MongoDB makes services available to build enterprise-specific AI tools
MongoDB has made its dedicated AI services Atlas Vector Search and Atlas Search Nodes generally available. These services should help developers more easily develop and deploy new AI applications.
With the general availability of MongoDB Atlas Vector Search, the cloud-based database provider aim... Read more
Why AI modeling requires database connectors
AI is complex. Not just because it is hard to do, difficult to comprehend in scale and tough to follow the next-big-thing with new generative functions and Large Language Models (LLMs) seeming to come forward every week. Those factors make AI engineering complex, but the IT industry is working ferv... Read more
MongoDB Queryable Encryption protects sensitive data, even when it’s in use
MongoDB recently made its Queryable Encryption technology generally available in Mongo DB 7.0. This feature allows sensitive data to be encrypted during queries and during use in the cloud-based database environment, providing additional protection.
According to MongoDB, the Queryable Encryption... Read more
MongoDB.local NYC: Atlas reaches new peak
MongoDB.local NYC kicked off this week in New York as part of the company’s programme of more localised developer conferences. With just one main keynote session delivered initially by MongoDB CEO and president Dev Ittycheria, the audience consisted of programmers with an additional quotient of s... Read more
Percona survey: little movement in database market
The Percona 2023 State of Open Source Database Survey's main result is that organizations are playing it safe at the moment when it comes to initiatives around their databases. Nor will this change very soon.
There is very little of interest happening in the field of databases in the marketplac... Read more
A sharper HarperDB, connectivity done auspiciously
HarperDB is a distributed database product for the collection, distribution and analysis of data throughout an organisation.
This year, we see the database hit its version four (dot oh) iteration.
This company makes much of its key features, which include the fact that developers can write bu... Read more
MongoDB and AWS combine forces to ease cloud adoption
Strategic collaboration agreement to focus on accelerating customer workload migrations to the cloud
MongoDB and Amazon Web Services (AWS) this week announced a significant expansion of their multi-year strategic collaboration agreement (SCA). Under this six-year agreement, MongoDB and AWS have ... Read more
Oracle integrates MongoDB JSON workloads with Autonomous Database
Introduction of new API allows developers to work with document-oriented JSON databases from MongoDB in the Oracle Cloud, and vice versa.
One of the basic principles of Oracle's database strategy is that it offers everything within a single database environment. In doing so, it is taking a radic... Read more
MongoDB launches its 5.1 version update
MongoDB recently launched its 5.1 updates as a managed service and is now under questioning from the critics
MongoDB recently released its 5.1 updates, making it the first organization to introduce the "accelerated release cadence" for the non-relational database. This update is said to only be ... Read more
MongoDB 5.0 comes with serverless instances and time-series data
MongoDB is updating its document-oriented database. The updates will add enhancements like time series support and a preview of the serverless database offered through the cloud version of the MongoDB platform.
The MongoDB 5.0 release is not the only thing the company is excited to announce. It ... Read more