10gen Announces MongoDB 2.2

A lot of time, effort and sleepless nights went into the making of MongoDB 2.2- released officially on Wednesday. Check out the blog post by CTO Eliot Horowitz which details some of the new features.

In the weeks prior to launch, the 10gen team spoke with reporters, bloggers and analysts to share what the engineers had been working on and highlighting big breakthroughs in the new version. Below is a roundup of the great coverage that's rolled in so far.

Open source MongoDB gets richer query commands
By Joab Jackson, ComputerWorld
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MongoDB Upgrade Fills NoSQL Analytics Void
By Doug Henschen, InformationWeek
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New MongoDB release steps up speed, replication
By Brian Proffitt, IT World
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MongoDB Gets Richer Query Commands
By Joab Jackson, PCWorld
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10gen's MongoDB 2.2 Improves Analytics with Faster, More Predictable Performance
By James Powell, TDWI
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MongoDB Releases Version 2.2 Update
By Erik West, The Australian Eye
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NoSQL Pioneer MongoDB Doubles Down on the Data Center
By Klint Finley, Wired
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