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Published 7 months agoSun, 13 Jan 2019 04:40:46 -0800

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I know I've needed a database solution for my website for some time. Now that I'm finally ready to do the work, I'm confused as to when I should use Apache Cassandra versus MongoDB?

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Cassandra can handle massive amounts of unstructured data. In cases where your database needs to rapidly scale with minimal increase of administrative work, Cassandra may be a good choice. In Cassandra, multiple secondary indexes are not fully supported; you can only query using the primary key.

MongoDB uses JSON-like documents that can have varied structures. It uses the MongoDB query language to allow access to the stored data. Since it is schema-free, you can create documents without having to create the structure for the document first.

Indexes are preferred in MongoDB. If an index is missing, every document within the collection must be searched to select the documents that were requested in the query. This can slow down read times.

For more detailed information you can visit here:  https://blog.panoply.io/cassandra-vs-mongodb

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