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An experimental study regarding the performance of NoSQL database management systems is presented in this paper. In this study, two NoSQL database management systems (MongoDB and Cassandra) were compared, and the following factors were considered: degree of parallelism and workload. Two distinct workloads (mostly read and update heavy) were used, and various numbers of client threads. The measured results refer to total runtime and they confirm that MongoDB outperforms Cassandra in almost all tests considered.doi:10.24193/subbi.2019.1.07 fatcat:fcsg6vzronhyfkpekjxa3cwlgi