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Announcing the MongoDB 3.4 Bug Hunt

Alim Gafar
September 29, 2016

We are pleased to announce the availability of MongoDB 3.3.14, the final dev release before MongoDB 3.4.0-rc0, 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 appl...

Zones, Graphs, Views - Get to Know MongoDB 3.4

Danielle James
September 29, 2016

Our latest version of MongoDB is on the brink of being released, and we want to celebrate this special occasion with you! MongoDB 3.4 includes a range of powerful features that will be valuable to you, no matter what your technical role is.

Join the celebration in San Francisco at MongoDB Launchpad on November 1st!

At the event, you’ll hear from the team behind MongoDB, see live demos of our new ...

Learn about Containers, MongoDB Atlas, and OpenShift in NYC on October 6th

Danielle James
September 28, 2016

OpenShift, Red Hat’s container platform, and MongoDB work together to provide a workflow that automatically pushes code from development through to production. This makes combining both solutions a powerful choice for application developers - resulting in rapid deployments.

Learn how to set up and use MongoDB and OpenShift at an Evening with MongoDB and Red Hat, coming up on October 6th in the Mo...

MongoDB 3.2.10-rc2 is released

MongoDB
September 27, 2016

MongoDB 3.2.10-rc2 is out and is ready for testing. This is a release candidate containing only fixes since 3.2.9. The next stable release 3.2.10 will be 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...

How Saavn Grew to India’s Largest Music Streaming Service with MongoDB

Mat Keep
September 26, 2016

Building a push notification system on a sophisticated data analytics pipeline powered by Apache Kafka, Storm and MongoDB

2015 was an important year for the music industry. It was the first time digital became the primary revenue source for recorded music, overtaking sales of physical formats. Key to this milestone was the revenue generated by streaming services – growing over 45% in a single year...

MongoDB 3.2.10-rc1 is released

MongoDB
September 21, 2016

MongoDB 3.2.10-rc1 is out and is ready for testing. This is a release candidate containing only fixes since 3.2.9. The next stable release 3.2.10 will be 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...

Serverless Architectures: The Evolution of Cloud Computing

Jason Ma
September 21, 2016

Introduction

Since the advent of the computer, building software has been a complicated process. Over the past decade, new infrastructure approaches (IaaS and PaaS), software architectures (SOA and Microservices), and methodologies (Agile, Continuous Delivery and DevOps) have emerged to mitigate the complexity of application development. While microservices has been the hot tren...

Building Applications with MongoDB's Pluggable Storage Engines: Part 2

Jason Ma
September 20, 2016

In the previous post, I discussed MongoDB’s pluggable storage engine architecture and characteristics of each storage engine. In this post, I will talk about how to select which storage engine to use, as well as mixing and matching storage engines in a replica set.

How To Select Which Storage Engine To Use

WiredTiger Workloads

WiredTiger will be the storage engine of choice for most workloads. Wi...