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MongoDB University at 10 – Upping Its Game

Celebrating this 10-year-old in style – Happy Birthday MongoDB University! New content. New content shapes and sizes. New user experience. New hands-on Labs. Support for new languages to embrace even more students worldwide! New easy-to-remember URL. Same great place to...

Practical MongoDB Aggregations v5

The free, online book just gets better and better. (Author’s note: yes, indeed, I took a blog hiatus) Paul Done has come out with yet another update to his wonderful book “Practical MongoDB Aggregations”. This fifth edition covers up to...

Join Me @ MongoDB World 2002 Next Week!

Are you coming to MongoDB World next week in New York City? If so, stop by the Ask The Experts booth (Floor 3), or message me (eric.reid@mongodb.com or LinkedIn)!

The All New MongoDB Spark Connector

Version 2 of the MongoDB Spark Connector is out! The current version of the MongoDB Spark Connector was originally written in 2016 and is based upon Version 1 of the Spark Data source API. While this API is still supported,...

Keeping Up With Atlas

I am frequently asked “MongoDB keeps added new stuff all the time to Atlas – how can I keep up with all of this?” The answer is simple: bookmark the MongoDB Atlas Release Notes!

The Latest Charts Goodness

1) Query Library: More than a quarter of Charts customers use queries when building new charts. To make their lives easier, we’ve added the ability to save and re-use previously saved queries directly from the chart builder. Query Library supports:...

Upcoming MongoDB Enterprise 4.0 EOL

This shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone. MongoDB Enterprise v4.0 will be end-of-lifed at the end of April (in less than three months). After April 30: MongoDB Enterprise v4.0 will not be supported by MongoDB, unless special arrangements are made...

MongoDB v5.2 is available!

Today marks the release of MongoDB 5.2 — the 2nd rapid release in the 5.x series — as well as additional integrations that bolster our overall platform.  Keep in mind that these Developer Releases are designed to give early access...

Non-Dedicated Atlas Clusters Auto-Upgrade to MongoDB v5.0

If you are running non-Dedicated Atlas Clusters (M0, M2 or M5) that are running MongoDB v4.x, these are slated to be upgraded in mid-February to v5.0. If you do nothing, the upgrade will happen automatically. If you don’t wish these...

MongoDB Evolved – The Webpage

https://www.mongodb.com/evolved has been created to provide a historical overview of “What’s New in MongoDB”, all the way back to v3.0 (that’s seven years ago!). Check out “what was available when” in this trip down memory lane!