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Product News : MongoDB 3.4 Released
on 2016/11/1 9:34:31 (763 reads)
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MongoDB has announced MongoDB 3.4, the latest version of its NoSQL database. MongoDB 3.4 adds key features that embrace additional data models, combining operational and analytical processing, elastic cross-region scaling and sophisticated operational tooling to simplify data management for customers.

The latest version is a major advance that places MongoDB at the center of enterprises' digital transformation initiatives. Organizations today are focused on delivering new classes of applications, like the Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence, which have deep operational and analytical requirements. By further strengthening the product's always-on operational and real-time analytics capabilities, MongoDB makes it easier for enterprises to consolidate their technology footprint and accelerate their digital transformation with a single database.

 

Multi-Model Functionality Powers Deeper Analytics


MongoDB 3.4 introduces native graph analytics and faceted navigation, powerful paradigms for an increasingly popular range of use cases such as e-commerce, social graph analysis and cybersecurity. Because these features are native to the database, they are fully integrated with MongoDB's existing security, management, availability and disaster recovery features. Organizations can now deliver more powerful data access to their users, with a more simplified and secure deployment.

Additionally, an all-new SQL interface is available that dramatically improves performance, simplifies setup and adds support for Windows. Industry-standard SQL empowers business analysts, data scientists and executives to quickly explore and gain new insights from modern applications using traditional BI tools installed across the enterprise. The MongoDB Connector for Apache Spark has also been updated to support the latest Spark 2.0 release, enabling data engineers to apply the latest innovations to sophisticated analytics pipelines.

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