MongoDB NOSQL outperforms Cassandra and Couchbase?

(Last Updated On: June 16, 2015)
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MongoDB NOSQL outperforms Cassandra and Couchbase?

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A new independent study shows that MongoDB outperforms key value stores. The results demonstrate that MongoDB provides greater scalability than NoSQL vendors Cassandra and Couchbase in all tests, by as much as 13x.
Download the report to access detailed performance results.

https://www.mongodb.com/collateral/scalability-benchmarking-mongodb-and-nosql-systems-report

I always heard about MongoDB is the better choice but no one ever compares Redis. Or is that even a fair comparison

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