This week we announced MongoDB 3.2. The upcoming release will be generally available later this year.
MongoDB 3.2 includes several exciting enhancements, including document validation, an encrypted storage engine, the new MongoDB Connector for BI, improvements to Ops Manager and Cloud Manager, and the introduction of a graphical interface to MongoDB called Compass. To learn more, please check out the following resources:
MongoDB 3.2.0-rc2 is released
MongoDB 3.2.0-rc2 is out and is ready for testing. This is the culmination of the 3.1.x development series. This release candidate includes community support for the $lookup operator. Fixed in this release candidate: SERVER-19095 $lookup SERVER-20152 Lock SymmetricKey data pointer to avoid swapping SERVER-20858 Invariant failure in OplogStones for non-capped oplog creation SERVER-20901 Make LockPinging test in replset_dist_lock_manager_test robust to cv spurious wake ups SERVER-20969 Enforce restriction that $indexStats is the first pipeline stage SERVER-20977 improve code coverage of db/repl in unit test suite SERVER-20979 add replication test commands to support failover time performance testing SERVER-21102 Add more basic tests for split and auto split SERVER-21109 Add test for balancer active window SERVER-21150 Basic startup logging should be done as early as possible in initAndListen SERVER-21169 Make all CSRS config server reads retry on notMaster and network errors SERVER-21224 Use “git describe” instead of version.json to set release version TOOLS-860 Add test coverage for intersection of tools and document validation TOOLS-937 Run legacy and js tests against latest release 3.2 Release Notes | Downloads | All Issues As always, please let us know of any issues. – The MongoDB Team
Top 5 MongoDB Podcast Episodes in 2022 (so far)
At MongoDB, one of our core values is to be focused on building together. One way we lean into this value is by bringing some of the best voices and stories from the database and tech communities onto our podcast. Podcasts help communities learn and connect. So as we head toward the end of the year, let’s take a look back—or, perhaps, a listen back—to our top episodes based on listens from The MongoDB Podcast so far in 2022. Episode 107 - Introduction to WiredTiger with Dr. Michael Cahill Dr. Michael Cahill co-founded the WiredTiger company and the storage engine by the same name. In our most-listened to episode from 2022 so far, Dr. Cahill sits down with Michael to talk about the storage engine, its strengths and capabilities, and a little about his journey as a database industry legend. Episode 108 - Exploring Postman with Arlemi Turpault In this episode of the MongoDB Podcast, Michael Lynn discusses Postman with Arlemi Turpault, Senior Developer Advocate at Postman. Postman is an application used for API testing. It is an HTTP client that tests HTTP requests, utilizing a graphical user interface through which we obtain different types of responses that need to be validated. Episode 109 - Prisma and MongoDB - Better Together Prisma is an open source ORM for Node.js and TypeScript that helps developers build faster and make fewer errors. On this episode, host Mike Lynn sits down with Nikolas Burk and Matt Miller of the Prisma team to discuss the Prisma + MongoDB launch week. Burk is a Developer Advocate and Miller is a Product Manager at Prisma, and together they outline what Prisma is now capable of with MongoDB support, including effects on developer workflows and efficiency. Episode 106 - Securing the Internet with Josh Aas, Sarah Gran of ISRG In this episode of the podcast, Michael talks with Josh Aas and Sarah Gran of the Internet Security Research Group (ISRG). They walk listeners through their mission to secure the internet through projects like Let's Encrypt , the automated digital certificate authority, and Prossimo , which focuses on transforming risks around memory safety in popular open source projects. MongoDB World Series Our number five blog so far in 2022 was a preview of MongoDB World. But why listen to a preview when you can dive into the actual event? Live at MongoDB World 2022, host Michael Lynn met with a variety of customers, partners, and experts on-site in New York City. Those conversations formed a great series filled with stories, learning and community. Check out the series episodes: Ep. 121 The MongoDB World Series - Oli Proulx from ChargeHub Ep. 120 The MongoDB World Series - Simcha Coleman from Inspirit Ep. 119 The MongoDB World Series - David Sarabia from inRecovery Ep. 118 The MongoDB World Series - Nick Gamble from Unqork Ep. 117 The MongoDB World Series - Beray Bentesen from Qubitro Ep. 116 The MongoDB World Series - Vatsal Singhal from Ultrahuman Subscribe to The MongoDB Podcast wherever you listen to your podcasts so you can stay up to date with all our new episodes, dropping weekly. And if you are a tech expert or enthusiast with a passion for sharing your thoughts, opinions, and stories, connect with Michael Lynn to discuss a podcast guest opportunity.