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MongoDB 3.6 Empowers Enterprises and Developers to Move at the Speed of Data

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by Angela Guess

A recent press release out of the company states, “MongoDB, Inc., the company behind the leading modern, general purpose database platform, today announced the release of MongoDB 3.6. ‘MongoDB was created by developers, for developers to provide a modern database designed for today’s highly sophisticated applications. This latest release delivers key innovations that once again raise the bar for what developers should demand from their database, enabling them to focus their time on building compelling applications that transform their businesses,’ said Dev Ittycheria, President and CEO, MongoDB. ‘With MongoDB 3.6, it’s now easier and faster to build always-on applications that react in real time to changes in data streamed across distributed systems. And with new and enhanced management and security features, developers get the freedom and confidence to run MongoDB in the most demanding environments to support mission-critical applications’.”

The release goes on, “MongoDB 3.6 helps organizations move at the speed of their data by making developers dramatically more productive. ‘MongoDB has always aimed to make developers more productive by giving them the most friction-free means of working with data,’ said Eliot Horowitz, CTO and Co-Founder, MongoDB. ‘With advancements like change streams and retryable writes, MongoDB 3.6 handles critical tasks at the database layer that used to take up developer time and energy. Extensions to the query language make array updates and joins more expressive, and new security features curb the possibility of MongoDB instances being left mistakenly exposed’.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

Photo credit: MongoDB

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