Tag: MongoDB Atlas

NoSQL MongoDB

Building a NodeJS App with MongoDB Atlas and AWS Elastic Container Service – Part 2

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. In my last …

NoSQL MongoDB

Building a Secure Stock-Trading App with MongoDB Atlas

Commandiv is a stock-trading platform that provides trade recommendations to busy professionals who have investment opinions but don’t have time to actively manage their account. We offer users a rich view of their investments and opportunities along with trading algorithms to help them trade smarter. Our investors can invest with no commissions, build a target …

NoSQL MongoDB

How MongoDB Atlas Helps CaliberMind Bring Customer Data to Life

As CTO, I spend most of my time behind the scenes working with our engineers making sure CaliberMind users have real-time access to massive volumes of sales and marketing data. Beyond that, in a crowded SaaS market, my co-founder and I have to stay one step ahead of the competition while keeping our cost of …

NoSQL MongoDB

Q4 Inc. Relies on MongoDB Atlas to Boost Productivity, Outpace the Competition, and Lower Costs

A provider of innovative solutions to Investor Relations professionals, Q4 Inc. uses MongoDB to boost developer productivity and out-innovate their competition. By migrating to MongoDB Atlas, Q4 reduced costs and consolidated the management of its growing microservices architecture. Investor relations (IR) teams integrate information from finance, communications, compliance, and marketing to drive the conversation between …

NoSQL MongoDB

New to MongoDB Atlas: Pause/Resume Clusters, M200 Instance Size on AWS

MongoDB Atlas, the managed MongoDB service, now allows you to pause and restart your database clusters. This makes it easy and affordable for you to integrate MongoDB into DevOps workflows where always-on access to the underlying data is not required — e.g. development or testing. When combined with Atlas’s fully managed backup service, this new …

NoSQL MongoDB

Migrating your data from DynamoDB to MongoDB Atlas

There may be a number of reasons you are looking to migrate from DynamoDB to MongoDB Atlas. While DynamoDB may be a good choice for a set of specific use cases, many developers prefer solutions that reduce the need for client-side code or additional technologies as requirements become more sophisticated. They may also want to …

NoSQL MongoDB

New to MongoDB Atlas: Availability across all Google Cloud Platform regions

A wide variety of companies around the world, from innovators in the social media space to industry leaders in energy, are running MongoDB on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Increasingly, these organizations are consuming MongoDB as a fully managed service with MongoDB Atlas, which boosts the productivity of teams that touch the database by reducing the …

NoSQL MongoDB

Integrating MongoDB Atlas with Heroku Private Spaces

Introduction Heroku and MongoDB Atlas are the perfect fit for modern, cloud-based app development and deployment. Since its inception in 2007, Heroku has been a PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) favorite of developer and operations teams thanks to its tight integration to CI tools and ease of app deployment. MongoDB is also a long-time favorite of developers who …

NoSQL MongoDB

Unqork: Streamlining Financial Services for the Fortune 100 with MongoDB Atlas

This is a guest post by Gary Hoberman, CEO and Founder of Unqork. When I founded Unqork, the Fulfillment Platform for Financial Services, in April of last year, I knew that there was an opportunity to transform the sector. Starting with insurance, we created a platform and an industry-wide utility focused on collecting accurate client …