What is New in MongoDB 4.0

MongoDB CTO and Co-Founder Eliot Horowitz shares what is new in MongoDB 4.0. The release of MongoDB 4.0 is highlighted by the general availability of multi-document ACID transactions, making it even easier to address a complete range of use cases on MongoDB. By providing a consistent view of data across replica sets and enforcing all-or-nothing …

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MongoDB and Java8

Java 8 is here and with it a set of new functionality that everyone wants to make use of with the MongoDB NoSQL database. This is a quick talk on how to make use of the features like Stream API, new Date API and Lambda Expressions within the context of data manipulation and processing.

MongoDB Internals

MongoDB 3.0 introduces a pluggable storage architecture and a new storage engine called WiredTiger. The engineering team behind WiredTiger team has a long and distinguished career, having architected and built Berkeley DB, now the world’s most widely used embedded database.

Why is MongoDB a Good NoSQL Implementation?

MongoDB is one of the most popular open source NoSQL database available. It avoid the traditional table-based relational SQL database structure to favor of JSON-like documents with dynamic schemas, In this article, Jenny Richards explains why MongoDB is a good NoSQL implementation.

Working with Databases and Groovy

This talk reviews the features in Groovy which make it easy to work with databases. It reviews the features of Groovy SQL including Groovy’s LINQ-like lazy evaluation technology called datasets. In addition, it looks at working with a couple of NoSQL databases: MongoDB using GMongo and Neo4J using it’s Java api and via Gremlin support.