MongoDB Tutorial Library

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MongoDB - Indexing

Indexing is a necessary operation in MongoDB which brings efficiency in various execution of statements. In this chapter, you will learn about the concept of indexing and how it can be implemented in the MongoDB database.

    MongoDB - Advanced Indexing

    Indexes in any database are essential in improving the performance of their data retrieval speed, and the same is true for MongoDB. By using indexes, performance in MongoDB queries becomes more efficient. In this chapter, you will learn about the different indexing techniques and their limitations.

      MongoDB - Concept of Replication

      In MongoDB, replication can be implemented for the processing where it is taken care of that same data is accessible on more than a single MongoDB server. Through this concept of MongoDB, the availability of data increases. In this chapter, you will learn about this concept.

        MongoDB - Concept of Sharding

        Sharding is an approach of distributing data across different machines. In other words, it can be said that the sharding concept is used for splitting large data sets into undersized data sets across several MongoDB instances. In this chapter, you will learn about this MongoDB feature name - sharding.

          MongoDB - Export

          MongoDB provides a utility called mongoexport to its users, through which users can export data from MongoDB databases to a JSON file format or a CSV file format. In this chapter, you will learn about mongoexport command, which is used in MongoDB to export the data from the database.

            MongoDB - Data Backup and Restore

            MongoDB allows you to backup and restores the data, and in this chapter, you will learn about how this concept can be implemented in MongoDB.

              MongoDB - Regular Expression

              Regular expressions are a pattern matching technique provided by MongoDB as a feature that is used to search for a string within documents. In this chapter, you will learn about the regular expression in MongoDB.

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