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MongoDB PHP Library 1.4.3 has change stream fixes
Version 1.4.3 of the MongoDB PHP library is now available and includes fixes related to resuming a change stream.
Creating the material world through data, one million inventions at a time
How Bremen University use MongoDB in their quest to discover the next generation of materials and investigate their properties.
Getting started with the MongoDB Connector for Apache Kafka and MongoDB Atlas
Apache Kafka and MongoDB are combined in the hear of many modern data architectures. Learn how the new MongoDB Connector for Apache Kafka makes it easier than ever to combine the two.
Benchmarking: Do it right or don't do it at all
A recent report suggested MongoDB's performance was not all it could be, except it was flawed - here we show why you should only benchmark databases you know well.
How Predii Rapidly Produces Predictive Analytics Tools for IoT with MongoDB
Predii turned to MongoDB to build a solution that enables its customers to process huge volumes of sensor data, technical manuals and service orders and then expose it to machine learning processes and extract actionable insights. Find out how it all works.
MongoDB.local Is Coming To London
On September 25th, MongoDB.local London will open its doors to the UK and European users of MongoDB. With a keynote from CTO and Co-founder Eliot Horowitz bring everyone up to date with the latest developments in the MongoDB universe and a look at where it's heading, followed by four tracks of talks, the day is going to be humongously informative.
Coming in 4.2 - Compression, Key Rotation and Configuration
MongoDB 4.2 isn't just about new features for developers. Some of the changes are designed specifically with MongoDB operators and administrators in mind. In this Coming In 4.2 article, we take a look at some of those changes including new compression options, ways to reduce maintenance time and new ways to configure your MongoDB server.
Introducing the MongoDB Enterprise Operator for Kubernetes
Today more DevOps teams are leveraging the power of containerization and technologies like Kubernetes to manage containerized database clusters. To support teams building cloud-native apps with Kubernetes, MongoDB has made the MongoDB Enterprise Operator for Kubernetes generally available.