that do not use the traditional tabular model for storing data. Instead, they store data like documents, graphs, or keys/values. This makes them very well-suited for specific applications where the traditional relational model doesn't work well (e.g., in cases where you must traverse relationships between data items).

NoSQL databases have become popular in recent years because they allow for greater flexibility in data handling and can be more easily scaled out to accommodate larger datasets. At the same time, there are many different types of NoSQL databases, MongoDB focuses on either document stores or graph databases. Our team has experience in NoSql, including firebase and others.

We are Mongo Monkeys

At Gad.ai, we understand the importance ofnosql and mongo because our team is experienced in and passionate about these technologies. Our developers have used nosql and mongo in a variety of real-world applications, from content management to data warehousing. So we know the best ways to leverage these technologies to create powerful, efficient solutions for our clients.

Our team also includes some of the world's foremost experts on nosql and mongo. Our Senior Developer, for example, is an acknowledged authority on nosql and has written several articles and documentation on the subject. And our Director of Developer Relations is a mongoDB fanatic, mongoDB one of the most popular nosql databases in use today.

mongoDB Atlas

MongoDB Atlas is a fully-managed cloud database service. It provides all of the features of MongoDB, plus scalability, high availability, and security. With MongoDB Atlas, you don't need to worry about provisioning or managing servers. MongoDB Atlas automatically scales your compute resources up and down according to your needs. And because MongoDB Atlas is hosted on AWS, you can be sure that your data is always safe and secure.

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