Category: MongoDB

Install MongoDB 4 on CentOS 8

Install MongoDB 4 on CentOS 8

MongoDB is a very popular NoSQL database server. In this article, I am going to show you how to install MongoDB 4 on CentOS 8. So, let’s get started. Adding MongoDB Package Repository: MongoDB is not available in the official package repository of CentOS 8. But you can easily add the MongoDB official package repository…

Set up a MongoDB server with Docker

Set up a MongoDB server with Docker

In this article, I am going to show you how to use Docker Compose to create a MongoDB container and access it using Mongo Express, the web-based MongoDB admin interface. So, let’s get started. Requirements: In order to follow this article, you must have Docker installed on your computer. LinuxHint has a lot of articles…

Install MongoDB 4 on Debian 10

Install MongoDB 4 on Debian 10

MongoDB is a NoSQL database. The latest version of MongoDB is version 4. Officially, MongoDB has package repositories for Debian 8 and Debian 9. MongoDB does not have any packages or repositories for Debian 10 at the time of this writing. If you try to use Debian 9 package repository of MongoDB on Debian 10,…

5 Open Source Big Data Platforms

5 Open Source Big Data Platforms

This article will give you a glimpse of five popular open source tools that can be used for creating a platform of data analytics. Big data is data in the order of terabytes or petabytes and beyond, consisting of mining, analysis, and predictive modeling of large datasets. The rapid growth of information and technological developments…

Docker-Compose MongoDB

Docker-Compose MongoDB

Maintaining the state of your Mongo container across updates. TL;DR For those who are familiar with the workings of MongoDB and Docker volumes and also for those who just want a quick snippet of docker-compose.yml for their project without a lot of in-depth details, here’s a compose file that will do the trick. Make a…