Articles in mongodb 3.2

Connect to MongoDB 3.2 on Compose from Golang

With our latest MongoDB deployments, you should choose to keep SSL enabled. Connections are safer once made, even if it is a little harder to get started. We will show two variations of how to connect from Go with the community driver of choice mgo (…

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Compose's new primetime MongoDB

We've got big changes to Compose's MongoDB happening right now. For the past months we've been working away on what we've called MongoDB+, offering the service in beta with the latest MongoDB, most recently rolling out MongoDB 3.2. Well, today, we're…

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Deeper into 3.2 – Aggregation

Although Lookup is the star of MongoDB 3.2's aggregation enhancements, there are lots of other additions which make the update a real boost for the data sifting aggregation maker. The additions range from sampling to slicing and from arithmetic to ar…

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Deeper into 3.2 – Lookup

One of the most anticipated features of MongoDB 3.2 is lookup. With the arrival of MongoDB 3.2 on the Compose platform, it's a good time to look at lookup and other features. Lookup brings the ability while processing one collection in the aggregatio…

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Deeper on 3.2 - Partial Indexes and Validation

There's plenty of new features in MongoDB 3.2 and a lot to take in, especially as with many of them, it's not what they do but what they don't do that leads to the best understanding of them. So let's begin the tour with Partial Indexes and Validatio…

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Now available on Compose - MongoDB 3.2

If you've been looking forward to some of the features of the recently released MongoDB 3.2 and waiting to try them on the Compose platform, we have good news for you. We've just turned on the ability to upgrade to MongoDB 3.2 on our beta MongoDB+ SS…

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