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Why the Document Data Model
Traditional relational databases are no longer cutting it when it comes to providing a flexible, powerful, and universal data repository or for querying rapidly changing data that arrives in unstructured and semi-structured formats.
A plethora of new options like data lakes and data warehouses are now popular solutions. But what about the document data model?
This style of database is based on JSON-like files, which present a powerful opportunity for database innovators.
Read on to learn more about document databases like MongoDB, and how they can support transactional, operational, and analytical workloads with a flexible schema.