Category - Document Database

Document databases store and manage semi-structured data in the form of documents, such as JSON or XML. They provide flexible schemas and support hierarchical data structures.
Document databases are well-suited for scenarios involving agile development, evolving schemas, and dynamic data. Examples include MongoDB and Couchbase. Performance optimization in document databases involves efficient indexing, denormalization, and query optimization

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