MongoDB for GIANT Stories

Configuring KeystoneJS to Use MongoDB Atlas

Andrew Morgan
July 28, 2016

KeystoneJS is an open source framework for building web applications and Content Management Systems. It's built on top of MongoDB, Express, and Node.js - key components of the ubiquitous MEAN stack.

This post explains why MongoDB Atlas is an ideal choice for KeystoneJS and then goes on to show how to configure KeystoneJS to use it.

Why are KeystoneJS and MongoDB Atlas a Good Match

The MEAN st...

Idea to Production In Less Than 12 Months: Building a Flexible Smart Home Platform Using MongoDB at Vivint

MongoDB
July 27, 2016

America’s Largest Smart Home Solutions Company Scales to 500m Data Points per Day on Geo-Distributed MongoDB cluster

We’re really interested in delivering a lifestyle experience. It’s not just about cool flashy features in your house. We want really to make your life simpler.

That’s how Nick Brown, Principal Software Architect at Vivint, explained his company’s vision to tech publication Datana...

Leaf in the Wild: Foyer Assurances SA Moves from Relational Databases to MongoDB to Accelerate Digital Transformation

Mat Keep
July 25, 2016

Every enterprise is embarking on digital transformation – bringing applications and services online to more quickly and efficiently serve their customers and enter new markets. But some of their technology choices of the past are now holding them back.

I met with Damien Goosse, Chief Architect in the IT department at Foyer, to discuss how they turned to MongoDB to accelerate application innovation...

Healthcare Compliance Platform Enables Hospitals to Achieve Significant Savings in Drug Discounts

MongoDB
July 25, 2016

MongoDB Delivers Performance, Scale and Functionality to Help Verity Solutions Drive Competitive Advantage with Data-intensive Application

Verity Solutions is driven to help healthcare organizations save money so they can extend care to those who need it most. Their technology enables hospitals to maintain compliance and maximize cost savings related to the healthcare industry law known as 340B....

Leaf in the Wild: comparethemarket.com Migrates to MongoDB, Bringing Apps to Market 2x Faster than Relational Databases

Mat Keep
July 20, 2016

Out-Innovating Competitors with MongoDB, Microservices, Docker, Hadoop, and the Cloud

Internet and mobile technologies put power firmly in the hands of the customer. Nowhere more so than in the world of price comparison services, allowing users to find the best deals for them with just a few clicks or swipes. comparethemarket.com has grown to become one of the UK’s leading providers, and one of ...

Visualizing your data with MongoDB Compass

Jason Ma
July 19, 2016

Introduction

Since the inception of MongoDB, the primary interface to the database has been the mongo shell. While the shell is incredibly powerful, it can be intimidating for new users, and let's face it — there are lots of things about managing data and a database that are easier to do with a GUI.

In MongoDB 3.2 we introduced MongoDB Compass — our GUI for MongoDB. Our goal with Compass is t...

MongoDB and Cisco: Creating a Fully Orchestrated Continuous Delivery Pipeline for Rapid Platform Upgrades

MongoDB
July 15, 2016

OpenStack with Puppet and MongoDB Ops Manager Automates Database Provisioning Across Multiple Data Centers

Cisco uses MongoDB in multiple projects across the company. At MongoDB World this year, two of its software developers presented how they had built a fully automated Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) pipeline to enable one of their largest customers to rapidly push new fea...

MongoDB World 2016 is a wrap! Presentations now available.

Meghan Gill
July 15, 2016

Thank you to the 2000+ in-person attendees, 2,000+ live stream viewers, and 30+ sponsors who attended MongoDB World. For those of you who were unable to attend, we’ve gathered our favorite highlights into our Extend the Experience microsite.

Visit Extend the Experience

MongoDB Atlas

Leading up to MongoDB World, we told you something giant was coming. We were excited to announce and demo MongoDB ...