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MongoDB Partner News and Benefits for the Ecosystem

Every organization needs an healthy ecosystem to succeed. At MongoDB we are pretty serious on partnering and we've invested in building our network and enabling our partners and customers to be successful. We've been constantly growing and we now have more than 600 companies working with us to change the database landscape forever.

This week's announcements prove how serious we are:

I see our ecosystem not just growing, but maturing as partn...


MongoSoup at Munich Internet of Things Hackathon

Yesterday we were happy to support the first MongoDB Munich IoT Hackathon...


New MongoDB Cluster and Replica Set Visualizations

As of July 15th, the MongoDB Management Service (MMS) implemented a dramatically new data visualization tool for customers’ clusters and replica sets, along with a new view of the hosts page.

To access the cluster and replica set pages, users should view the new hosts deployment page and select the appropriate item.

Via this deployment page, users can see which of your clusters’ mongod processes are primary or secondary, as well as what version of MongoDB they are running, config servers and mongos processes, and an organized topology of the deployment.

Clicking on the thereqmongodb Replica Set will take users to the replica set visualization.

The replica set visualization page re...


MongoDB Go driver Mgo gets special release

TL;DR: MongoDB Go driver has moved and developers will want to update their code. There’s a lot of MongoDB drivers out there, both official and unofficial, and mgo is one of the stars of those drivers. If you’ve not come across mgo, it’s a driver written for the Go language. It has taken its API…


Implementing pagination with MongoDB, Express.js & Slush

MongoDB accepts and provides access to data in the Javascript Object notation (JSON) format. This makes MongoDB a perfect fit when dealing with javascript based REST services. In this post, we will take a look at Pagination using MongoDB. We will scaffold a simple Express/Mongojs application using slush-mongo. Then we will use skip() and limit() to fetch the required records from a set of [...]