MongoDB Python Driver (PyMongo) 3.0

A Python driver for the MongoDB database, a tiny tool that allows developers to interconnect Python apps with MongoDB databases

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What's new in MongoDB Python Driver (PyMongo) 3.0:

  • A unified client class. MongoClient is the one and only client class for connecting to a standalone mongod, replica set, or sharded cluster. Migrating from a standalone, to a replica set, to a sharded cluster can be accomplished with only a simple URI change.
  • MongoClient is much more responsive to configuration changes in your MongoDB deployment. All connected servers are monitored in a non-blocking manner. Slow to respond or down servers no longer block server discovery, reducing application startup time and time to respond to new or reconfigured servers and replica set failovers.
  • A unified CRUD API. All official MongoDB drivers now implement a standard CRUD API allowing polyglot developers to move from language to language with ease.
  • Single source support for Python 2.x and 3.x. PyMongo no longer relies on 2to3 to support Python 3.
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Apache License

USER RATING:
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DEVELOPED BY:
MongoDB Development Team
HOMEPAGE:
pypi.python.org
LANGUAGE:
Python
DATABASE:
Other
CATEGORY:
C: \ Database Tools
The MongoDB database is a document-oriented NoSQL database, perfect for high intensive load environments.

The MongoDB Python Driver enables developers to write apps that connect, store and retrieve information from a MongoDB database.

This is a MongoDB connector created and supported by the official MongoDB development team, coming packed with lots of examples and documentation.

MongoDB also comes with drivers for various other programming languages as well:
C
C#
C++
PHP
Perl
Java
Ruby
Scala
Erlang
Node.js
Haskell

Last updated on April 8th, 2015

Runs on: Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris

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