GIANT Stories at MongoDB

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.

MongoDB Charts is now Generally Available!

Today at MongoDB World in New York, we announced the General Availability of MongoDB Charts, the quickest and easiest way to build visualizations over your MongoDB data.

Triggers Arrive on MongoDB Atlas

MongoDB's new Atlas Triggers are bringing the power of MongoDB's serverless Triggers directly to MongoDB Atlas databases. Atlas Triggers provide a database-centric way of automating common tasks and allow for the decoupling of scheduled operations from applications.

MongoDB Atlas Users Get New Support And Backup Options

With new options for Atlas support and more customisation for Cloud Provider Snapshot backups, MongoDB Atlas keeps on improving the experience for developers and administrators looking to deliver better value.

Workload Isolation with Atlas and Charts

MongoDB Charts on Atlas now supports Workload Isolation, ensuring the queries used to generate visualisations do not interfere with transactional workloads. Find out how you can put Workload Isolation to work for your charts.

Kafka is Coming - Previewing The Official MongoDB Connector for Apache Kafka

We're happy to announce that an official, native and fully-supported MongoDB Connector for Apache Kafka is in development. An alpha release of that work is now available. Find out more about our roadmap for what we are building and our other plans for our new Connector.

Atlas Mapped: Private Network Peering on Azure & GCP

The MongoDB Atlas platform is constantly evolving and the Atlas Mapped series keeps you up to date with what's launched in Atlas over the past few weeks. In this edition, we look at the latest in private network peering options available on Azure and Google Cloud Platform.

MongoDB’s Official Brew Tap Now Open And Flowing

We know macOS users love using Homebrew, aka Brew, "the missing package manager for macOS". Its made life so much simpler installing both open source and freely available applications - it lets anyone create a tap to make their software available. That is why we are very happy to announce that we now have our own official MongoDB Tap which makes it simpler than ever to install the latest MongoDB.

MongoDB Charts Gets Embeddable

Jane Fine

Releases, Charts

MongoDB Chart’s latest feature is embeddable charts and MongoDB Atlas users are the first to get a preview of it. Now you can present your users with live charts from your data and you can do it without writing stacks of code.

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.