As a Java developer, we can't develop an insightful application without the use of a database software. Traditionally, we use a relational database to work with an application. Of course, A relational database is a structured database and contains multiple tables to maintain meaningful relations between them. Additionally, it uses SQL like queries to operate with data stored in the tables. In contrast, suppose we have to work with a large amount of unstructured data which is not beneficial to store in the form of tables, keeping other factors in mind as well, then how will we store our data? The simple answer is 'we should use MongoDB' in that case. Further, you might even have some other questions in your
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