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.
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.
JSON Schema Validation - Dependencies you can depend on
Being able to define a schema based on other properties can be a great benefit in that it can move application logic into the database itself. In this article, we go beyond basic schema and array validation and look at how we define these dependencies.
MongoDB Engineering Journal Looks at Transpiling
The latest publication on the MongoDB Engineering Journal is "Transpiling Between Any Programming Languages - Part 1)".
Build Geospatial Visualizations with MongoDB Charts
MongoDB Charts now supports a range of geospatial chart types, allowing you to render data on a map, making it easy to expose trends, gain insights and tell stories using your geographic data. Let us introduce you to the different map chart types and when it makes sense to use them.
Transactions Background Part 6: Retryable Writes
Recent features in MongoDB such as multi-document ACID transactions have required foundational enhancements in MongoDB to enable them. One of these foundational changes is the ability to perform retryable writes.
How to Experience MongoDB 4.2 Beta on Atlas
Here's your chance to learn about MongoDB 4.2 the easy way - by getting to use it on MongoDB Atlas. Be up and running with the latest pre-release of MongoDB and try out Wildcard Indexes, On-Demand Materialized Views and more.