GIANT Stories at MongoDB

MongoDB Enterprise Operator for Kubernetes Now Generally Available

We are pleased to announce that the MongoDB Enterprise Operator for Kubernetes is now generally available and ready for production deployments. Operators enable the Kubernetes container orchestration system to control specific applications.

The Enterprise Operator is a new component which enables both private, hybrid and public cloud devops teams to seamlessly integrate MongoDB deployments with applications, microservices and other components of the modern development stack and delivery platforms.

MongoDB Atlas Data Lake Debuts at MongoDB World

MongoDB Atlas Data Lake is a new member of the MongoDB Atlas family which has just been announced at MongoDB World and is available in public beta. It brings the technology that has made MongoDB the most popular document database in the world and applies it to the great data lakes of the cloud. As companies have accumulated more and more data in cloud storage like Amazon S3, so the need to process that data effectively has risen.

With MongoDB Atlas Data Lake, you use the MongoDB Query Language, which is built for rich, complex structures and work with data stored in JSON, BSON, CSV, TSV, Avro, and Parquet formats. Data is analyzed on demand with no infrastructure setup and no time-consuming transformations, pre-processing or metadata management.

Aggregation Pipeline Builder Comes To Atlas

This week we have released the Aggregation Pipeline Builder in MongoDB Atlas. This tool allows developers to quickly learn, test, and visualize the power of MongoDB’s aggregation framework through a simple user interface.

Coming Soon - MongoDB Atlas as a native service on the Google Cloud

Leo Zheng

Releases, Cloud

Building and managing applications with MongoDB Atlas on Google Cloud is about to become even easier. That's because we are pleased to announce an expanded technical and business partnership with Google which will bring MongoDB Atlas into the Google Cloud Console.

New Monitoring Integration for MongoDB Atlas Metrics in Datadog

MongoDB Atlas customers are now able to harness the application stack monitoring power of Datadog thanks to a new live metrics integration between the two services.

The MongoDB Atlas and Datadog monitoring integration allows customers to pass live performance metrics to a Datadog dashboard using an API key.

Developer Spotlight: ArchitectNow And Building A Software Development Firm To Last

Kevin Grossnicklaus is the Principal of ArchitectNow, a successful software development firm located in St.Louis. Using MongoDB Atlas and Microsoft Azure, his team designs, builds and launches robust web and mobile applications for startups and Fortune 100 clients alike.

Building an AI-powered workplace ticketing system on MongoDB Atlas at Spoke

At every company, workplace teams are flooded with hundreds of questions on a daily basis. Support ticket platform, Spoke, aims to drastically simplify managing and responding to these time consuming queries. But Spoke goes beyond traditional ticketing with their friendly, AI-powered chatbot that gives workplace teams hours of time back as it automatically responds to questions on Slack, email, SMS, and web. And the more employees ask, the more Spoke learns.

Replace tedious coding with MongoDB Stitch and public APIs

Do away with tedious, generic application code using public web APIs and MongoDB Stitch. This post shows how to use the Stitch HTTP service, a Stitch Function, and a public API to validate form data in a website.

From Legacy Website to Serverless with MongoDB Stitch Hosting

Refreshing legacy websites can be a tricky process, but as Andrew Morgan finds when he renovates an old website of his own, the procedure can be pretty painless when you use MongoDB Stitch. See how he makes use of the new Stitch Hosting and applies Stitch's QueryAnywhere and Triggers to make database access simple.

MongoDB Stitch Triggers & Amazon Kinesis – The AWS re:Invent Stitch Rover Demo

Using MongoDB Stitch Triggers to push data from our MongoDB Stitch/Mobile rover onto an Amazon AWS Kinesis stream.