This white paper analyzes how the state of the art has quickly evolved from "big data" to fast data; defines the requirements, components, and capabilities of event-driven architecture; and discusses how MongoDB is core to unleashing the power of real time across the organization. It then provides specific use cases and customer proof points presenting companies that are evolving and thriving as a result of working with MongoDB to deploy this innovation- and agility-enhancing architecture.
The Forrester Wave™: Translytical Data Platforms, Q4 2019
The power of Translytics is to consolidate previously separate transactional (System of Record), operational (System of Engagement), and analytical (System of Insight) workloads into a single, unified data platform. Combining these workloads enables you to get insights and take action on integrated data faster and at scale, with lower complexity and risk. Get your complimentary copy of the report to learn: Why the Translytical market is a “hot, emerging market" How the vendors scored on the various criteria Which Translytical solutions are best for your business Why MongoDB is positioned as a Strong Performer, earning 9 perfect scores including for Multi-Model, Data Security, High Availability/Disaster Recovery and Customer Adoption
The Offline-first Approach to Mobile App Development
Offline first is not easy, and the usual approaches each have severe limitations. Caching is fast and efficient, but only allows data to flow one way: from the server to the device. Manual replication gives users read/write capability, but at the cost of introducing possible conflicts, multiple failure points, and a need for a robust network pipeline. And building solutions with either approach from the ground up requires engineering resources, expertise, and budgets that are better spent elsewhere. Key Takeaways: Understand the challenges of mobile computing and unreliable networks Discover the advantages of implementing an offline-first approach to app development Compare common approaches and pitfalls of making apps offline-first See how a real-time data sync platform can improve your user experience
MongoDB 4.2: Guide to What’s New
MongoDB Server 4.2 advances the state of the art in modern transactional and analytical data platforms. It gives you ACID guarantees and sophisticated data processing pipelines at any scale, secured by some of the industry’s most advanced encryption controls. You can run 4.2 anywhere: in your data center, in a hybrid model, and with Atlas, you get the only fully-managed, cloud-native MongoDB service available on AWS, Azure, and GCP. In this guide, we cover the key enhancements in MongoDB 4.2: ACID Guarantees: distributed, cross-shard transactions, global point-in-time reads, and mutable shard key values Query and Analytics: Atlas Data Lake, on-demand materialized views, wildcard indexes, and MongoDB Charts for rich data visualizations Resilience and Scale: retryable reads and writes, 10x faster elections, and Zstandard compression Enterprise Security: Client-side field level encryption, multiple CAs with zero downtime certificate rotation, and 3x lower auditing overhead Run Anywhere: Atlas auto scaling, full-text search service, along with Kubernetes and Apache Kafka integrations Download the white paper to learn more and get started with MongoDB 4.2 You can try out MongoDB 4.2 today on Atlas, and to help you on your way, you have $200 of free credits by entering the code MONGODB4DOT2.
Build Better Apps Faster - An Overview of the Realm Platform
The Realm Platform takes our mission of helping developers build better apps, faster to the next level by offering an end-to-end solution for delivering fast, stable, reactive and robust mobile applications. Learn how Realm Platform can help you design world-class apps with world-class features. This white paper is a comprehensive overview of the Realm Platform that will give you clarity on everything from the core concepts to implementation examples. Your Opportunity to Understand: The conceptual foundation of Realm Components of the platform How it all works plus implementation examples Key mobile use cases