@adilsaeed31 MongoDB is a great fit for e-commerce, and I think it's actually much better than SQL databases for a couple of reasons. The number one is speed, because it's not a secret that document databases are quicker than SQL ones for standard CRUD operations. And of course, every retailer wants a fast website to increase conversion. Also, unlike MySQL or Postgres, MongoDB is very easy to scale. Using a managed service like Atlas, you can create as many replicas and shards as you want, as well as control their geographical position. This is also doable outside of a managed platform of course.