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An intro to bulk updates in MongoDB

MongoHQ guys introducing the new bulk update API in MongoDB:

What is the most interesting in this new functionality is how MongoDB has implemented one common, fluent API across all of the MongoDB drivers. Apart from some language-centric casing and variations in how the results and errors are handled, the consistency of the API implementations are remarkably high.

  1. I didn’t know MongoDB didn’t support bulk operations. So many other NoSQL solutions supported bulk operations for much longer and since earlier versions (e.g. Cassandra, RethinkDB, CouchDB)
  2. The API is what you’d actually expect.

Original title and link: An intro to bulk updates in MongoDB (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://blog.mongohq.com/bulk-updates-for-all/