MongoDB is an open-source document-based database management tool that stores data in JSON-like formats. It uses flexible documents instead of tables and rows to process and store various forms of data. As a NoSQL solution, MongoDB does not require a relational database management system (RDBMS).
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MongoDB is an open-source document-oriented NoSQL database software. It is developed by MongoDB Inc. and is free to use and available for commercial purposes under the GNU Affero General Public License (AGPL.
MongoDB is similar to other NoSQL databases in that it stores data in flexible, JSON-like documents. It can be either run on a single server or on a cluster of servers, with the latter making it more resilient to failure. The database uses a document as its main model, with dynamic schemas and automatic indexing that allows for free-form queries. These features are intended to allow developers to build and run applications with greater ease than with SQL.
The name “Mongo” comes from humongous, which was a term coined in the 1960s by one of the founders of System Development Corporation, who worked on the Multics project. The term has been applied by analogy to large amounts of data ever since. One of the founders of MongoDB Inc., Eliot Horowitz, said that the company’s original name, 10gen, was not meant to imply that 10GB would be the upper limit of the product; rather, he said, it was supposed to reflect the company’s mission to empower developers to build huge things.
LeadFuze is a sales intelligence platform that helps companies identify sales opportunities and connect them with their decision makers using marketing automation technpogy. Unlike many other platforms, LeadFuze not only automates lead generation but also provides analytics that help clients qualify leads and close deals faster. With LeadFuze, marketers can easily integrate with CRMs like Salesforce to track important metrics across channels like email, social media, phone calls and web visits. The integration between LeadFuze and MongoDB allows marketers to analyze and gain insights into all lead data stored in MongoDB.
LeadFuze supports integration with MongoDB as MongoDB compatible database. Making data stored in MongoDB accessible through LeadFuze enables marketers to see how leads are generated through different channels and improve lead quality by using complex filters that are impossible to implement in any other database management system. For example, the below filter will show only those leads who were generated through Twitter and had an interaction with website within last 7 days (ie they visited our website within last 7 days. This type of complex filter can’t be created in any other DBMS. It is also possible to create queries that filter on values stored in different attributes – we can create a query that shows leads who are interested in .NET technpogies but from California (ie they have a value in their State attribute equal to “California” and have a value in their Interest attribute equal to “Microsoft .NET”. This type of query can’t be created in any other DBMS without creating multiple tables and joining them together.
The benefit of using MongoDB as a data store is that it facilitates quick development of complex filters that are impossible to implement in any other DBMS. Also, because MongoDB is a document-oriented database it makes it possible to create multiple indexes on the same field which again can make it easier for developers to create complex queries that filter on different fields.
As this article proves, MongoDB is not only a good fit for LeadFuze but also for many other types of applications. This means that if you need a modern, scalable database management system for your application you should definitely consider using MongoDB!
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