Exposes the full power of working with documents in MongoDB and the MongoDB query language, directly from your web and mobile application frontend code. A powerful rules engine lets developers declare fine-grained security policies.
Allow a doctor to read medical records for just their patients and administrators to find which services are keeping patients waiting longest.
Update inventory levels, send a delivery request to your warehouse system, and record the order in the customer's profile – all with a single method call from the client application.
Executes functions in real time in response to changes in the database or user authentication events.
Send a text message or email to notify a customer that their balance has fallen below their threshold.
Empowers developers to quickly build apps with GraphQL, the groundbreaking API query language that provides a single endpoint for flexible, efficient data access.
Build your movie recommendations website with GraphQL to easily combine films, actors, and reviews stored across MongoDB — so pages load as fast as possible for visitors to your site.
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Can I use my existing MongoDB database with MongoDB Stitch?
Yes, MongoDB Stitch works with any MongoDB Atlas cluster using version 3.4+. If you want to open up data that you hold in an existing MongoDB Atlas database, then you can define security rules to selectively expose portions of the data to other applications through Stitch.
What scale does MongoDB Stitch support?
MongoDB Stitch intelligently provisions and manages compute across tens of thousands of applications making it simple for us to transparently scale to your workload at any point in time. Stitch scales automatically to cope with any workload that you throw at it.
The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion. This information is merely intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision nor is this a commitment, promise or legal obligation to deliver any material, code, or functionality.