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Oracle Database logo
4.6
457

Discover the Right Database for You

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Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.1
    Ease of use
    4.1
    Features
    4.5
    Customer support
    4.2
Pros and Cons from Oracle Database users   
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+15
I am very happy with the software, in fact, I am making an living as an oracle DBA, once you know the product, it is a super good database product.
It is really unusual to allow a bad programmer to use a sequence for several tables. Beyond that that would be a bad development practice the biggest mistake is that the tool invites you to commit it.
For me this is the best Database, because it is safe, reliable and very nice organized. It handles tremendous amounts of data without problems.
This comment is about personal preference: it is sometimes difficult to switch between Oracle and MS-SQL, which is a problem as we run software that uses both.
If you know SQL, then you can use Oracle Database. Easy interface, easy of use and a great variety of resources makes this tool excellent to develop and maintain your own database.
But sometimes it will keep having you put information in at every startup of your computer at that part can be annoying.
The Oracle database is the best database that I have used so far. The ease of use and data storage and retrieval is really fast and secure.
The software also crashes occasionally, which was frustrating.
It's a competitively priced database service for mid sized companies with ever improving UI capabilities. The thing that has impressed me the most so far though, is the customer service.
This is quick to set up and easy to understand. There are some really useful features which makes it better than other similar database softwares.
There's a super convenient button that changes the case of all code you highlight in the editor, so you can type in the case that's convenient for you and update everything with the button.
I like how easy it is to search for what I need from this database. This database is pretty convenient once you get used to it.
Oracle Database is a best solution for enterprise-level data. We under our educational enterprise found it very easy to use and compatible with all our needs and demands.
The thing I hear most about Oracle is that it is secure. I think that it is so secure because it is really hard to integrate with.
It is fast and efficient and easily scalable. Also, it is one of the best databases from the integration standpoint as it allows one to make REST calls to perform CRUD operations over your tables.
Decent price and even better customer service.
Strong data base option with a high support price.
It is little bit hard for beginner and costly otherwise Oracle is very important for business. It would be more better if mentioned above points are improve.
I am very happy with the software, in fact, I am making an living as an oracle DBA, once you know the product, it is a super good database product.
It is really unusual to allow a bad programmer to use a sequence for several tables. Beyond that that would be a bad development practice the biggest mistake is that the tool invites you to commit it.
For me this is the best Database, because it is safe, reliable and very nice organized. It handles tremendous amounts of data without problems.
This comment is about personal preference: it is sometimes difficult to switch between Oracle and MS-SQL, which is a problem as we run software that uses both.
If you know SQL, then you can use Oracle Database. Easy interface, easy of use and a great variety of resources makes this tool excellent to develop and maintain your own database.
But sometimes it will keep having you put information in at every startup of your computer at that part can be annoying.
The Oracle database is the best database that I have used so far. The ease of use and data storage and retrieval is really fast and secure.
The software also crashes occasionally, which was frustrating.
It's a competitively priced database service for mid sized companies with ever improving UI capabilities. The thing that has impressed me the most so far though, is the customer service.
This is quick to set up and easy to understand. There are some really useful features which makes it better than other similar database softwares.
There's a super convenient button that changes the case of all code you highlight in the editor, so you can type in the case that's convenient for you and update everything with the button.
I like how easy it is to search for what I need from this database. This database is pretty convenient once you get used to it.
Oracle Database is a best solution for enterprise-level data. We under our educational enterprise found it very easy to use and compatible with all our needs and demands.
The thing I hear most about Oracle is that it is secure. I think that it is so secure because it is really hard to integrate with.
It is fast and efficient and easily scalable. Also, it is one of the best databases from the integration standpoint as it allows one to make REST calls to perform CRUD operations over your tables.
Decent price and even better customer service.
Strong data base option with a high support price.
It is little bit hard for beginner and costly otherwise Oracle is very important for business. It would be more better if mentioned above points are improve.
I am very happy with the software, in fact, I am making an living as an oracle DBA, once you know the product, it is a super good database product.
It is really unusual to allow a bad programmer to use a sequence for several tables. Beyond that that would be a bad development practice the biggest mistake is that the tool invites you to commit it.
For me this is the best Database, because it is safe, reliable and very nice organized. It handles tremendous amounts of data without problems.
This comment is about personal preference: it is sometimes difficult to switch between Oracle and MS-SQL, which is a problem as we run software that uses both.
If you know SQL, then you can use Oracle Database. Easy interface, easy of use and a great variety of resources makes this tool excellent to develop and maintain your own database.
But sometimes it will keep having you put information in at every startup of your computer at that part can be annoying.
The Oracle database is the best database that I have used so far. The ease of use and data storage and retrieval is really fast and secure.
The software also crashes occasionally, which was frustrating.
It's a competitively priced database service for mid sized companies with ever improving UI capabilities. The thing that has impressed me the most so far though, is the customer service.
This is quick to set up and easy to understand. There are some really useful features which makes it better than other similar database softwares.
There's a super convenient button that changes the case of all code you highlight in the editor, so you can type in the case that's convenient for you and update everything with the button.
I like how easy it is to search for what I need from this database. This database is pretty convenient once you get used to it.
Oracle Database is a best solution for enterprise-level data. We under our educational enterprise found it very easy to use and compatible with all our needs and demands.
The thing I hear most about Oracle is that it is secure. I think that it is so secure because it is really hard to integrate with.
It is fast and efficient and easily scalable. Also, it is one of the best databases from the integration standpoint as it allows one to make REST calls to perform CRUD operations over your tables.
Decent price and even better customer service.
Strong data base option with a high support price.
It is little bit hard for beginner and costly otherwise Oracle is very important for business. It would be more better if mentioned above points are improve.
Redis Enterprise  logo
4.8
63

