MongoDB Fills Platform’s Gaps with Atlas Data Lake Preview Debuting in AWS
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“Our MongoDB practice has tripled in the last six months,” she said.
For its part, MongoDB Atlas revenue grew 340% in the most recent quarter, accounting for 35% of all revenue, which overall surged 74%. The company reported 800 new customers, bringing the total to 14,200, reported earlier this month.
Among the other solutions MongoDB announced:
- Atlas Full-Text Search: Based on the open-source Apache Lucene 8 Java search engine, MongoDB released the beta preview of its forthcoming enterprise search engine that MongoDB claimed will allow rich text search against managed MongoDB databases. Partners can create indexes with the Atlas UI or API, letting developers build elaborate search queries using with MongoDB’s MQL.
- MongoDB Charts: Offered as a managed service in MongoDB Atlas or downloadable to run on premises, MongoDB charts is now generally available, offering the ability to embed charts and render geospatial map charts.
- Realm: Following last month’s acquisition of Realm, Horowitz said MongoDB will use its namesake synchronization protocol to connect with MongoDB Atlas, letting developers build real-time applications for iOS and Android devices.
- MongoDB 4.2: The release candidate of MongoDB 4.2 is now available. New capabilities include new indexing capability, improved support for multi-document ACID transactions distributed across sharded clusters and field-level encryption at the client side, each secured with its own key.