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MongoDB Atlas Data Explorer

kenwalger profile image Ken W Alger Originally published at kenwalger.com on ・3 min read

At a recent MongoDB .local Chicago event, MongoDB CTO and Co-Founder, Eliot Horowitz made an exciting announcement about the Data Explorer feature of MongoDB Atlas. It is now available for all Atlas cluster sizes, including the free tier.

The easiest way to explore your data

What is the Data Explorer? This powerful feature allows you to query, explore, and take action on your data residing inside MongoDB Atlas (with full CRUD functionality) right from your web browser. Of course, we’ve thought about security; Data Explorer access and whether or not a user can modify documents is tied to her role within the Atlas Project. Actions performed via the Data Explorer are also logged in the Atlas alerting window.

Bringing this feature to the “shared” Atlas cluster sizes — the free M0s, M2s, and M5s — allows for even faster development. You can now perform actions on your data while developing your application, which is where these shared cluster sizes really shine.

Check out this short video to see the Data Explorer in action.


This post was first published on the MongoDB blog.

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