Database management and data backup software

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.4
    Ease of use
    4.6
    Features
    4.6
    Customer support
    4.5
Pros and Cons from Redis Enterprise users   
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+15
Our experience was great, we were able to accomplish our goals and the support team was more than generous with there time.
As the data resides in RAM for faster access, it could have performance effects if the server system is not well managed. There is still a lack of a proper UI management tool for Redis.
Redis supports data structure like Hash, String, Lists, and sets. Speed is very fast and supports many programming languages It is open-source and stable so, this is the reason to say 'Yes' to Redis.
It is a difficult task to learn how to use Redis from the documentation.
To accomplish such excellent efficiency, Redis has some constraints on how it displays its information. For something that operates as quickly as Redis, this trade off is often worth it.
Takes a bit of time to get it up and running. Had trouble when trying to setup on one of the website we were making but ended working out.
Its easy to use solution. I am overall happy with performance and integration of this solution.
Redis doesn't have a lot of features, which is a good and bad thing. It's just a simple map storage technology.
This cache we can use in temporary data storage, page caching etc. I like redis high speed cache, reliability and it is easy to use. It can help to build faster application with fast performance.
Redis has a very good query API, and they are in their website each operation is clearly mentioned with its time complexity. This gives you a clear picture of performance.
The ease of use of the tool makes it amazing and very useful.
I like most about open source redis is how quickly it's growing and with seamless service support.
It is fairly simple to get up and running and extremely cost effective. Beyond those base points, it scales extremely well and performance is great.
Redis is widely being used for in-memory -cache and distributed cache management. It is having good CLI which facilitates easy administration.
Redis Enterprise is the best solution for a fast, in-memory production database.
The overall experience has been good. We use it for storing/accessing user sessions and it has met our needs very well with little cost.
Redis is powerful solution for in-memory-cache management.
My favorite feature is that it has a very flexible and performance oriented structure. It is a cache management application that is already used all over the world and has a large community.
Our experience was great, we were able to accomplish our goals and the support team was more than generous with there time.
As the data resides in RAM for faster access, it could have performance effects if the server system is not well managed. There is still a lack of a proper UI management tool for Redis.
Redis supports data structure like Hash, String, Lists, and sets. Speed is very fast and supports many programming languages It is open-source and stable so, this is the reason to say 'Yes' to Redis.
It is a difficult task to learn how to use Redis from the documentation.
To accomplish such excellent efficiency, Redis has some constraints on how it displays its information. For something that operates as quickly as Redis, this trade off is often worth it.
Takes a bit of time to get it up and running. Had trouble when trying to setup on one of the website we were making but ended working out.
Its easy to use solution. I am overall happy with performance and integration of this solution.
Redis doesn't have a lot of features, which is a good and bad thing. It's just a simple map storage technology.
This cache we can use in temporary data storage, page caching etc. I like redis high speed cache, reliability and it is easy to use. It can help to build faster application with fast performance.
Redis has a very good query API, and they are in their website each operation is clearly mentioned with its time complexity. This gives you a clear picture of performance.
The ease of use of the tool makes it amazing and very useful.
I like most about open source redis is how quickly it's growing and with seamless service support.
It is fairly simple to get up and running and extremely cost effective. Beyond those base points, it scales extremely well and performance is great.
Redis is widely being used for in-memory -cache and distributed cache management. It is having good CLI which facilitates easy administration.
Redis Enterprise is the best solution for a fast, in-memory production database.
The overall experience has been good. We use it for storing/accessing user sessions and it has met our needs very well with little cost.
Redis is powerful solution for in-memory-cache management.
My favorite feature is that it has a very flexible and performance oriented structure. It is a cache management application that is already used all over the world and has a large community.
Our experience was great, we were able to accomplish our goals and the support team was more than generous with there time.
As the data resides in RAM for faster access, it could have performance effects if the server system is not well managed. There is still a lack of a proper UI management tool for Redis.
Redis supports data structure like Hash, String, Lists, and sets. Speed is very fast and supports many programming languages It is open-source and stable so, this is the reason to say 'Yes' to Redis.
It is a difficult task to learn how to use Redis from the documentation.
To accomplish such excellent efficiency, Redis has some constraints on how it displays its information. For something that operates as quickly as Redis, this trade off is often worth it.
Takes a bit of time to get it up and running. Had trouble when trying to setup on one of the website we were making but ended working out.
Its easy to use solution. I am overall happy with performance and integration of this solution.
Redis doesn't have a lot of features, which is a good and bad thing. It's just a simple map storage technology.
This cache we can use in temporary data storage, page caching etc. I like redis high speed cache, reliability and it is easy to use. It can help to build faster application with fast performance.
Redis has a very good query API, and they are in their website each operation is clearly mentioned with its time complexity. This gives you a clear picture of performance.
The ease of use of the tool makes it amazing and very useful.
I like most about open source redis is how quickly it's growing and with seamless service support.
It is fairly simple to get up and running and extremely cost effective. Beyond those base points, it scales extremely well and performance is great.
Redis is widely being used for in-memory -cache and distributed cache management. It is having good CLI which facilitates easy administration.
Redis Enterprise is the best solution for a fast, in-memory production database.
The overall experience has been good. We use it for storing/accessing user sessions and it has met our needs very well with little cost.
Redis is powerful solution for in-memory-cache management.
My favorite feature is that it has a very flexible and performance oriented structure. It is a cache management application that is already used all over the world and has a large community.
Velneo logo
4.6
49

Build any kind of business applications.

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Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.1
    Ease of use
    4.5
    Features
    4.4
    Customer support
    4.6
Pros and Cons from Velneo users   
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Studio 3T logo
4.8
34

