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System Azure Cosmos DB Google Firebase
 Name Azure Cosmos DB Google Firebase
 Version NA released Sep 2011 ,acquired by Google in 2014
 Drawbacks 1.Most often compared with MongoDB. Unlike Mongo DB does not support joins 2.Managed Database which can be used only within Azure/Microsoft framework Hosted and Managed By Google so cannot move to another cloud provider easily
 Advantages NA Best Database for Mobile Apps
 Languages Supported .net, C#, Javascript Java
 Website www.azure.microsoft.com/­services/­cosmos-db firebase.google.com/­products/­realtime-database
 XML Support no no
 JSON Support yes yes
 Brief description 1.Globally distributed, horizontally scalable, multi-model database service 2.Earlier called Azure Document DB. Skype, Xbox uses this DB, Office, Active Directory and MSC (all Microsoft products) Amazon DynamoDB is a fully managed proprietary NoSQL database service that supports key-value and document data structures[2] and is offered by Amazon.com as part of the Amazon Web Services portfolio
 Database Model Key Value DB Key Value Model
 Technical Documentation docs.microsoft.com/­en-us/­azure/­cosmos-db firebase.google.com/­docs/­database
 License commercial on azure cloud. commercial on aws cloud.
 Cloud-based / SaaS Azure Cloud based Yes but you can download dynamod db locally as well. Local installation does not have vendor support
 Implementation Language NA C++
 Operating System Supported Linux , OS X, Windows Linux , OS X, Windows
 Options for Integration / Access API Rest API , MongoDB drivers Rest API , Javascript API, Android, iOS
 Consistency Eventual consistency Eventual Consistency
 Foreign Keys No No
 Streaming Support No Yes
 Analytics Support NA NA
 Data Storage Schema Multi Model Database Key Value Model
 Notable Users -- NA
 Key Differentiator -- Go-to database for mobile applications
 Concurrency -- Yes
 Partitioning -- Sharding
 Replication -- Multi Data Center Replication supported
 Secondary Indexes -- Yes
 SchemaLess -- Yes
 SQL Query -- No