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Create Your First MongoDB Database

In this guided project, you will get started with MongoDB by creating your first database, working with collections, and doing basic document management.

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At a Glance

In this guided project, you will get started with MongoDB by creating your first database, working with collections, and doing basic document management.

In this guided project, you will learn how to start MongoDB. You will create your first database and gain hands-on experience listing and creating collections. You will explore basic document management functions and run your own commands in an actual terminal

Why should you learn to use MongoDB?
This popular non-relational database is easy to access by indexing and supports various data types, including dates and numbers. Use MongoDB to effortlessly query, manipulate, and extract powerful insights from your collected data. Working with schemaless MongoDB is easy because you can focus on the data you are writing and how you are going to read it.

A Look at the Project Ahead
Once you have completed this project, you'll be able to:
  • Access the MongoDB server using the command line interface
  • Describe the process of listing and creating collections, which contain documents, and databases, which contain one or more collections
  • Perform basic operations on a collection such as inserting, counting, and listing documents

What You’ll Need
Just a web browser!

Everything else is provided to you via the IBM Skills Network Labs environment, where you will have access to the MongoDB service that we offer as part of the IBM Skills Network Labs environment. This platform works best with current versions of Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Safari.

Your Instructor
Ramesh Sannareddy

Estimated Effort

30 minutes

Level

Beginner

Language

English

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