Modern companies want the ability to ask questions and derive insights from all their data, no matter its structure, and no matter its location. They want this power today, right now, without having to go through year-long data warehousing projects—projects that, due to the rapidly changing nature of modern data silos, are often obsolete before they are even finished.
If you listen to your friendly MongoDB sales rep, it’s easy to think they are a one-stop shop for all things MongoDB.
This version of SlamData features a completely new UI and a bunch of bug fixes, performance improvements, and new SQL functions.
In this post, I’m going to highlight the 5 top reasons you should upgrade to SlamData 3.0 today.
You built a web or mobile app on MongoDB, and it’s gotten pretty popular. Now, for the premium or business edition, you need a metrics dashboard to help your customers understand what’s going on. Some beautiful charts, a few forms to make it interactive, and maybe data export for the power users.
Figuring out a way to express powerful analytics on this database required us to rethink the very foundations of relational analytics. After more than three years of napkin and blackboard development, what emerged from our quest for next-generation analytics is a groundbreaking extension to relational algebra called MRA (multi-dimensional relational algebra).