Developers increasingly pair MongoDB with PostgreSQL, survey finds


It’s always been the case that so-called NoSQL databases like MongoDB are very popular in the cloud. That’s not surprising, given that much of today’s cloud data doesn’t neatly fit into the rows and columns of relational databases. What is perhaps a bit more surprising is how developers complement MongoDB for their cloud workloads. As revealed in a new Studio 3T survey of more than 18,000 developers and others, NoSQL databases are moving to the cloud faster than SQL databases, but when developers pair MongoDB with a relational database, it’s usually PostgreSQL. Yes, that PostgreSQL.

Read more about the new research by Studio 3T which found that developers are increasingly pairing MongoDB with PostgreSQL on the Tech Republic.

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