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GlobeNewswire 02/11/2019 09:00
MongoDB has more than 8,300 customers and continues to experience rapid growth, particularly with MongoDB Atlas.
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ZDNet - Blogs 02/08/2019 00:30
At the time, there were roughly 60,000 MongoDB databases left exposed online, so attackers had plenty of targets to choose from.
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Were Amazon to offer MongoDB as a service, it would have to make its highly confidential and commercially sensitive internal infrastructure code available with its version of MongoDB.
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Datafloq 01/17/2019 14:41
Robo 3T (formerly Robomongo) is a popular desktop graphical user interface (GUI) for your MongoDB hosting deployments that allows you to interact with your data through visual indicators instead of a text-based interface. This open source tool has cross-platform support and actually embeds the mongo shell within its interface to provide both shell and GUI-based interaction. As a highly-popular GUI leveraged by our MongoDB hosting customers, we’re providing this tutorial on how to quickly connect your ScaleGrid deployment with Robo 3T. Prerequisites. Identify Client Machine. The first thing we need to do is identify a machine to install Robo 3T. You can either create a new instance or pick an existing instance which has access to the ScaleGrid.
GeekWire 01/16/2019 16:36
Red Hat Photo) After MongoDB decided last year that it was changing the license for its open-source database to a more restrictive version, Red Hat decided it would no longer include MongoDB in the latest version of its flagship Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system ...
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