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Most of the times people choose NoSQL when they do not need to have the data stored relationally, most likely for storing things such as logs, sessions or any kind of data which needs high write speeds and easy scaling.

There's a common misconception, that in order to build an application that contains a lot of relations, a MongoDB would be a no-go. This is not only debunked in this article, but we will show you a superior way to handle your application with MongoDB.