MongoDB unveils data lake, mobile and field-level encryption features

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MongoDB unveils data lake, mobile and field-level encryption features

New features rolled out with MongoDB 4.2 and the Atlas managed cloud service

MongoDB has come out with a slew of product announcements to coincide with its New York MongoDB World event and the latest iteration - version 4.2 - of its NoSQL database. Two of the announcements relate...

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