Tag: MongoDB Atlas

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New to MongoDB Atlas — Live Migrate Sharded Clusters and Deployments Running MongoDB 2.6

Live migration in MongoDB Atlas enables users to import data from MongoDB deployments running in other environments and cut over to a fully managed database service, giving you industry best practice security by default, advanced features to streamline operations and performance optimization, and the latest versions of MongoDB. Today, we’re introducing two new enhancements to …

NoSQL MongoDB

New to MongoDB Atlas — Cloud Provider Snapshots on Azure, Expanded API for Snapshots and Restore Jobs

One of the core components of MongoDB Atlas, the cloud database service for MongoDB, is the fully managed disaster recovery functionality. With continuous backups, you can take consistent, cluster-wide snapshots of sharded deployments and trigger point-in-time restores to satisfy demanding recovery point objectives (RPOs) from the business. Continuous backups also allow you to query backup …

NoSQL MongoDB

Comparing Cloud MongoDB services: MongoDB Atlas vs mLab

Choosing a database service provider for running your MongoDB deployments is not a decision to be taken lightly. You need a partner that you can trust to keep your databases available, secure, and running according to best practices. For aspects of your cluster that you do want to control, the service provider should offer powerful …

NoSQL MongoDB

Upgrading Your Free MongoDB Atlas Database to Production-Ready Instances

The MongoDB Atlas free tier provides a simple interface to create and work with MongoDB databases and is great for prototyping, early development, or learning the database. But at some point, you may need or want to make use of the features not included with the M0 instance size, including: Support for datasets larger than …

NoSQL MongoDB

New to MongoDB Atlas: More Azure Regions, Monitoring Metrics via the API, Cross-Project Restores, Test Failover

Earlier this year, we announced the availability of our cloud database service, MongoDB Atlas, with global support for Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform. And since then, we’ve been humbled by the overwhelming reception from the global community of MongoDB users. Customers like Ticketek — Australia’s largest ticketing company in sports and …

NoSQL MongoDB

New to MongoDB Atlas: Cross-Region Replication with Multi-Region Replica Sets, New 2 and 5 GB Instance Sizes

Our automated database service, MongoDB Atlas, now serves thousands of customers across a wide range of industries, providing high availability, consistent performance, and simplified operations. Sega’s Hardlight Studio migrated to Atlas to support real-time data processing requirements in the cloud and improve the user experience for millions of mobile gamers.   Discover how at MongoDB …

NoSQL MongoDB

Planning for Chaos with MongoDB Atlas: Using the “Test Failover” Button

When building an application, it’s smart to consider chaos. Chaos can be introduced into an application in many different ways; some examples are: Running out of disk space Utilizing all connections to the cluster Oversaturating the available IOPS Network connectivity failure To help you prepare for such an event, MongoDB Atlas has introduced a new …

NoSQL MongoDB

How MongoDB Atlas Helps TripCloud Move at Startup Speed

This is a guest post by Nag Palavalli, CEO and Co-Founder, TripCloud. I love to travel, but while working as a consultant and bouncing from city to city, I noticed a gap in the business travel market. Businesses are starting to spend tremendous amounts of money on travel, but with no real way to track …

NoSQL MongoDB

[Road to AWS re:Invent 2017] Building a NodeJS App with MongoDB Atlas and AWS Elastic Container Service – Part 1

It’s that time of year again! This post is part of our Road to AWS re:Invent 2017 blog series. In the weeks leading up to AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas this November, we’ll be posting about a number of topics related to running MongoDB in the public cloud. See all posts here. Building apps has …

NoSQL MongoDB

New to MongoDB Atlas: Performance Advisor, Auto-Expand Storage Capacity, Teams

MongoDB Atlas includes a set of monitoring capabilities that give your teams complete visibility into the performance of your databases, allowing you to anticipate issues and proactively take the necessary steps to ensure an optimal experience for your end customers. Important historical metrics are automatically highlighted in optimized dashboards. It’s easy to create and customize …