- In which types of projects, MongoDB is the best suited?
- Can we use MongoDB in large applications?
- Why Open Source CMS and framework doesn't have support for MongoDB?
- How it is different than other open source RDBMS like MySQL and PostgreSQL?
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Mongo is NOT an RDBMS. Don't treat it like one and you'll avoid a lot of mistakes. This is why applications that require an RDBMS don't support Mongo.
MongoDB is well suited to applications where:
It can definitely be used in large applications, with the right engineering. It depends a lot on how the application plans to use Mongo, though. With sharding to spread write loads you can get to some very high throughputs.