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The latest update on all things MongoDB, from new capabilities in MongoDB 5.x to serverless databases in MongoDB Atlas, and much more.
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MongoDB 5.x Series

The next generation of MongoDB. Build new applications faster. Future-proof, scale, and secure them in ways that are ahead of other databases.
Native Time Series Platform
Introduced with MongoDB 5.0, time series collections, clustered indexing, analytics functions, and federated query with Atlas Data Lake make it faster and lower cost to build and run IoT and financial applications.
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Time Series Enhancements (5.1, 5.2, 5.3)
The 5.x Rapid Releases introduce new time series capabilities including support for automatic data archival, data densification and gap filling to better handle missing data, delete operations, columnar compression, and the ability to distribute time series datasets across shards.
Cross-Shard Joins & Graph Traversals (5.1)
Introduced in prior versions of the database, $lookup (joins) and $graphlookup (graph traversal) previously supported replica sets. Now they work against sharded clusters, allowing users to combine and traverse related data across shards.
Live Resharding
Horizontally scale-out your workloads without friction. As your workload grows and evolves, change the shard key for your collection on-demand with no database downtime or complex migrations.
Stable API
The Stable API, introduced with 5.0, makes it easier to upgrade to the latest MongoDB version without worrying about introducing breaking changes to your code base. It includes a subset of MongoDB commands that applications commonly use, and which we'll ensure remain consistent for many years.
Multi-Cloud Client-Side Encryption
Bringing some of the industry’s strongest data privacy controls to all major clouds. MongoDB drivers encrypt sensitive fields application-side, protecting data in-motion, in-memory, and at-rest. With MongoDB 5.1, client-side encryption will also work with any KMIP-compliant KMS.
Operational Analytics Enhancements (5.1)
Aggregations that write the results of a pipeline to a collection — e.g., updating a view — can now execute on secondaries. This allows users to direct more of their analytics queries to dedicated analytics resources, minimizing resource contention with operational workloads.
Run MongoDB 5.0 Anywhere
From multi-cloud clusters or serverless instances in Atlas to private and hybrid deployments controlled by Ops Manager 5.0 and Kubernetes, no other database gives you so much freedom.
Initial Sync via File Copy (5.2)
The 5.2 Rapid Release introduces the option of performing a node's initial sync with a file copy rather than a logical sync, with up to 4x performance improvement.
New Accumulators & Array Sorting (5.2)
New operators in 5.2 include options to calculate elements of a data set ($top, $bottom, $maxN, $minN, and more), plus $sortArray to sort an array based on its elements.
Long-Running Snapshot Queries (5.0, 5.2)
Introduced in preview in 5.0 and promoted to GA in 5.2, this capability allows queries to run up to five minutes by default (or longer with configuration) while maintaining consistent snapshot isolation.

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MongoDB Atlas

The only multi-cloud application data platform that gives you the versatility you need to build sophisticated and resilient applications that can adapt to changing customer demands and market trends.
100x Faster Facets and Counts
Available in preview with Atlas Search, faceted search allows users to filter and quickly navigate search results by category and see the total number of results per category for at-a-glance statistics.
Atlas Data API
Available in preview the new Atlas Data API is a REST-like, resilient API that will allow developers to perform complex queries and aggregations against data in MongoDB Atlas. Scalable and secure, enjoy the efficiency of intuitive, out-of-the-box data access over HTTPS.
Serverless Instances (Preview)
The power of MongoDB with the ease and efficiency of serverless. Try out our new serverless instances that automatically and dynamically scale to meet your workload and pay only for the resources you use.
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Atlas Search Synonyms
Build rich full-text search on top of your data in Atlas. Define semantically equivalent search terms to improve results and help people find the content they want.

MongoDB Realm

The fastest way to build performant, resilient apps that run offline and keep data in sync across multiple devices, users, and the backend.
New SDKs
Realm's new Unity SDK (GA) makes it easy for game developers to store and sync data. Language-native Flutter and Kotlin Multiplatform SDKs (in Alpha) simplify building cross-platform apps with cutting-edge frameworks.
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MongoDB for Analytics

MongoDB Charts integration with Atlas Data Lake
Easily visualize richly structured, federated data from MongoDB Atlas databases and Amazon S3 without any data movement or transformation.
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Developer Tools and Integrations

MongoDB Shell
The new MongoDB Shell is the quickest way to connect to MongoDB and Atlas to work with your data and manage your database. With its enhanced usability features, working with your data has never been so easy.
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MongoDB Conector for Apache Kafka
The latest release of the
MongoDB Connector for the Apache Kafka adds native support for time series allowing you to automatically create time series collections directly from the kafka topic messages.
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Improved Productivity for C# Developers
MongoDB 5.1 will introduce a completely redesigned LINQ interface that will allow C# developers to write all of their MongoDB queries — including sophisticated aggregation pipelines — natively in C#.