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Guest post originally published on The New Stack by Tito George, co-founder, logic.ai Most log management solutions store log data in a database and enable search by storing an index of the data. As the database grows in size, so does the index management cost. On a small scale, this isn’t problematic. But when dealing with large-scale deployments, …

MongoDB, Inc., the leading, modern general purpose database platform, today announced the general availability of MongoDB Realm Sync, a fully managed service which syncs data between the popular Realm mobile database and MongoDB Atlas. This new solution addresses the unique technical challenges of mobile and offline-first development, allowing organizations to rapidly build responsive applications for …

MongoDB, Inc., the leading, modern general purpose database platform, announced the general availability of multi-cloud clusters for its global cloud database, MongoDB Atlas. For the first time, customers can deploy a fully managed, distributed database across Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure simultaneously. This means customers can take advantage of the benefits …

There’s a lot written about how the way developers structure their daily work can cause unproductivity. An example is when unnecessary meetings are scheduled across the day so nobody can get into deep focus mode. Today I want to look into the biggest killers in developer productivity: the way you configure and setup your DevOps …

Overview MongoDB is a document-oriented database Shines with document-based design. Supporting sub-documents as values instead of the usual data types, it can be perfect for retrieving a record and a sub-detail or list of records in one query.   Prerequisites Operating System: Ubuntu 18 For production environments use from the following : Amazon Linux, Debian …