Professional IDE & GUI for MongoDB

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.3
    Ease of use
    4.6
    Features
    4.8
    Customer support
    4.8
Pros and Cons from Studio 3T users   
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+9
Overall I am very happy with the Studio 3T. Thank you developers for designing such an amazing product and giving it for free to try it.
Segfaults are not out of the ordinary and it can be incredibly frustrating to lose where you are at in your work.
This is an excellent tool for any MongoDB project, especially if you to convert data from any SQL database to MongoDB. They do have excellent customer support too.
The exporting of large datasets can be very slow and often crash.
I am trying to convert legacy SQL Server data into MongoDB. This is an excellent tool in the market that helps me to do my job, highly recommend it to anyone who is using MongoDB database.
Expensive, sometimes migrations crash and you have to use another tool.
Visual query builder is a great tool that simplifies the complexity of noSQL data. Scheduler is great for running it off of own laptops.
I did not find anything to dislike ahout Studio 3T.
The ability to interactively create indexes, aggregation pipelines, and view your data in various formats increases my productivity and I can see it being a good way to learn about Mongo.
Studio 3T admin portal is reliable and easy to use. Prices are more than fair for services this fast.
The visual query builder is a great help for quickly filtering your data. The aggregation view gives the required structure to build larger pipelines.
I've been using this since 2017. Compared to other products, query builder feature, detailed graphics and software GUI are very successful.
Overall I am very happy with the Studio 3T. Thank you developers for designing such an amazing product and giving it for free to try it.
Segfaults are not out of the ordinary and it can be incredibly frustrating to lose where you are at in your work.
This is an excellent tool for any MongoDB project, especially if you to convert data from any SQL database to MongoDB. They do have excellent customer support too.
The exporting of large datasets can be very slow and often crash.
I am trying to convert legacy SQL Server data into MongoDB. This is an excellent tool in the market that helps me to do my job, highly recommend it to anyone who is using MongoDB database.
Expensive, sometimes migrations crash and you have to use another tool.
Visual query builder is a great tool that simplifies the complexity of noSQL data. Scheduler is great for running it off of own laptops.
I did not find anything to dislike ahout Studio 3T.
The ability to interactively create indexes, aggregation pipelines, and view your data in various formats increases my productivity and I can see it being a good way to learn about Mongo.
Studio 3T admin portal is reliable and easy to use. Prices are more than fair for services this fast.
The visual query builder is a great help for quickly filtering your data. The aggregation view gives the required structure to build larger pipelines.
I've been using this since 2017. Compared to other products, query builder feature, detailed graphics and software GUI are very successful.
Overall I am very happy with the Studio 3T. Thank you developers for designing such an amazing product and giving it for free to try it.
Segfaults are not out of the ordinary and it can be incredibly frustrating to lose where you are at in your work.
This is an excellent tool for any MongoDB project, especially if you to convert data from any SQL database to MongoDB. They do have excellent customer support too.
The exporting of large datasets can be very slow and often crash.
I am trying to convert legacy SQL Server data into MongoDB. This is an excellent tool in the market that helps me to do my job, highly recommend it to anyone who is using MongoDB database.
Expensive, sometimes migrations crash and you have to use another tool.
Visual query builder is a great tool that simplifies the complexity of noSQL data. Scheduler is great for running it off of own laptops.
I did not find anything to dislike ahout Studio 3T.
The ability to interactively create indexes, aggregation pipelines, and view your data in various formats increases my productivity and I can see it being a good way to learn about Mongo.
Studio 3T admin portal is reliable and easy to use. Prices are more than fair for services this fast.
The visual query builder is a great help for quickly filtering your data. The aggregation view gives the required structure to build larger pipelines.
I've been using this since 2017. Compared to other products, query builder feature, detailed graphics and software GUI are very successful.
Atlantic.Net Cloud Platform logo
5.0
24

