17 Best Differences Between Cassandra And MongoDB

17 Best Differences Between Cassandra And MongoDB [How To]


Cassandra Database:-

1.      The Cassandra is the leading NoSQL, distributed database management system.
2.      Developed by Apache Software Foundation and the Initial release were 2008.
3.      Cassandra is an Open Source.
4.      The idea is based on wide column store of BigTable and DynamoDB.
5.      Its extensible record stores and also store data in records with an ability to hold very large numbers of dynamic columns.
6.      It’s Implementation using Java language.
7.      It’s using Server operating systems like BSD, Linux, OS X, and Windows.
8.      Its schema free and secondary indexes restricted.
9.      The APIs and other methods access by proprietary protocols.
10. It Supported to various programming languages like C#, C++, Clojure, Erlang, Go, Haskell, Java, JavaScript, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby and Scala.
11. It’s not use to server side scripts.
12. It’s supported User Defined Types.
13. It’s used sharding methods for partitioning.
14. It’s not used foreign key concept.
15. It’s not used transaction concept.
16. It’s not used concurrency and durability.

MongoDB Database:-

1.      MongoDB is the next generation database that helps businesses.
2.      Developed by MongoDB Inc. and the Initial release were 2006.
3.      MongoDB is an Open Source.
4.      It is Document store Database model and also knows for document-oriented database systems.
5.      It’s Implementation using C++ language.
6.      It’s not cloud based database.
7.      It’s using server operating systems like BSD, Linux, OS X, and Windows.
8.      It’s schema free and supported to the secondary indexes.
9.      The APIs and other methods access by proprietary protocol using JSON.
10. It Supported to various programming languages like Actionscript, C, C#, C++, Clojure ,ColdFusion ,D ,Dart ,Delphi ,Erlang, Go ,Groovy , Haskell, Java, JavaScript, Lisp, Lua , MatLab, Perl, PHP, PowerShell, Prolog, Python, R , Ruby, Scala and Smalltalk.
11. It’s use to server side scripts using JavaScript.
12. It’s not used foreign keys concept.
13. It’s not used transaction concepts.


Summary:-
Both the databases (MongoDB, Cassandra) perform well on reads where the hot data set fits in the memory. Both also emphasize join less data models and provide indexes on documents or rows and MongoDB's indexes are more flexible right now.


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