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MongoDB 5 Community on Ubuntu Server 20.04 with 24/7x365 Support

MongoDB 5 Community on Ubuntu Server 20.04 with 24/7x365 Support

By: cloudimg Latest Version: v1.0.0
Linux/Unix
Linux/Unix

Product Overview

cloudimg presents this MongoDB 5 Community on Ubuntu Server 20.04 image preinstalled with system components such as AWS CLI, AWS CloudWatch Agent, AWS Systems Manager Agent, Python 3 & Cloud-Init. A comprehensive user guide can be found in the Additional Resources section of this listing. All cloudimg offerings are updated on first boot to ensure the latest packages and security updates are applied.

MongoDB is a non-relational document database that provides support for JSON-like storage. The MongoDB database has a flexible data model that enables you to store unstructured data, and it provides full indexing support, and replication with rich and intuitive APIs.

MongoDB supports various forms of data. It is one of the many nonrelational database technologies that arose in the mid-2000s under the NoSQL banner -- normally, for use in big data applications and other processing jobs involving data that doesn't fit well in a rigid relational model. Instead of using tables and rows as in relational databases, the MongoDB architecture is made up of collections and documents.

Organizations can use Mongo DB for its ad-hoc queries, indexing, load balancing, aggregation, server-side JavaScript execution and other features.

MongoDB makes use of records which are made up of documents that contain a data structure composed of field and value pairs. Documents are the basic unit of data in MongoDB. The documents are similar to JavaScript Object Notation, but use a variant called Binary JSON (BSON). The benefit of using BSON is that it accommodates more data types. The fields in these documents are similar to the columns in a relational database. Values contained can be a variety of data types, including other documents, arrays and arrays of documents, according to the MongoDB user manual. Documents will also incorporate a primary key as a unique identifier.

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v1.0.0

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Linux/Unix, Ubuntu 20.04

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