Topic: mongodb

MongoDB 5.0 adds new future-proofing capabilities

MongoDB announced several new updates at its MongoDB.live conference, including the availability of MongoDB 5.0, a preview for serverless databases in MongoDB Atlas, and updates to Atlas Search, Atlas Data Lake, and Realm.  MongoDB 5.0 introduces new capabilities to allow organizations to more easily future-proof their applications. New features include: Native Time Series collections, clustered … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Red Hat OpenShift 4.8 now available, GitHub Container registry generally available, MongoDB achieves FedRAMP status

Red Hat OpenShift 4.8 helps organizations quickly create new cloud-native applications without having to abandon their existing environments and IT investments.  One new feature is IPv6/IPv4 dual stack and IPv6 single stack support, which provides applications with interoperability and communications for environments that use IPv6 and IPv4 such as in Cloud-Native Network Functions. Also, OpenShift … continue reading

SD Times news digest: MongoDB’s Realm Sync, Sauce Labs acquires AutonomIQ, and Tidelift catalogs now available

MongoDB has announced a new fully managed service that syncs data between the modern Realm mobile database and MongoDB Atlas, which allows organizations to quickly build responsive applications for their customers and remote workforces. “For developers who aspire to build these best-in-class experiences on mobile, Realm Sync can be transformative in reducing the amount of … continue reading

SD Times news digest: MongoDB for VS Code, Rust celebrates 5 years, and DigitalOcean’s $50 million round of funding

MongoDB wants to help make developers more productive with the release of MongoDB for VS Code. The solution enables developers to quickly connect to MongoDB and MongoDB Atlas and work with their data to build applications right inside their code editor.  Users can connect to a MongoDB or Atlas cluster, create MongoDB Playgrounds, and quickly … continue reading

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SD Times news digest: Tidelift announces collaboration with Bitbucket, Syncfusion updates Xamarin.Forms PDF Viewer, MongoDB and Alibaba Cloud partner up

Tidelift announced an integration with Atlassian’s Bitbucket code collaboration platform so that development teams can ensure that the open source dependencies they rely on to build their applications are secure, well managed, and licensed in compliance with their organization’s policies.  Tidelift also has made the Tidelift Subscription free trial available through the Atlassian Marketplace. It … continue reading

MongoDB looks beyond databases

MongoDB is looking to expand itself beyond databases and transform into a data platform company. The company made a number of data-focused announcements as well as serverless and security features at its MongoDB World conference this week in New York. MongoDB announced beta versions of Atlas Data Lake, Atlas Full-Text Search and the general availability … continue reading

AWS launches a MongoDB-compatible database service, Amazon DocumentDB

AWS has announced a new document database service to support MongoDB workloads. Amazon DocumentDB can be used to “store, retrieve, and manage semi-structured data.” With the new database, developers will still be able to use the same MongoDB code, drivers, and tools, but will also enjoy improved performance, scalability, and availability, all while not worrying … continue reading

MongoDB updates its mobile database, serverless platform

MongoDB today made its mobile database generally available as part of an overall effort to give developers the ability “to work with data anywhere in the world,” the company announced. The company also said it has added features to its MongoDB Stitch serverless platform that will make it easier to use. Stitch Mobile Sync, which … continue reading

MongoDB introduces the Server Side Public License for open source

Open-source developers are tired of being taken advantage of by technology giants. Larger companies with practically unlimited resources are swooping into open-source projects, leveraging the work for their own monetary gain, and leaving smaller companies to fend for themselves. Recently, a group of disgruntled developers and companies took to the Commons Clause as a way … continue reading

MongoDB acquires cloud database platform provider mLab

MongoDB has announced a new acquisition to help strengthen its position among developer communities. mLab is a San Francisco-based cloud database service. According to MongoDB, mLab has had experience with developer-centric startup communities, and this new acquisition will help deepen MongoDB’s relationship and involvement with developers. mLab was first launched in 2011 as a Database-as-a-Service … continue reading

In-memory technology: Serving up application data to users on the go

Data can be viewed to be as valuable in the digital business world as oil is to the economy. Oil fuels homes, cars, railroads, and even electricity. Data powers the business and revenue. Businesses that want to continue to evolve, transform and improve need are being fueled by their data to tell them where and … continue reading

MongoDB 4.0 addresses modern IT architectures

To meet the needs of modern IT architectures, MongoDB today announced the release of MongoDB 4.0 with an eye toward cloud and serverless computing as well as container management. The release also marks the general availability of multi-document ACID transactions, an effort that first started three years ago with the company’s acquisition of the WiredTiger … continue reading

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