Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Year: 2019
Volume: 14
Issue: 19
Page No. 7218 - 7222

Performance Evaluation for MongoDB and Redis: A Comparative Study

Authors : Safaa Alraddadi and Sultan Almotairi

Abstract: NoSQL databases have been emerging as promising technology as well as the customary platform for big data application. These databases become an alternative approach for relational databases based on what it characterized as fast access data, limited query and efficient horizontal scalability. This study aims to investigate the performance for MongoDB and Redis databases in light of basic operations. The experimental result measure execution time for each operation which in turn helps to determine suitable NoSQL Model for a specific application because there is a little correlation between performance and data model. The results show Redis is better when the dataset is large and two databases have the same performance in insert operation when dataset is small. In case complex query MongoDB is the best choice.

How to cite this article:

Safaa Alraddadi and Sultan Almotairi, 2019. Performance Evaluation for MongoDB and Redis: A Comparative Study. Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 14: 7218-7222.

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