Databases – Document Store Databases


title: Document Store Databases

Document Store Databases

A document store database is considered to be yet another type of NoSQL database that is very similar to a Key Value database. A record in a document store represents a single structured document that can be different from all other documents in the database. Unlike a relational database, there is no mapping of objects to various table in the database. Instead we can take the entire object and write it directly into a document store database.

For example, we could have the following object inside of our code.

{ "name": "Codevarsity", "job": "contributor" }

This entire object can be written directly into a document store database without further parsing.

More Information:

MongoDB

Elasticsearch

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