Saturday, 28 November 2015

Comparison between MySQL and MongoDB

Comparison between MySQL and MongoDB

Features MySQL MongoDB

Type of Database? Relational Database Document-oriented database
Initial release 23 May 1995 13 October 2015
Current Stable Version 5.7.9 / 21 October 2015 3.0.7 / 13 October 2015
Written in C/C++ C/C++, JavaScript
Open Source Yes Yes
License GPL (version 2) or proprietary GNU AGPL v3.0 (drivers: Apache license)
Offical Website http://www.mysql.com https://www.mongodb.org
How stored Data In Structed, data is stored in tables. Unstructed, data is stored in Collection in JSON Format.
Terminology Table
Embedded documents, linking
Normalization used to minimize data redundancy Normalization is obsolete for MongoDB
Get data from two different tables Joins are used References are used
Transactions vs Atomic Updates MySQL Support No supported
How to get data SQL Query is used you need to used functions with parameter
Security MySQL uses privilege-based security model. MongoDB security features include authentication, authorization and auditing
Select Query
 WHERE name LIKE "%Web%";
db.books.find({"name": { 
"$regex":  "Web" }});
Insertion Query
INSERT INTO users (user_id, age, status) 
VALUES ("100", 20, "Active")
db.users.insert({  user_id: "100",
age: 20,  status: "Active"})
Update Query
UPDATE users SET status = "Active" 
WHERE age > 25
db.users.update( {
age: { $gt: 25 } }, { $set: { 
status: "Active" } }, { multi: true }
Insert data Speed Normall Much Faster as compare to MySQL
Best Database for Very-2 Heavy Site Not MongoDB is better
DBA Required Yes, For better performance Not required
Rich Data Model No Yes
Dyamic Schema No Yes
Typed Data Yes Yes
Data Locality No Yes
Field Updates Yes Yes
Easy for Programmers No Yes
Complex Transactions Yes No
Auditing Yes Yes
Auto-Sharding No Yes

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