MongoDB vs. Postgres Benchmarks Базы данных и системы хранения

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Álvaro Hernández
OnGres

Álvaro is a passionate database and software developer. Founder of OnGres, he is dedicated to R&D in databases, specially the one that has used for more than two decades: PostgreSQL. He lead ToroDB, previously the “Billion Tables Project” and keeps working on innovative open source solutions.
Álvaro is a well known open source advocate and significant member of the PostgreSQL Community. He also founded the non-profit Fundación PostgreSQL and became the largest personal donor to a PostgreSQL community. He frequently speaks at PostgreSQL, database and tech conferences worldwide.

Тезисы

Benchmarking is hard. Benchmarking databases, harder. Benchmarking databases that follow different approaches (relational vs document) is even harder.

But the market demands these kinds of benchmarks. Despite the different data models that MongoDB and PostgreSQL expose, many organizations face the challenge of picking either technology. And performance is arguably the main deciding factor.

Join this talk to discover the numbers! After $30K spent on public cloud and months of testing, there are many different scenarios to analyze. Benchmarks on three distinct categories have been performed: OLTP, OLAP and comparing MongoDB 4.0 transaction performance with PostgreSQL's.

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