Cloud platform with virtual servers

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Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    5.0
    Ease of use
    4.9
    Features
    4.9
    Customer support
    4.8
Pros and Cons from Atlantic.Net Cloud Platform users   
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+11
What I like is the protection from malware and hackers. Once I was trained, the ease of access and utilization was greatly appreciated.
I'm never on an RBL and my users aren't spammers, but I think this happens because a provider decides to just block all of an atlantic.net IP range.
Their reliability is outstanding, maintenance is properly planed and concise. We are very satisfied with their VPS service as it has been low latency and speedy throughout the years.
Not sufficient protection against some security threats.
Atlantic.net is one of my favorite infrastructure services. The performance and customer service have been great.
Downgrades require a serve destroy and snap shot recover.
Overall one of the best experiences I have had with a hosting company, their vps server was unbeatable in quality in my opinion.
Cloud platforms rely on internet connectivity, which can be a problem for businesses in areas with poor internet infrastructure or during network outages.
Easy to use, easy to maintain, seamless integration to our products.
Everything was great starting with speed, stability, consistency, honesty and value/worth for your money all was at par.
Reliable and inexpensive solution for remote desktop.
The services are easy to use, I enjoyed the the business access, wide range of computing, storage, global access.
Performant and easy to set up VPS, simple and understandable web UI.
Easy way to provision and manage linux virtual machines.
What I like is the protection from malware and hackers. Once I was trained, the ease of access and utilization was greatly appreciated.
I'm never on an RBL and my users aren't spammers, but I think this happens because a provider decides to just block all of an atlantic.net IP range.
Their reliability is outstanding, maintenance is properly planed and concise. We are very satisfied with their VPS service as it has been low latency and speedy throughout the years.
Not sufficient protection against some security threats.
Atlantic.net is one of my favorite infrastructure services. The performance and customer service have been great.
Downgrades require a serve destroy and snap shot recover.
Overall one of the best experiences I have had with a hosting company, their vps server was unbeatable in quality in my opinion.
Cloud platforms rely on internet connectivity, which can be a problem for businesses in areas with poor internet infrastructure or during network outages.
Easy to use, easy to maintain, seamless integration to our products.
Everything was great starting with speed, stability, consistency, honesty and value/worth for your money all was at par.
Reliable and inexpensive solution for remote desktop.
The services are easy to use, I enjoyed the the business access, wide range of computing, storage, global access.
Performant and easy to set up VPS, simple and understandable web UI.
Easy way to provision and manage linux virtual machines.
What I like is the protection from malware and hackers. Once I was trained, the ease of access and utilization was greatly appreciated.
I'm never on an RBL and my users aren't spammers, but I think this happens because a provider decides to just block all of an atlantic.net IP range.
Their reliability is outstanding, maintenance is properly planed and concise. We are very satisfied with their VPS service as it has been low latency and speedy throughout the years.
Not sufficient protection against some security threats.
Atlantic.net is one of my favorite infrastructure services. The performance and customer service have been great.
Downgrades require a serve destroy and snap shot recover.
Overall one of the best experiences I have had with a hosting company, their vps server was unbeatable in quality in my opinion.
Cloud platforms rely on internet connectivity, which can be a problem for businesses in areas with poor internet infrastructure or during network outages.
Easy to use, easy to maintain, seamless integration to our products.
Everything was great starting with speed, stability, consistency, honesty and value/worth for your money all was at par.
Reliable and inexpensive solution for remote desktop.
The services are easy to use, I enjoyed the the business access, wide range of computing, storage, global access.
Performant and easy to set up VPS, simple and understandable web UI.
Easy way to provision and manage linux virtual machines.
GraphDB logo
4.7
26

