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Who’s Winning in Open Source Data Tech

Organizations understandably want the innovation that comes with using open source data management tech, but how do you know when it’s too green for adoption? A new survey from OpenLogic seeks the opinions of the masse Read more…

MongoDB Automates Resharding, Adds Time-Series Support

Resharding a distributed database is among the most time-consuming tasks that DBAs are asked to perform. But that pain may be a thing of the past, at least with MongoDB’s database, which brings a new automated reshardi Read more…

The Shifting Landscape of Database Systems

3T Software Labs, the company behind the MongoDB NoSQL database tool Studio 3T, has released its 2020 MongoDB Trends Report. The report, which is compiled from four years of interviews and surveys with more than 18,000 d Read more…

MongoDB Steps Up Game with MongoDB Cloud

First there was Atlas, MongoDB’s hosted database-as-a-service (DBaaS) offering for public clouds. Now the company is launching MongoDB Cloud, an amalgamation of a range of MongoDB products and services that includes At Read more…

Open Raven, a New Enterprise Data Security Platform, Emerges from Stealth

The enterprise data security space has a new player. Yesterday, Open Raven emerged from stealth, promising a “modern data security platform that brings visibility and control to enterprise data protection.”  (more&h Read more…

MongoDB Embraces GraphQL with Document Database

If GraphQL is the data-access API of the future, then MongoDB wants to be a part of it. That much is evident from today’s announcement that the popular document-style NoSQL database is now serving queries formatted usi Read more…

Benchmarking NoSQL Databases

Developers have a large number of databases to choose from today, particularly when it comes to newer NoSQL databases. Figuring out which databases excel in different areas can be tough, but the folks at Altoros aimed to Read more…

Q&A With a MongoDB CTO

When it comes to database companies, few have had as good a run as MongoDB over the past year. With an IPO last fall and a cloud business that's booming, the New York City firm is flying high. This week at the MongoDB Wo Read more…

A MongoDB Secret Weapon: Aggregation Pipeline

MongoDB is best known for creating a document database that Web and mobile developers love to use. But developers and analysts alike may be interested in a little-known MongoDB feature called the aggregation pipeline. Wh Read more…

MongoDB Fleshes Out Mobile and Cloud Strategies

As its name implies, MongoDB likes to do big things. But with today's unveiling of MongoDB Mobile at MongoDB World in New York City, the company is delivering a diminutive database that runs on mobile devices. It also an Read more…

Full ACID Support Means ‘Game Over’ for Relational, MongoDB Says

MongoDB today revealed that it's now supporting multi-document ACID transaction guarantees with version 4.0 of its database. When it becomes generally available later this year, MongoDB says it will have eliminated the l Read more…

MongoDB Looks to Future Following IPO

MongoDB CEO and President Dev Ittycheria rang the opening bell at the NASDAQ MarketSite this morning as shares in the local New York City company started trading under the ticker symbol MDB. With about $200 million in pr Read more…

MongoDB Users Discuss Their NoSQL Journeys

NoSQL databases account for a very small fraction of the overall database market, yet this segment is growing much faster than the overall market. What's driving this big demand in NoSQL? Last week at the MongoDB user co Read more…

MongoDB Pivots to Analytics

MongoDB wasn't originally designed to power advanced analytics. But the frustration that people have with Hadoop data lakes and the desire to get real-time answers from the database driving their applications is leading Read more…

MongoDB Takes Another Big Step Into Clouds

MongoDB today took a big step toward achieving its goal ultimate cloud goal when it announced that its Atlas NoSQL database service now runs on Google and Microsoft clouds, in addition to AWS. It also announced the publi Read more…

Graphing Intent: Inside a Consumer Tracking Database

When the CTO for marketing analytics firm Qualia set out to build a new system consumer behavior tracking system, he knew the database selection would be critical. Little did he know that Qualia would end up pushing the Read more…

The NoSQL Tech Behind Vivint’s Smart Home

Here at MongoDB World in New York City, several providers of Internet of Things (IoT) solutions are sharing stories of how they use the NoSQL database. One of the most interesting IoT use cases involves Vivint, which is Read more…

MongoDB Struts Its NoSQL Stuff in NYC

When you think about giants of the technology world, MongoDB may not come to mind. But judging by the big strides this up-and-coming NoSQL database vendor is making, and the aggressive roadmap it put forth today at the t Read more…

A Big Data App to Help You Travel Safer

Let's face it: the world is a dangerous place. From terrorist attacks and earthquakes to outbreaks of hemorrhagic fever and pickpockets, there are a thousand ways for an American to stumble into trouble when travelling a Read more…

Database Surge Led by Analytics Apps, Survey Finds

Growing demand for distributed applications and the corresponding adoption of scale-out and cloud databases is expected to fuel growth of Cassandra and other next-generation distributed databases, according to a new surv Read more…

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