MongoDB Ransomware Attacks Grow in Number

MondoDB ransomware

Evidently DevOps running MongoDB haven’t heard the word about the latest round of ransomware targeting the database, as the numbers of deployments with data being held for ransom continues to rise.

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Dwight Merriman Part III: Vendor Lock, Forks & Desktop FOSS

MongoDB Dwight Merriman ATO

Editor’s note: This is the final installment of a three part series focusing on an interview with Dwight Merriman, co-founder of MongoDB. Part one was published last Monday as From DoubleClick to Database. Part two […]

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Why MongoDB Embraces Open Source

MongoDB Dwight Merriman ATO

Editor’s note: This is the second of a three part series focusing on an interview with Dwight Merriman, co-founder of MongoDB. Part one was published Monday as From DoubleClick to Database.

“I think everyone’s using […]

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MongoDB’s Dwight Merriman: From DoubleClick to Database

MongoDB Dwight Merriman

About an hour or so after Jeffrey Hammond from Forrester Research gave his keynote address at All Things Open, in which he spoke of a survey which found that three out of four programmers use […]

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