1.0 GA Released
The MongoDB team is very happy to announce that we have released MongoDB version 1.0.0. MongoDB 1.0.0 is production ready for single master, master/slave and replica pair environments. While there are many more features that people want and that we are working on, 1.0 is very stable and the code base has been used in production for over 18 months. As usual, you can get from here:...
MongoDB is Fantastic for Logging
We’re all quite used to having log files on lots of servers, in disparate places. Wouldn’t it be nice to have centralized logs for a production system? Logs that can be queried? I would encourage everyone to consider using MongoDB for log centralization. It’s a very good fit for this problem for several reasons: MongoDB inserts can be done asynchronously. One wouldn’t...
Using MongoDB for Real-time Analytics
Some MongoDB developers use the database as a way to track real-time performance metrics for their websites (page views, uniques, etc.) Tools like Google Analytics are great but not real-time — sometimes it is useful to build a secondary system that provides basic realtime stats. Using the Mongo upsert and $inc features, we can efficiently solve the problem. When an app server renders a...
Looking for a Ruby Developer
10gen is looking for a Ruby developer to work on the ruby driver, ruby support, and be another MongoDB expert to help out with all the work going into MongoDB right now. More info here: http://www.10gen.com/jobs If you’re interested, send an email to info at 10gen dt com, or ping us on irc. 10gen is located in New York -Eliot
MongoDB 0.9.10 Released
MongoDB 0.9.9 Released
MongoDB 0.9.9 has just been released. This release is hopefully the last release before 1.0 If you are using any previous of the database, we would appreciate you testing this release in preperation for 1.0. Notable Changes: slaves allow reads by default indexes will be used with regex searches like /^abc/ shell will report getLastError build fix with multiple versions installed Downloads:...