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MongoDB Community Edition

The community version of our distributed document database provides powerful ways to query and analyze your data.
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MongoDB Community Server

MongoDB Community Server Download

The Community version of our distributed database offers a flexible document data model along with support for ad-hoc queries, secondary indexing, and real-time aggregations to provide powerful ways to access and analyze your data.



The database is also offered as a fully-managed service with MongoDB Atlas. Get access to advanced functionality such as auto-scaling, serverless instances (in preview), full-text search, and data distribution across regions and clouds. Deploy in minutes on AWS, Google Cloud, and/or Azure, with no downloads necessary.

Give it a try with a free, highly-available 512 MB cluster.

  • 6.0.2-rc1 (release candidate)
  • 6.0.1 (current)
  • 5.0.13-rc0 (release candidate)
  • 5.0.12
  • 4.4.17-rc2 (release candidate)
  • 4.4.16
  • 4.2.23-rc1 (release candidate)
  • 4.2.22
  • 4.0.28
  • 3.6.23
  • 3.4.24
  • 3.2.22
  • 3.0.15
  • Amazon Linux 2
  • Amazon Linux 2 ARM 64
  • Debian 10.0
  • Debian 11.0
  • macOS
  • macOS ARM 64
  • RedHat / CentOS 7.0
  • RedHat / CentOS 8.0
  • RedHat / CentOS 8.2 ARM 64
  • Source (tgz)
  • Source (zip)
  • SUSE 12
  • SUSE 15
  • Ubuntu 18.04
  • Ubuntu 18.04 ARM 64
  • Ubuntu 20.04
  • Ubuntu 20.04 ARM 64
  • Windows
  • mongos
  • server
  • tgz
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MongoDB Community Kubernetes Operator Download

Kubernetes Operators are application-specific controllers that extend the Kubernetes API to create, configure, and manage instances of stateful applications such as databases. On self-managed infrastructure – whether on-premises or in the cloud – Kubernetes users can use the MongoDB Community Operator for Kubernetes to deploy MongoDB clusters.

Using the MongoDB Kubernetes operator, you have full control over your MongoDB deployment from a single Kubernetes control plane, with a consistent experience across different deployment environments.