#11 — April 12, 2018

Read on the Web

MongoDB Weekly

Image: Genomics England

How Genomics England uses MongoDB to Power the Data Science Behind the 100,000 Genomes Project — MongoDB is helping reduce the processing time for complex queries from hours to milliseconds, enabling scientists to discover new insights, faster.

MongoDB, Inc.

MongoDB World'18 Sessions Unveiled — The sessions catalogue for this year’s MongoDB World is now live. Take a look at all the panels, workshops and talks taking place.

MongoDB, Inc.

Modern Distributed App Deployment with Kubernetes and MongoDB Atlas — How MongoDB Atlas and Kubernetes can be leveraged together to simplify the process of deploying and managing applications and their underlying dependencies.

Jay Gordon

Playing with Change Streams — Change streams (in MongoDB 3.6+) allow code to access real-time data changes without the complexity and risk of tailing the oplog.


▶  Fun with Data: MongoDB and Space Rocks — A brief, very accessible look at setting up a MongoDB database.

Marcel-Jan Krijgsman

Awesome MongoDB: A Curated Set of MongoDB Resources — About 60 links for you to enjoy. Being updated frequently.

Guillaume Gelin

The Anatomy of a MongoDB Replica Set — A break down of what constitutes a MongoDB replica set, how they work, how to configure it, and more.

David Murphy

🛠 Code

A MongoDB Client Library for TypeScript


mongoindexcopy: A Utility to Copy Indexes from One DB to Another — ..by generating an index creation script. Written in Python.

Nuri Halperin

🗓 Events

How to Improve Manufacturing Management Efficiency with Big Data and MongoDB – April 17 (Tokyo, Japan) — Learn how MongoDB can help maximize the operational efficiency of factories with big data.


A Night at Short Fuse Brewing with MongoDB – April 25, Illinois — An evening of technical discussions, expert Q&A and craft beer.


AWS Summit Mumbai – May 10, Bombay Exhibition Center

See What You’ll Learn at MongoDB World – June 26-27 (NYC)