Category: Atlas

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!

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...

More MongoDB.local London Announcements

In addition to announcing MongoDB 5.1 this morning, MongoDB announced some other cool things: 100x faster facets and counts in Atlas Search (in preview). Faceted search allows users to filter and quickly navigate search results by categories and see the...

New Atlas Goodness

As of this week, MongoDB Atlas now gives you: The ability to deploy free Atlas clusters (M0) via the API and CLI tools Expanded GCP support and coverage for Serverless instances (I LOVE this one!) 10 second granularity monitoring for...

New Atlas Charts Feature!

The MongoDB Charts team is rolling out a new release of Charts this week with a great new feature: Import and Export for dashboards.This long-awaited feature lets you do all this: Export a dashboard to a file, and re-import it back...

MongoDB University Courses for Atlas

MongoDB University has added a couple of Atlas-specific courses recently: A131 Introduction to MongoDB Charts: MongoDB Charts is a powerful data visualization tool that enables you to easily find patterns and trends within your dataset. Learn how to create and...

New Atlas Goodness!

Just released, fresh off the DBaaS! Atlas now: Adds more IOPS and more consistent throughput to standard storage for Atlas clusters on AWS at no extra cost. Supports using MongoDB Charts with multi-cloud clusters. Introduces trial version of the MongoDB Atlas Kubernetes Operator. Adds an easy MongoDB CLI quickstart...

A Little Project of Mine…

A little COVID side project for the benefit of my extended family, based on MongoDB Atlas/Charts. Updated: New charts, new location, new data source. Based on data from covidactnow.org. https://charts.mongodb.com/charts-eric-reid-tytki/public/dashboards/10df5afc-7f94-4590-9387-14c780358a92

Multi-Cloud Clusters in Atlas

This is a big one. MongoDB today announces that multi-cloud clusters are generally available on MongoDB Atlas! We are the first major cloud-based database to offer this capability. https://www.mongodb.com/blog/post/introducing-multicloud-clusters-on-mongodb-atlas

Latest Atlas Goodness

This week’s Atlas release includes: 1) Azure Private Link w/ Atlas Private Endpoints   — This will allow for a “one-way” private connection between Azure and Atlas VNets; some customers prefer this as a more secure way to avoid extending their...