MongoDB Adds Significant Operational Efficiencies To MongoDB Management Service

On October 14, MongoDB announced major enhancements to its cloud-based MongoDB Management Service (MMS) for managing MongoDB deployments. The most recent version of MMS introduces significant operational efficiencies that streamline and simplify the deployment and subsequent operational management of MongoDB. For example, MMS now enables users to provision MongoDB deployments with one click and configure the resulting infrastructure with minimal manual intervention and decision-making. Moreover, the recent enhancements consolidate the ability to upgrade and downgrade deployments expeditiously as well as to seamlessly scale out deployments to accommodate customer growth. Notably, this release boasts a deeper integration with Amazon Web Services that gives customers greater control over MongoDB deployments on AWS as illustrated by the screenshot below:

As told to Cloud Computing Today by Kelly Stirman, MongoDB’s Director of Products, MongoDB Management Service users can now deploy Amazon Web Services instances from within the MMS infrastructure itself by using the automation agent functionality depicted above. Previously, MMS customers needed to independently provision AWS instances from within the AWS platform, but they can now leverage the deep integration between MMS and AWS to enjoy greater operational efficiencies specific to the deployment of AWS infrastructures containing MongoDB deployments. That said, MMS remains infrastructure agnostic and can work with any public cloud, on premise environment or hybrid cloud infrastructure although, in the case of non-AWS hosting environments, customers will need to independently configure and deploy the underlying infrastructure outside of MMS. The other notable feature of MMS is that it now operates on a freemium model that allows customers to take advantage of its functionality free of charge for up to 8 servers. The freemium model positions MongoDB to significantly expand the range of customers that opt to try out the functionality of MMS and continue hurtling the company in the direction of a lucrative IPO.

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