Tag: MongoDB 3.6

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Announcing MongoDB 3.6

Today we’re announcing the release of MongoDB 3.6, the latest milestone in our efforts to give developers the most productive general-purpose data management systems for modern applications. 3.6 makes it easier than ever to work with data in the most natural, efficient, and frictionless way possible. Allowing developers to persist rich, nested data without flattening …

NoSQL MongoDB

Announcing the General Availability of MongoDB 3.6

We announced MongoDB 3.6 in November. Following great community feedback on the 3.6 release candidates, we’re happy to say that 3.6 is now generally available and ready for production deployments. You can download the community version and MongoDB Enterprise Server today. MongoDB 3.6 is also available on MongoDB Atlas, so you can try out 3.6 …

NoSQL MongoDB

What’s New in MongoDB 3.6. Part 1 – Speed to Develop

MongoDB 3.6 is now Generally Available (GA), and ready for production deployment. In this short blog series, I’ll be taking you on a whirlwind tour of what’s new in this latest release: Today, we’ll take a look at the new capabilities designed specifically to help developers build apps faster. We’ll take a look at change …

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JSON Schema Validation and Expressive Query Syntax in MongoDB 3.6

One of MongoDB’s key strengths has always been developer empowerment: by relying on a flexible schema architecture, MongoDB makes it easier and faster for applications to move through the development stages from proof-of-concept to production and iterate over update cycles as requirements evolve. However, as applications mature and scale, they tend to reach a stable …

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What’s New in MongoDB 3.6. Part 2 – Speed to Scale

Welcome to part 2 of our MongoDB 3.6 blog series. In part 1 we took a look at the new capabilities designed specifically to help developers build apps faster, including change streams, retryable writes, developer tools, and fully expressive array manipulation In part 2, we’ll dive into the world of DevOps and distributed systems management, …

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Enabling IP Security for MongoDB 3.6 on Ubuntu

MongoDB 3.6 provides developers and DevOps professionals with a secure by default configuration that protects data from external threats by denying unauthorized access on a public network. MongoDB servers will now only listen for connections on the local host unless explicitly configured to listen on another address. This tutorial will briefly show you how to …

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New MongoDB 3.6 Security Features

MongoDB has always made it quick and easy to iterate — from prototype to production to maturity, keeping pace in modern agile release cycles. Our 3.6 release is a milestone in security, adding two new features to improve the ease and cost of security management, even for the most fast-paced development environments. Localhost Default Flexibility …

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What’s New in MongoDB 3.6. Part 3 – Speed to Insight

Welcome to part 3 of our MongoDB 3.6 blog series. In part 1 we took a look at the new capabilities designed specifically to help developers build apps faster, including change streams, retryable writes, developer tools, and fully expressive array manipulation. In part 2, we dived into the world of DevOps and distributed systems management, …

NoSQL MongoDB

What’s New in MongoDB 3.6. Part 4 – Avoid Lock-In, Run Anywhere

Welcome to part 4 of our MongoDB 3.6 blog series. In part 1 we took a look at the new capabilities designed specifically to help developers build apps faster, including change streams, retryable writes, developer tools, and fully expressive array manipulation In part 2, we dived into the world of DevOps and distributed systems management, …