MongoDB vs Hadoop


MongoDB and Hadoop are emerging trends in NoSQL persistence and BigData. Our executive summary provides CEOs, CTOs, CIOs and VPs the basic decision making information. The technical whitepaper provides VPs, Directors and technical staff with detailed information about where these two technologies fit as well as how NoSQL, Map Reduce and lack of database transactions affect them. Our goal is not to advocate for either Hadoop or MongoDB but to describe the difference between them in factual terms.

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Mongo vs Hadoop Whitepaper

  • Executive Summary - aimed at CEOs and executives looking for a high level overview of the differences in the technologies and their place in the market. [pdf]
  • Whitepaper - aimed at technical staff and management looking for a detailed understanding of the differences and their use. [pdf]