NoSQL Databases Default Ports

A port is a number that has been assigned to identify a connection endpoint individually and to direct data to a particular service. In other words, when a message from the internet or another network enters a server, a port number can be used to specify the precise process to which the message should be delivered.

The list of default ports that various NoSQL databases or data stores use is as follows.

SlDatabase NameDefault Port
1Oracle NoSQL5000-5050
2ArangoDB8529
3hbase.master.port 60000
4hbase.master.info.port60010
5hbase.regionserver.port60020
6hbase.regionserver.info.port60030
7hbase.rest.port**8080
8Cassandra7000, 7001, 9042
9CouchDB5984
10MongoDB27017, 27018, 27019, 28017
11RethinkDB8080, 28015, 29015
12Neo4J7473, 7474
13Redis6379
14Riak8087, 8098
15Elasticsearch9200, 9300

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