JSON performance – PostgreSQL vs MongoDB

Umair Shahid

Founder

Stormatics

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MongoDB’s claim to fame is its exceptional ability to handle unstructured data and scale horizontally. PostgreSQL is a traditional relational database, very popular with application developers, and comes with increasing native ability to handle unstructured data.

This talk aims to benchmark and compare performance in handling JSON data between the two databases. 

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About the Speaker

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Umair shahid

Founder

Stormatics

Umair is a 20-year veteran of the PostgreSQL community with a passion for solving real-world problems with technology. He actively advocates for PostgreSQL around the world, speaking at conferences, organizing events, and leading local user groups. Umair is the founder of Stormatics – a professional services company with a mission to help businesses use PostgreSQL reliably for their critical data workloads. His previous experience with commercial PostgreSQL has spanned roles related to professional services and product management in major pure-play PostgreSQL organizations like EDB, 2ndQuadrant, OpenSCG, & Percona.

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