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MongoDB 3.4.0-rc1 is released

October 20, 2016

MongoDB 3.4.0-rc1 is out and is ready for testing. This is the culmination of the 3.3.x development series.

Fixed in this release candidate:

  • SERVER-19153 Conditionally push $match before $project
  • SERVER-25459 Create command should reject unknown options
  • SERVER-25892 listDatabases command doesn't hold global lock when getting the list of databases
  • SERVER-26448 initial sync collection clone...

Leaf in the Wild: KPMG France Enters the Cloud Era with New MongoDB Data Lake

Mat Keep
October 19, 2016

Love it or loathe it, the term “big data” continues to gain awareness and adoption in every industry. No longer just the preserve of internet companies, traditional businesses are innovating with “big data” applications in ways that were unimaginable just a few years ago.

A great example of this is KPMG France’s deployment of a MongoDB-based data lake to support its accounting suite named Loop, an...

Crossing the Chasm: Looking Back on a Seminal Year of Cloud Technology

Peter Zawistowicz
October 18, 2016

This post is part of our Road to re:Invent series. In the weeks leading up to AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas this November, we'll be posting about a number of topics related to running MongoDB in the public cloud.

On the main stage of Amazon’s AWS re:Invent conference in Las Vegas last year, Capital One’s CIO, Rob Alexander made his way into headlines of tech publications when he explained that...

Getting Started with Python, PyMODM, and MongoDB Atlas

Jason Ma
October 05, 2016

What is PyMODM

PyMODM is an object modeling package for Python that works like an Object Relational Mapping (ORM) and provides a validation and modeling layer on top of PyMongo (MongoDB’s Python driver). Developers can use PyMODM as a template to model their data, validate schemas, and easily delete referenced objects. PyMODM can be used with any Python framework, is compatible with Python 3, and ...

MongoDB 3.4.0-rc0 is released

October 05, 2016

MongoDB 3.4.0-rc0 is out and is ready for testing. This is the culmination of the 3.3.x development series.

As with previous major releases, we welcome the Community's involvement in testing our release candidates through our Bug Hunt. We invite you to help us ensure the quality of this release, and we want to give away some great prizes to those who do. You can learn more about how to get inv...

MongoDB 3.2.10 is released

September 30, 2016

MongoDB 3.2.10 is out and is ready for production deployment. This release contains only fixes since 3.2.9, and is a recommended upgrade for all 3.2 users.

Fixed in this release:

  • SERVER-12048 Calling "service mongod start" with mongod running prevents "service mongod stop" from working
  • SERVER-16801 Update considers a change in numerical type to be a noop
  • SERVER-20306 75% ex...

MongoDB at DevFest DC 2016

Jay Gordon
September 30, 2016

Being a Technical Account Manager with MongoDB's Cloud Team often means getting an opportunity to meet great new people and reconnect with familiar faces. I was recently invited by the Google Dev Group in Washington DC to come and discuss MongoDB at DevFest DC 2016.

While the world is fairly knowledgeable of the explosive technology scenes in Silicon Valley and New York City, the DC area shou...

Announcing the MongoDB 3.4 Bug Hunt

Alim Gafar
September 29, 2016

We are pleased to announce the availability of MongoDB 3.4.0-rc1, our first 3.4 release candidate. This release comes packed with new features and improvements; see the development release notes for more details.

We’ve put the release through rigorous correctness, performance, and usability testing, and now it’s time to extend that rigor to as many application environments as we can. We are inviti...