MongoDB rolls out major upgrades to its popular NoSQL database


MongoDB has released version 2.6 of its eponymous NoSQL database, complete with some significant new capabilities around monitoring and management, search, indexing, performance and pipelines. The company (formerly known as 10gen) pretty clearly has the most widely used NoSQL database — especially among web developers — so now the push is to make it more palatable for large enterprises and other users who’ll actually pay for it. MongoDB looks like the one NoSQL startup poised for an IPO at some point, and a more-mature product could help shore up revenue to get investors excited.


Tudor Lapusan

true, mongodb is very easy to install.
But when you try to make a cluster with it, it’s so easy anymore.
We choose to switch to HBase.
Does anybody succeeded to make a cluster/sharding with mongodb ?

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