Database management tool for healthcare & finance businesses

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.6
    Ease of use
    4.6
    Features
    4.5
    Customer support
    4.5
Pros and Cons from GraphDB users   
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+11
The User interface is quite nice, and appealing. The blogs are well written and very informative, and is a good means to keep customers updated with the latest developments in the area of semantics.
Visualization of the graph does not work, at least not with the settings I tried (no inference).
Good performance, a lot of features, great UI and documentation, ease of administration and use.
Graph database are poor at aggregating data,Don't use it for Business Intelligence. It is difficult to implement versioning/auditing of data in a graph database.
I can be very short about my (our) experiences so far with GraphDB. GraphDB is a clear winner for our usecases now.
Some features are restricted for enterprise (example for some access control features). Expensive if you work alone and need a license for this kind of infrastructure.
We've had a really good time working with it. Once we have a good model definition (which applies for any graph engine) it simply works and works really well.
While not impossible it is rather awkward though.
OntoRefine is a great way of moving tabular data in triples. The APIs are very well designed, Customer service and technical support is excellent.
I have been using GraphDB for several years now and in almost all the positions I have worked for. In my opinion, it is by far the best tool out there for managing RDF graph databases.
Simplicty i liked unlike SQL Databases where relationship becomes so complex and then you Normalize. Being Simple, we can easily handle objects in very easy way.
Ease of use (compared to other semantic web stack solutions). Degree of inferencing implementation.
I Like this product because is easy to start, it has a REST api and UI simple to use.
Over the last years, GraphDB has improved a lot, speaking about performance and inference.
The User interface is quite nice, and appealing. The blogs are well written and very informative, and is a good means to keep customers updated with the latest developments in the area of semantics.
Visualization of the graph does not work, at least not with the settings I tried (no inference).
Good performance, a lot of features, great UI and documentation, ease of administration and use.
Graph database are poor at aggregating data,Don't use it for Business Intelligence. It is difficult to implement versioning/auditing of data in a graph database.
I can be very short about my (our) experiences so far with GraphDB. GraphDB is a clear winner for our usecases now.
Some features are restricted for enterprise (example for some access control features). Expensive if you work alone and need a license for this kind of infrastructure.
We've had a really good time working with it. Once we have a good model definition (which applies for any graph engine) it simply works and works really well.
While not impossible it is rather awkward though.
OntoRefine is a great way of moving tabular data in triples. The APIs are very well designed, Customer service and technical support is excellent.
I have been using GraphDB for several years now and in almost all the positions I have worked for. In my opinion, it is by far the best tool out there for managing RDF graph databases.
Simplicty i liked unlike SQL Databases where relationship becomes so complex and then you Normalize. Being Simple, we can easily handle objects in very easy way.
Ease of use (compared to other semantic web stack solutions). Degree of inferencing implementation.
I Like this product because is easy to start, it has a REST api and UI simple to use.
Over the last years, GraphDB has improved a lot, speaking about performance and inference.
The User interface is quite nice, and appealing. The blogs are well written and very informative, and is a good means to keep customers updated with the latest developments in the area of semantics.
Visualization of the graph does not work, at least not with the settings I tried (no inference).
Good performance, a lot of features, great UI and documentation, ease of administration and use.
Graph database are poor at aggregating data,Don't use it for Business Intelligence. It is difficult to implement versioning/auditing of data in a graph database.
I can be very short about my (our) experiences so far with GraphDB. GraphDB is a clear winner for our usecases now.
