Question: Is DynamoDB based on MongoDB?
No, DynamoDB is not based on MongoDB. DynamoDB is a NoSQL database service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS) that uses a key-value data model. MongoDB, on the other hand, is a document-oriented NoSQL database that uses a JSON-like format for data storage. While DynamoDB and MongoDB are NoSQL databases, they have different designs and architectures.
Other Common DynamoDB FAQ (with Answers)
- Is DynamoDB NoSQL?
- Can DynamoDB run on Mac OS?
- Why is DynamoDB better than MongoDB?
- Can DynamoDB have duplicates?
- Does Amazon DynamoDB store healthcare data?
- Can we pass objects as an item in DynamoDB?
- Is DynamoDB ACID compliant?
- Does DynamoDB Support SQL?
- Does DynamoDB support cross-region replication?
- Why is AWS DynamoDB charging me?
- Who owns DynamoDB?
- Why is DynamoDB easy to partition?
- What kind of database is DynamoDB?
- Is DynamoDB a memory store?
- Can DynamoDB be replicated?
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