MongoDB gets a data lake, new security features and more

MongoDB is hosting its developer conference today and unsurprisingly, the company has quite a few announcements to make. Some are straightforward, like the launch of MongoDB 4.2 with some important new security features, while others, like the launch of the company’s Atlas Data Lake, point the company beyond its core database product. “Our new offerings […]

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MongoDB high CPU usage – A real-time fix for you

It’s really annoying, when the server slows down without any apparent reason. Often MongoDB high CPU usage can be a reason for slowness. And, this slowness can be due to bad MongoDB server optimization. That’s why we often get requests from our customers to fix MongoDB high CPU usage as part of our Server Management […]

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How we configure MongoDB backup strategy

MongoDB is a better choice to store very large datasets in various web applications such as Facebook. Also, MongoDB speeds up the data retrieval process by storing the data in a single document. However, any problem with database makes web applications unavailable. Therefore, it’s critical to have a proper MongoDB backup strategy. At Bobcares, we […]

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MongoDB Vs MySQL: Which Database Best Suits your Business?

Choosing a DBMS (Database management system) may land you up in a dilemma, with too many options to select from. Relational DBMSs like MS SQL, PostgreSQL and MySQL have been dominant in recent years. Besides, you have non-relational DBMS like MongoDB, which are capable of dealing with massive volumes of data. You might have wondered […]

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MongoDB Vs MySQL: Which Database Best Suits your Business?

Choosing a DBMS (Database management system) may land you up in a dilemma, with too many options to select from. Relational DBMSs like MS SQL, PostgreSQL and MySQL have been dominant in recent years. Besides, you have non-relational DBMS like MongoDB, which are capable of dealing with massive volumes of data. You might have wondered […]

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Blueground raises $20 million for flexible apartment rentals

Blueground, the startup providing turnkey flexible rental apartments, has raised $20 million in a round led by Athens-based VentureFriends, with participation from Endeavor Catalyst, Dubai’s Jabbar Internet Group, and serial entrepreneur Kevin Ryan. Ryan – who helped found MongoDB, Gilt Groupe, Zola, and others – will also join Blueground’s Board of Directors. It’s no secret […]

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How open source software took over the world

Mike Volpi Contributor Share on Twitter Mike Volpi is a general partner at Index Ventures. Before co-founding the firm’s San Francisco office with Danny Rimer, Volpi served as the chief strategy officer at Cisco Systems. It was just 5 years ago that there was an ample dose of skepticism from investors about the viability of open source […]

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An unsecured database exposed the personal details of 202M job seekers in China

The personal details belonging to more than 202 million job seekers in China, including information like phone numbers, email addresses, driver licenses and salary expectations, were freely available to anyone who knew where to look for as long as three years due to an insecure database. That’s according to findings published by security researcher Bob Diachenko […]

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AWS gives open source the middle finger

AWS launched DocumentDB today, a new database offering that is compatible with the MongoDB API. The company describes DocumentDB as a “fast, scalable, and highly available document database that is designed to be compatible with your existing MongoDB applications and tools.” In effect, it’s a hosted drop-in replacement for MongoDB that doesn’t use any MongoDB […]

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