Difference between MongoDB and MariaDB
1. MongoDB :
2. MariaDB :
MariaDB is an open source relational database management system (RDBMS) that is a compatible drop-in replacement for the widely used MySQL database technology. It is developed by MariaDB Foundation and initially released on 29 October 2009. MariaDB has a significantly high number of new features, which makes it better in terms of performance and user-orientation than MySQL.
Difference between MongoBD and MariaDB:
|1.||Developed by MongoDB Inc. and initially released on 11 February 2009.||Developed by MariaDB Corporation Ab. and initially released on 29 October 2009.|
|3.||MongoDB provides Multi-document ACID transactions with snapshot isolation.||MariaDB only provides ACID transactions without snapshot isolation.|
|4.||MongoDB has a large base for supporting all the languages in the system.||MariaDB does not support Matlab and shell languages.|
|5.||MongoDB does not work like SQL but has access rights to users based on their roles in the system.||MariaDB has many queries similar and the working is also similar to SQL.|
|6.||MongoDb does not provides the concept of Referential Integrity. Hence no Foreign Keys.||MariaDB provides the concept of Referential Integrity and have Foreign keys.|
|7.||The replication method that MongoDB supports is Master-Slave Replication.||MariaDB supports both Master-Slave Replication and Master-Master Replication.|
|8.||MongoDB supports Map Reduce method.||MariaDB does not supports Map Reduce method.|
|9.||Server operating systems for MongoDB are Solaris, Linux, OS X, Windows.||Server operating systems for MariaDB are FreeBSD, Linux, Solaris, Windows|
|10.||Famous companies like Adobe, Amadeus, Lyft, ViaVarejo, Craftbase, etc uses MongoDB.||Famous companies like CUNY, Accenture, Docplanner, Grooveshark, Northrop Grumman, uses MariaDB.|
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