MongoDB 6.0.0 is released

MongoDB 6.0 is now live and ready to download! Key highlights with this release include time series enhancements, new functionality and performance improvements to change streams and the introduction of Queryable Encryption (preview). For more on the new features and enhancements, be sure to check out the 7 big reasons to upgrade to MongoDB 6.0.

You can also review the release notes to learn more about the new features as well as the upgrade procedures and instructions on how to report an issue.

Last but not least, we would like to acknowledge the following community members who have contributed to this release:

akos kristo, Alon Horev, Ankit Shah, Ayhan APAYDIN, Casey Carter, Chris Kramer, Daniel Hegener, David Holland, deyukong, Elliot Metsger, Halvor Strand, hung hoang, Igor Canadi, Igor Solodovnikov, Jack Park, Jackson Dagger, Jan Votava, Jiang Li, Jing Wu, jing xu, Kent Green, Martin Müller, Maxim Zasorin, Michael Tartre, Nehal J Wani, Paran Lee, Patrick Dawson, Paulo Pereira, Radosław Piliszek, Ruben Herold, Ryan Schmidt, Tejaswi Nadahalli, Tema G., Tianon Gravi, Tom Scott, Tomas Mozes, Tommy Lee, VINICIUS GRIPPA, vinllen chen, William Deegan, Yingdong Yuan

MongoDB 6.0 Release Notes | Changelog | Downloads

– The MongoDB Team


Where can I find information regarding the differences between the community and enterprise edition features for 6.0?

This datasheet calls what’s included in Enterprise. This was last updated in 2021based off copyright, but it should give you what you’re looking for.

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