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Document databases

A document database is a type of non-relational (NoSQL) database designed to store, retrieve, and manage semi-structured data as documents. With a document database, data is not stored in tables with distinct column types. Instead, it is stored in freeform documents with any number of fields and nested structures. Unlike traditional relational databases, the schema for each document can vary, increasing flexibility in organizing and storing application data and reducing storage requirements for optional values.

Data Management offers tools for working with MongoDB and Cosmos DB.

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