Some features are restricted for enterprise (example for some access control features). Expensive if you work alone and need a license for this kind of infrastructure.
We've had a really good time working with it. Once we have a good model definition (which applies for any graph engine) it simply works and works really well.
While not impossible it is rather awkward though.
OntoRefine is a great way of moving tabular data in triples. The APIs are very well designed, Customer service and technical support is excellent.
I have been using GraphDB for several years now and in almost all the positions I have worked for. In my opinion, it is by far the best tool out there for managing RDF graph databases.
Simplicty i liked unlike SQL Databases where relationship becomes so complex and then you Normalize. Being Simple, we can easily handle objects in very easy way.
Ease of use (compared to other semantic web stack solutions). Degree of inferencing implementation.
I Like this product because is easy to start, it has a REST api and UI simple to use.
Over the last years, GraphDB has improved a lot, speaking about performance and inference.
Mingo logo
5.0
14

Our mission is to design a more efficient and enjoyable Mong

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.8
    Ease of use
    4.9
    Features
    4.9
    Customer support
    5.0
Pros and Cons from Mingo users   
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+8
It looks great and is incredibly easy to use from a developers perspective.
I discovered by mistake and now all my colleagues are using it.
It is easy to use because of it’s friendly interface.
It is hard to search for the info needed if you do not know how to code or not familiar with it.
It has apple silicon support, nodejs scripting and amazing UI.
I still go back to Compass for the occasional query or operation but some of that is probably my lack of familiarity with Mingo.
Awesome software that makes managing a MongoDB much nicer.
We use Mingo at work for managing our MongoDB databases, and it is great. We previously used Robo T3, but switched over to Mingo as soon as we tested it out.
A great tool for managing your Mongo Databases.
Not sure why most MongoDB clients feel dated and clunky when MongoDB is pretty new. Glad to see Mingo come around and offer a modern solution with a lot of great features.
Writing queries like #last2Days, Auto converting plain ObjectId to query, saved queries, default saved query per collection.
It looks great and is incredibly easy to use from a developers perspective.
I discovered by mistake and now all my colleagues are using it.
It is easy to use because of it’s friendly interface.
It is hard to search for the info needed if you do not know how to code or not familiar with it.
It has apple silicon support, nodejs scripting and amazing UI.
I still go back to Compass for the occasional query or operation but some of that is probably my lack of familiarity with Mingo.
Awesome software that makes managing a MongoDB much nicer.
We use Mingo at work for managing our MongoDB databases, and it is great. We previously used Robo T3, but switched over to Mingo as soon as we tested it out.
A great tool for managing your Mongo Databases.
Not sure why most MongoDB clients feel dated and clunky when MongoDB is pretty new. Glad to see Mingo come around and offer a modern solution with a lot of great features.
Writing queries like #last2Days, Auto converting plain ObjectId to query, saved queries, default saved query per collection.
It looks great and is incredibly easy to use from a developers perspective.
I discovered by mistake and now all my colleagues are using it.
It is easy to use because of it’s friendly interface.
It is hard to search for the info needed if you do not know how to code or not familiar with it.
It has apple silicon support, nodejs scripting and amazing UI.
I still go back to Compass for the occasional query or operation but some of that is probably my lack of familiarity with Mingo.
Awesome software that makes managing a MongoDB much nicer.
We use Mingo at work for managing our MongoDB databases, and it is great. We previously used Robo T3, but switched over to Mingo as soon as we tested it out.
A great tool for managing your Mongo Databases.
Not sure why most MongoDB clients feel dated and clunky when MongoDB is pretty new. Glad to see Mingo come around and offer a modern solution with a lot of great features.
Writing queries like #last2Days, Auto converting plain ObjectId to query, saved queries, default saved query per collection.
Amazon DynamoDB logo
4.5
19

