MongoDB 4.2 is now GA: Ready for your Production Apps
MongoDB 4.2 is now generally available and with 100,000 instances spun up already, it is ready for your production apps.
Going in MongoDB 4.2
There's a lot going into MongoDB 4.2, like on-demand materialized views, pipeline powered updates and distributed transactions. And as we cleared the way for those new features, so we moved on and various commands and options that were previously deprecated are now completely removed. Find out what here.
The MongoDB Perl Driver is being deprecated
The latest release of the Perl driver, 2.2.0, will be the last for the Perl driver as it is now deprecated and will reach end of life in August 2020.
The 4.2 GA Challenge
Tried MongoDB 4.2 yet? It's just gone GA and we want to hear from you what new features you particularly liked.
BI Connector: Using Customizations - Part 2
The latest enhancement to the BI Connector sees MongoDB acting as a repository for all your schema customization.
Personalize your Embedded Charts with Custom Filters
MongoDB Charts now allows developers to embed charts with customizable filters, resulting in more personalized visualizations for users.
BI Connector: Mapping Document Structures to Relational Schema - Part 1
Take control of the BI Connector and take control of your document/relational mapping with this introduction to how BI Connector translates your rich documents into rigid SQL schemas.
Coming in MongoDB 4.2 - On-Demand Materialized Views
Creating views and efficiently updating them with the aggregation framework, that's what On-Demand Materialized Views are all about.