Database Development Services
Amazon Dynamo DB
Oracle’s MySQL is the world’s most popular Open Source database. With its stability, ease of use, proven performance, and reliability, MySQL is the most popular choice of database for web-based applications. Also, it is a mature technology and is available across all platforms like Linux, Windows, Mac, BSD, and Solaris. More importantly it has connectors across most languages like Node.js, Ruby, C#, C++, Java, Perl, Python, and PHP, so that its usage is not restricted to SQL query language.
Microsoft’s SQL Server is one of the most popular relational databases used by mid to large sized applications, as it offers high performance, security and scalability, while ensuring recoverability and availability. Its streamlined installation and its integration into Visual Studio makes it easy to use.
Document Databases (NoSql)
MONGODB… a part of the MEAN stack…
Classified as a NoSQL database, MongoDB eschews the traditional table-based relational database structure in favor of JSON-like documents with a dynamic schema. The primary advantage of such a database is LIGHTNING FAST access to data.
Synsoft has rich experience in MongoDB
Synsoft has used MongoDB in several projects now, especially where demand on performance was high. With one such requirement was a geo-fencing application wherein the challenge was achieving high speed in finding places closest to a location. While a Geo-hashing algorithm was used to hash the location data and save it into a MongoDB collection, thereafter finding locations-near-by was a breeze!
More recently we have been working on porting a PHP/MySql location-search website to a Node.JS/MongoDB web and mobile app. Following this change, we have seen an inspiring enhancement in the website’s performance and as a result also in the user experience it delivers.
MongoDB has become a database of choice in most of our projects now. Our most recent use of it as MongoDB web development India based company is in an image and video sharing mobile app that places a high demand on performance. Our obvious choice for fast data access was MongoDB.
So where there is a demand on speed, we suggest the judicious use of MongoDB. And to get the best out of it, we can use Node.js for the data access and business layer.
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Couchbase is a free-form, NoSQL document-oriented database. It is dedicated to delivering low-latency data management for extensive web, mobile, and IoT applications. It structures a typically fast key-value store with managed cache for sub-millisecond data operations, and a powerful query engine.
Couchbase Lite for Mobile and Internet-of-things runs natively on devices and uses a sync gateway to communicate with the Couchbase server that securely synchronizes data between the mobile device and the cloud, thus making it a breeze for cloud-driven apps to access data across multiple user devices.
Synsoft has recently worked on Couchbase Lite, in a Xamarin based mobile app, to accomplish data synchronization between a book reader gadget and multiple other user devices like smartphones and tablets. With a large user base, the data synchronization which would otherwise have been a mammoth task, was very easily achieved using Couchbase.
Amazon’s Dynamo DB is a highly scalable, fully managed NoSQL database service. Its high throughput and single-digit millisecond latency make Amazon DynamoDB an appropriate fit for applications on the mobile, for ad-tech, internet gaming, and others.
Amazon RDS (Relational Database Service) makes it easy to set up, operate, and scale a MySQL, Oracle, SQL Server, or PostgreSQL database in the cloud. It provides cost-efficient and resizable capacity while managing time-consuming database administration tasks, and also facilitates high levels of scalability, security, reliability, and uptime.