Key-value & document database for mobile, web & gaming apps

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.3
    Ease of use
    4.0
    Features
    4.4
    Customer support
    4.0
Pros and Cons from Amazon DynamoDB users   
+11
The documentation is fantastic and it makes it so easy to get started and creating our proof of concepts.
It's not as flexible as MongoDB when it comes to indexes. Lack of stored procedures as in MongoDB.
So far has been good wrt to storing and retrieving data. It is secured and the time taken to retrieve is relatively faster.
The query structure seems to be a bit complicated for various fields. The expressions are limited and does not address all business requirements.
Its ease of use, performance, and integration with other AWS services make it a top choice for many organizations. Just be aware of the costs associated with the service and plan accordingly.
Lots of weird optimization tricks. AWS does not do a good job about letting you know if you accidentally use a reserved word (things just break).
Easy to use, speed, compatibility, good documentation for integration, data security. Can easily be integrated with other software.
Infinitely scalable but very limited for analytics.
Easy to administer once you're already using AWS. Integrates great with other services on the platform.
The JSON structure of data makes is easy to work with when integrating with other services like AWS Lambdas and AWS API Gateways.
It's very easy to understand. We had switched from mongodb NoSql db to Amazon dynamodb and comparatively it was easy to migrate.
DynamoDB has multiple features which can be leveraged for nosql database. I use it within the serverless architecture and it is quite easy to implement in code.
DynamoDB makes it so easy to rapidly build a prototype.
There is no infrastructure cost. Super fast as long as you use query API and not scan API.
The documentation is fantastic and it makes it so easy to get started and creating our proof of concepts.
It's not as flexible as MongoDB when it comes to indexes. Lack of stored procedures as in MongoDB.
So far has been good wrt to storing and retrieving data. It is secured and the time taken to retrieve is relatively faster.
The query structure seems to be a bit complicated for various fields. The expressions are limited and does not address all business requirements.
Its ease of use, performance, and integration with other AWS services make it a top choice for many organizations. Just be aware of the costs associated with the service and plan accordingly.
Lots of weird optimization tricks. AWS does not do a good job about letting you know if you accidentally use a reserved word (things just break).
Easy to use, speed, compatibility, good documentation for integration, data security. Can easily be integrated with other software.
Infinitely scalable but very limited for analytics.
Easy to administer once you're already using AWS. Integrates great with other services on the platform.
The JSON structure of data makes is easy to work with when integrating with other services like AWS Lambdas and AWS API Gateways.
It's very easy to understand. We had switched from mongodb NoSql db to Amazon dynamodb and comparatively it was easy to migrate.
DynamoDB has multiple features which can be leveraged for nosql database. I use it within the serverless architecture and it is quite easy to implement in code.
DynamoDB makes it so easy to rapidly build a prototype.
There is no infrastructure cost. Super fast as long as you use query API and not scan API.
The documentation is fantastic and it makes it so easy to get started and creating our proof of concepts.
It's not as flexible as MongoDB when it comes to indexes. Lack of stored procedures as in MongoDB.
So far has been good wrt to storing and retrieving data. It is secured and the time taken to retrieve is relatively faster.
The query structure seems to be a bit complicated for various fields. The expressions are limited and does not address all business requirements.
Its ease of use, performance, and integration with other AWS services make it a top choice for many organizations. Just be aware of the costs associated with the service and plan accordingly.
Lots of weird optimization tricks. AWS does not do a good job about letting you know if you accidentally use a reserved word (things just break).
Easy to use, speed, compatibility, good documentation for integration, data security. Can easily be integrated with other software.
Infinitely scalable but very limited for analytics.
Easy to administer once you're already using AWS. Integrates great with other services on the platform.
The JSON structure of data makes is easy to work with when integrating with other services like AWS Lambdas and AWS API Gateways.
It's very easy to understand. We had switched from mongodb NoSql db to Amazon dynamodb and comparatively it was easy to migrate.
