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 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.
London's MongoDB.local has fun on the agenda too
It was packed in 2018 As well as all the great MongoDB technology coverage scheduled for London's MongoDB.local — see MongoDB is coming to London for more details of that — we can promise you a great time at this year's London event. It's not just about learning what’s new in MongoDB, but also being able to recharge quickly ready for the next slab of prime information. Our latest slabs of brain food include Sessions on IOT best practices for MongoDB: Learn how your data modeling can be the key to a fast, powerful IOT implementation. Using Kubernetes and MongoDB together efficiently: Automate your operations and keep MongoDB at the heart of your ops story. Streaming data with MongoDB: Handling large volumes of data? Thats a job for streaming. A methodology for modelling data in MongoDB: How do you move to a document model without bringing the weaknesses of relational data models with you? Machine learning with MongoDB: A database is a modelers best friend; find out how MongoDB can help your ML plans. Tips and Tricks for indexing your MongoDB: Having the right indexes for the job makes MongoDB fly. And a look at backing up in the public cloud: The best backups are the ones you have. Learn how to face the challenge of cloud backup. The Early Bird deals are long gone but as you're a reader of the blog, we have a special discount code for you - NIGHTINGALE35. Register for MongoDB.local London with that code and get the super early bird discount. That link will also take you to the complete session and speaker line up if you want to be sure you're going to the most informative and educational MongoDB event in the UK this year. Lessons were learned (about MongoDB) Recharge your brain If the main talks don't tickle your inner nerd, check out the Shard-N track, a delicious deep dive into more challenging territory - Dive into a Stitch Tutorial, go hands-on with Realm Mobile, find out how Field Level Encryption works to protect data or learn about BI Connector's ability to transform SQL queries into MongoDB queries. If you want to play, but want to stay in the MongoDB theme, check out one of the huge hits of MongoDB World, the IoT-enabled slot car racing. Find out how the track was made smart so that the work of keeping score happens in MongoDB. And drive a few laps yourself and try to take the racing top spot. Games to refresh and challenge Recharge your game If slot cars aren't your thing and you just want to power up a bit, we're covering the floors with arcade machines so you can relax with some of your favorite classic games. It's a great way to recharge between the packed talks and burn off some energy. Whatever your gaming choice, we'll have something for you. Everyone is catered for Recharge yourself And for when you are ready for that physical recharge, from breakfast and throughout the day, we'll have eight food trucks and spots around MongoDB London, ready to sate your desires from barbecue and pie, to Poke and Thai. You'll be able to check out Eat Chay, Komex Kitchen, MyPie, Prairie Fire BBQ, Grilling Greek, Yaay Yaay, Nazari or Lords of Poke, you'll Feel fuller faster. A shared thought over a drink Go Happy For that imbibe at the end of the day, you'll find yourself welcome at the Drink Reception/MongoDB Happy Hour. Refreshments of all sorts will be available including the softest of sodas. Cold Sweet moments Go Sweet If you just desire the sweet sweet sugar rush to power your way through the day, we've got you covered too. The Nitro Icecream Parlour will be ready to sate your icy sweet needs and for the real MongoDB fans, the Instant Logopops will leaf you amazed by their tastiness! Inclusion in the lounge Go Inclusive For the first time, the Women and Trans-coders lounge is open at MongoDB London .local. The space is designed to voices of non-binary people, women, and trans people within our engineering community, and includes sessions, open to all attendees, on career growth and building community. Kitting up, MongoDB style Get Swagged up And it wouldn't be a MongoDB event without a chance to walk away with a leaf-enhanced wearable and, rest assured, there will be swag, with a very MongoDB theme. So there you have it - MongoDB London.local - an event packed with databases, learning, fun, food and more. Sign up today to make sure you don't miss out. We have a special discount code for blog readers - NIGHTINGALE35. Register for MongoDB.local London with that code and get the super early bird discount. That link will also take you to the complete session and speaker line up if you want to be sure you're going to the most informative and educational MongoDB event in the UK this year.
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.