Wednesday, February 04, 2015

MongoDB 3.0 Shifts Database Market Into Post-Relational Era | MongoDB

In other multi-model database news -- although this overview suggests MongoDB is going with three run-time options for a single database model, not a multi-model foundation a la Postgres (and the just-announced DataStax data platform graph database addition)

"MongoDB today announced MongoDB 3.0 and MongoDB Ops Manager, the most significant release to date of the world’s fastest growing database. The release dramatically expands the set of mission-critical applications that are best suited for MongoDB by introducing a new and highly flexible storage architecture, incorporating the WiredTiger technology acquired last year. Performance and scalability enhancements included in this release now place MongoDB at the forefront of the database market, eliminating the need for niche alternatives, and positioning MongoDB as the standard DBMS for modern applications. MongoDB 3.0 will be generally available in early March."
MongoDB 3.0 Shifts Database Market Into Post-Relational Era | MongoDB
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