DynamoDB has multiple features which can be leveraged for nosql database. I use it within the serverless architecture and it is quite easy to implement in code.
DynamoDB makes it so easy to rapidly build a prototype.
There is no infrastructure cost. Super fast as long as you use query API and not scan API.
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Out of various data catalogue tools I have used , I find Talend data fabric is the best one as it has got great features and very easy to use.
Sometimes you have to use "Ctrl" sometimes "Cmd" is really badly done. In my experiences the speed of learning clashes with the consumption of resources and the slowness of the interfaces.
Easy to use , great performance, used it for our internal datawarehouse. Easy to build and connect to our data sources such as salesforce, netsuite, marketo.
It can become incredibly complicated to handle complex fluxes, and if you are facing issue or getting unexpected results it can be quite hard to debug and find the problem.
At the end of the day successfully migrate data in from one database to another which is hosted on server. Linking of relational tables are easy than expected.
You can either let go the exception or stop the process, or using external controller to resume the applications. But you cannot customize the try catch block of the exception itself.
Custom components are allowed to extend the functionality as per project needs. Designing and developing jobs and schedules are easy and pretty straightforward.
It is also very particular. Everything step has to be exact or else the whole program will spew out errors.
We integrated it with Salesforce and many other services through its connectors. It's very fast and easy to use even if you have to get used to it, and it might not be easy at first.
Source control with git and integrating with Git is not that easier.
I like that it is based on open source technology. The Integrated development environment (IDE) is Eclipse based so if you are familiar with Java IDE you will feel right at home.
This software provide you ease of access for usage.
Talend data fabric can run and integrated many batch jobs at the same time. It is effective when a lot of loads need to be completed.
Telend is powerful software with cheaper cost.
The software user interface is very good to great and takes a short time to explore and get used to it.
You can download a community version and test it for as long as you want, then decide to switch to a paid enterprise version, or keep using the community without cost.
Out of various data catalogue tools I have used , I find Talend data fabric is the best one as it has got great features and very easy to use.
Sometimes you have to use "Ctrl" sometimes "Cmd" is really badly done. In my experiences the speed of learning clashes with the consumption of resources and the slowness of the interfaces.
Easy to use , great performance, used it for our internal datawarehouse. Easy to build and connect to our data sources such as salesforce, netsuite, marketo.
It can become incredibly complicated to handle complex fluxes, and if you are facing issue or getting unexpected results it can be quite hard to debug and find the problem.
At the end of the day successfully migrate data in from one database to another which is hosted on server. Linking of relational tables are easy than expected.
You can either let go the exception or stop the process, or using external controller to resume the applications. But you cannot customize the try catch block of the exception itself.
Custom components are allowed to extend the functionality as per project needs. Designing and developing jobs and schedules are easy and pretty straightforward.
It is also very particular. Everything step has to be exact or else the whole program will spew out errors.
We integrated it with Salesforce and many other services through its connectors. It's very fast and easy to use even if you have to get used to it, and it might not be easy at first.
Source control with git and integrating with Git is not that easier.
I like that it is based on open source technology. The Integrated development environment (IDE) is Eclipse based so if you are familiar with Java IDE you will feel right at home.
This software provide you ease of access for usage.
Talend data fabric can run and integrated many batch jobs at the same time. It is effective when a lot of loads need to be completed.
Telend is powerful software with cheaper cost.
The software user interface is very good to great and takes a short time to explore and get used to it.
You can download a community version and test it for as long as you want, then decide to switch to a paid enterprise version, or keep using the community without cost.
Out of various data catalogue tools I have used , I find Talend data fabric is the best one as it has got great features and very easy to use.