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caché vs. MongoDB

caché MongoDB + Add column
Preference 46% votes 54% votes
Website www.​intersystems.​com/​cache/​ www.​mongodb.​org
Database model
Data storage
Embeddable Yes Yes
Query language
Data types
Conditional entry updates Yes Yes
Map and reduce Yes Yes
Unicode Yes Yes
TTL for entries Yes Yes
Compression Yes Yes
Integrity model
Atomicity Yes Conditional
Consistency Yes Yes
Isolation Yes Yes
Durability (data storage) Yes Yes
Transactions Yes Yes
Referential integrity Yes No
Revision control Yes Yes
Locking model
Secondary Indexes Yes Yes
Composite keys Yes Yes
Full text search Yes Yes
Geospatial Indexes No Yes
Graph support Conditional No
Horizontal scalable Yes Yes
Replication Yes Yes
Replication mode
Sharding Yes Yes
Shared nothing architecture No Yes
Value size max. 3.64 TB 16 MB
System requirements
Operating system
Native driver
Memory minimum 512 MB ?
Programming language
Description Multimodel Document Oriented Database
Multi-user system Yes Yes
Bluetooth No ?
Accelerometer sensor Yes ?
Extension/Plug-in Yes Yes
Price rating ★★★☆☆ ★★★★★
Multiple projects Yes Yes
Standard compliance Yes No
Software distribution
Adobe Flash Support Yes ?
Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) Yes Yes
Release Date 2017 March 2009
Documentation level ★★★★☆ ★★★★★
RESTful Conditional Conditional
Free to use Conditional Yes
Active Yes Yes
Database Connection Pooling Yes Yes
Real time analytics Yes Yes
Creation Date 1997 ?
Community Driven No Good
WSDL Yes ?
Web interface Yes Yes
Data encryption Yes Yes
API Good Basic
Compiled language Yes ?
Color ?
Online backup Yes Yes
Compiler Yes ?
Key length max 511 1 024
Log Yes Yes
Implementation flexibility 25% votes 75% votes
Download www.​intersystems.​com/​cach…s/​index.​html mongodb.​org/​downloads
Backup functionality Good Good
Query Cache Yes Yes
Ease of use ★★★★☆ ★★★★★
In-Place Update Yes Yes
Free for commercial use No Yes
Sorts Yes Yes
Capped Collections No Yes
Tuneable write concerns Yes Yes
Read preferences Yes Yes
Bitmap index Yes ?
Open Source No Yes
Maximum size 32 TB ?
Triggers Yes No
Server side custom code Yes ?
Perfomance ★★★★★ ★★★★☆
Pipeline Aggregation No Yes
Spring Data Support No Yes
Text Analytics Yes ?
Server Side Java Script Yes Yes
HTML5 Charts Yes ?
JSON Yes Yes
Flexible Table(Schema) Yes Yes
Ajax Yes ?
Max rows in query result 2.5 1 000
ORM Join Support No Yes
Re-Reduce No Yes
Stored Procedure Yes No
Concurrency Yes Yes
Auto-Sharding Yes Yes
24/7 support Yes No
SQL Queries Yes Yes
User and Group role based security model Yes ?
Multi-statement Transactions Yes No
Does your mom understand it No No
Online backup (no locking) Yes ?
CLI` Yes Yes
Multilingual content ? Yes
WYSIWYG-Editor ? Yes
Lines of code ? 617 k
Cloud platform support ?
Admin Generator ? Yes
Partial Index ? Yes
Function Based Index ? No
Level of access authorization ?
Cloud-enabled ? Yes
Pause Test ? Yes
Cross Domain Testing ? No
Materialized Views ? No
Geospatial ? Yes
Geo-distributed ? Yes
Clustering over WAN ? No
Fully Distributed ? Yes
Free edition ? Yes
memcached protocol ? No
Monitoring UI ? Yes
Network datatype ? No
Point In Time Recovery ? No
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  • 💬 Comment
    Some of the features listed above are database specific. It's quite easy to go through a database (or other technology) feature list and point out what "x" competitor/alternative does not have. What's important is to match the database technology with your requirements. These comparisons are a great start but are no substitution for actually implementing 2 -3 use cases in your candidate technology to test design/development/deployment/management.
    Iran Hutchinson24. Sep 2013 / 09:44

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