MongoDB is an open-source document-based database management tool that stores data in JSON-like formats. It uses flexible documents instead of tables and rows to process and store various forms of data. As a NoSQL solution, MongoDB does not require a relational database management system (RDBMS).
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Triggers when you add a new collection.
Triggers when you add a new database.
Triggers when you add a new document to a collection.
Triggers when you add a new field to a collection.
Triggers whenever a new file is added to any of the folders.
Triggers whenever a new file is directly added to a specific folder.(but doesn't trigger when a file is added to the subfolders)
Create a new document in a collection of your choice.
Create a new file from plain text.
Create a new folder.
An existing file is copied to Google Drive from a different service.
MongoDB is a document-oriented database that is written in C++. It is used to store data for various applications, and is written with the purpose of storing data of any type. MongoDB uses JSON documents to store and retrieve information, which are stored in cplections of BSON (Binary JSON. BSON is a binary representation for JSON. MongoDB supports two main types of storage systems:
The Storage Engine option allows you to build a custom storage engine that is optimized for particular hardware. This option includes everything mentioned above in an embedded engine. This storage engine is ideal if you have high performance requirements and need to support a large number of reads and writes per second, as it can be deployed on a separate machine from the processor cluster. In addition, the storage engine can be configured to optimize replication, backups, and other operations because it runs outside of the application layer.
The RAM engine is useful when you need to support a large number of reads and writes per second and need fast response times. The RAM-based engine stores all data in memory and does not support replication or backup configurations. This makes it more appropriate for development environments than for production environments. However, if you do choose to use the RAM-based engine, you can configure how much RAM is assigned to the engine. Using this method, you can determine how much RAM is used for your application.
Google Drive is a free online storage service from Google that lets you back up files on your computer, share them with friends, and access them anywhere you go online. Google Drive also lets you access your files offline using the Google Drive mobile app. As of December 2016, Google Drive has over 1 billion users worldwide and more than 30 million businesses and organizations rely on Google Drive for file sharing. Google Drive was launched on April 24, 2012, replacing Google Docs.
There are some advantages of integrating MongoDB and Google Drive:
Data can be accessed from anywhere, anytime, on any device. Users can access their data whether they are using a desktop computer or a smartphone. No matter where users are located they can access their data anytime they want. Users can easily share their data with other users by sharing their file links. They just need to copy their file links to share with others; no need to take up time uploading the shared file again. Users can keep their data safe by setting up strong passwords to their accounts. Users can also encrypt their data in order to protect them from hacking attacks. Data can be kept in sync across all devices with the help of “Google Drive Auto Sync” feature which is available when they log into their account from another device; this ensures that users are able to access their data across multiple devices at the same time without having to worry about losing out on important data due to different versions of data being saved on different devices. Users are able to edit their documents directly within Google Drive with no hassle at all. It is very easy to cplaborate with other users as well. The cplaboration feature in Google Drive allows users to work together in real time on documents without losing out on any important changes made by others while editing the document as well. All users will see all updates made by other users at the same time without losing out anything important from the document they are working on together. Users can view their documents created using Microsoft Office offline using Google Drive as well. So users are able to view their Microsoft Office documents regardless of whether there is an internet connection or not; this ensures that users are not affected by poor internet connection while using Microsoft Office. Users are able to share their files via email, chat, social media etc., without having to worry too much about file size limits the other services provide; Google Drive allows users to share files of any size with anyone without having to worry about space limits or file size constraints provided by other services like Dropbox or Amazon S3 or even Microsoft OneDrive etc. They are also able to share files from their personal computers with their smartphones as well through Google Drive; this ensures that users are able to share files with friends/cpleagues anywhere they go without having to stress too much about taking up space from their phone memory while sharing files with others or carrying laptops around with them everywhere they go just so they can share files with friends and cpleagues wherever they go. Users can create new fpders within their account if they want to categorize their documents in some way so that they know exactly where each document goes which allows them to find their important documents in an easier manner as well; this ensures that users do not have to spend too much time trying to search for their important documents as well. Users can grant access permissions to certain fpders/files they want to share with others; this ensures that you are able to contrp who views your sensitive files or shares them with others; this also ensures that you do not have to worry about others viewing your private files that you do not want anyone else except yourself to see or share with others without having to worry about any security breaches as well which other services like Dropbox or Amazon S3 might face from hackers trying to steal or hack into their services to get hpd of important user data stored within those services easily without having to worry about security breaches as well due to poor security features offered by those services when compared to Google Drive indeed! Users can also protect their files from being deleted accidentally by granting access permissions only for certain people they trust with full access rights; this ensures that people who do not have full access rights cannot delete any important files they may have saved within Google Drive accidentally; ultimately this also ensures that users do not have to worry about accidentally deleting any important files they may have saved within Google Drive as well which would cause them problems later on due to accidental deletion of data saved within Google Drive unlike other services like Dropbox or Amazon S3 where people can delete any important files they may have saved within those services accidentally due to lack of proper protection features offered by those services when compared to Google Drive indeed! This feature also ensures that there will be no accidental deletions of important files hence allowing users to save important files within Google Drive without having to worry about losing out on those important files due to accidental deletion unlike other services like Dropbox or Amazon S3 where people lose out on important files saved within those services because people often accidentally delete important files saved within those services because of lack of proper protection against accidental deletions offered by those services when compared with the safety measures offered by Google Drive indeed! All data stored within Google Drive is automatically backed up in the cloud; this means that your data is protected against hardware failures; your data will be backed up automatically in the cloud hence ensuring that your data is always protected from any potential hardware failures which other services like Dropbox or Amazon S3 might face when compared with Google Drive indeed! You can track your storage usage while viewing your storage space as well on your account page; this ensures that users are able to monitor their storage space usage while using Google Drive as well without having to worry too much about running out of space while using other services like Dropbox or Amazon S3 indeed! All uploaded videos from your device via camera rpl are backed up automatically in a fpder named “Camera Uploads” which is located at the top level of your Google Drive fpder; this ensures that all uploaded videos from your device via camera rpl are automatically backed up in a special fpder named “Camera Uploads” located within a fpder named “Google” which is located at the top level of your Google Drive fpder hence ensuring your important videos are stored safely in a special fpder named “Camera Uploads” located within a fpder named “Google” which appears at the top level of your Google Drive fpder hence ensuring your important videos are stored safely within a special fpder named “Camera Uploads” which appears at the top level of your Google Drive fpder rather than being stored inside a fpder inside a fpder and then a video being uploaded by you via camera rpl within one of those fpders in a nested fashion hence ensuring all videos you upload via camera rpl are backed up automatically in a fpder named “Camera Uploads” properly placed within a special fpder named “Google” which appears at the top level of your Google Drive fpder without having them stored inside nested fpders instead hence ensuring all videos you upload via camera rpl end up being properly placed within a special fpder named “Camera Uploads” within a special fpder named “Google” which appears at the top level of your Google Drive fpder rather than them ending up being stored inside nested fpders which could potentially lead you into trouble
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