Articles in mongodb 2.2

Security: How We Are Responding to the Ghost Vulnerability

Excuse us while while our Operations team do some Ghostbusting. A recently disclosed security flaw, given the name Ghost but officially known as CVE-2015-0235, has triggered our security response process. At this point is that we have evaluated the…

Continue reading »

Replica Set Read Preferences & MongoDB 2.2

When making the transition from a single server setup to a Replica Set there are many more benefits than just a hot standby. Read preferences are one that should be heavily considered. Benefits vary from reducing system load and/or network throughput…

Continue reading »

The New MongoHQ - a Delightful Way to Manage Your Database

We’ve been developing an entirely new set of web tools for the last several months and we’re going to enable it by default for all users starting on Thursday, October 11th. The most obvious changes are user interface related. We set Brandon Mathis lo…

Continue reading »

New Sandbox Databases Include 512MB of Storage

When we created MongoHQ, it was on the simple idea that it should be easy for developers to explore and use new database technologies with the least amount of effort. Our Sandbox databases allowed developers to quickly provision new databases for all…

Continue reading »

MongoDB 2.2 Released

As you know by now, MongoDB 2.2 was recently released and with it, numerous improvements and new features to MongoDB, including: aggregation, TTL collections, improved console interaction and much improved database concurrency. Of course, now, you wa…

Continue reading »

Preview Release of MongoDB 2.2 Now Available!

Today, we are announcing that all newly created sandbox databases are running MongoDB 2.2 RC0. This means that you can try out all the great new features of 2.2, including the aggregation framework, TTL collections and much more. This is a major upgr…

Continue reading »