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MongoDB 6 Community Edition on Ubuntu Server 18

cloudimg offers MongoDB 5 Community on Ubuntu Server 18 with preinstalled system components like AWS CLI, AWS CloudWatch Agent, AWS Systems Manager Agent, Python 3, and Cloud-Init. Comprehensive user guidance can be accessed in the Additional Resources section. All cloudimg options are updated with the latest packages and security patches upon the initial boot.

MongoDB is a non-relational document database designed for JSON-like storage. It boasts a flexible data model suitable for storing unstructured data, extensive indexing support, and replication capabilities, all accessible through intuitive APIs.

MongoDB is versatile, accommodating various data forms. It’s part of the NoSQL database technologies that emerged in the mid-2000s, primarily for big data applications and data processing tasks that don’t fit well within rigid relational models. Instead of tables and rows typical in relational databases, MongoDB uses collections and documents.

Organizations utilize MongoDB for its ad-hoc queries, indexing, load balancing, aggregation, server-side JavaScript execution, and more.

MongoDB employs documents, which consist of field-value pairs within records. Documents serve as the fundamental data unit in MongoDB, resembling JavaScript Object Notation but using Binary JSON (BSON), which supports a wider range of data types. Fields in these documents are akin to columns in relational databases and can hold diverse data types, including other documents, arrays, and arrays of documents, as outlined in the MongoDB user manual. Documents also include a primary key for unique identification.

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