The end-of-life (EOL) date for MongoDB 3.4 is approaching, and you should plan on migrating your databases over to MongoDB version 3.6 or version 4.0 and making any modifications to your applications that may need to be made.
We're going to show you how to connect to IBM Cloud Databases for MongoDB using Robo3T (formerly Robomongo), a popular GUI for managing your MongoDB deployments.
IBM Cloud is announcing the General Availability of IBM Cloud Databases for MongoDB in Dallas, Frankfurt, London, Oslo, Sydney, Tokyo, and Washington D.C.
The IBM NodeJS team has built a starter for developers to quickly create and deploy a MERN stack in a Kubernetes container. MERN stands for MongoDB, Express, React and NodeJS. Our MERN starter is a working application with a React front-end that makes HTTP requests to an Express/Node.js back-end, where sessions are persisted using MongoDB.
Included in the latest updates: two new upgrade options available for MongoDB and Elasticsearch users on the IBM Cloud. The release of MongoDB 3.4.10 and Elasticsearch 6.2.2 from IBM Compose are major version upgrades with many new features. There are also new backup restoration options which make upgrading easier along with new log file API endpoints.
A tutorial I wrote, featuring a database-backed Slack chatbot, is now live. It uses Db2 as database system to store event data. The client accessing the database is written in Node.js and is implement with IBM Cloud Functions in a serverless way. During the development of that tutorial I faced the question on how to perform the database setup. Should I guide users through the user interface to create a table and insert data? Should they install a Db2 client and execute a script locally? I solved the problem in a serverless fashion. Here are the details.
Learn how to import JSON docs into a NoSQL DB using nosqlimport on IBM Bluemix. Includes two hands-on labs which will guide you.