by Angela Guess
A new press release reports, “MongoDB, the database for giant ideas, today announced that MongoDB Atlas, its cloud database as a service, is now available to users all over the world on the top three public cloud platforms. MongoDB Atlas has extended its availability beyond Amazon Web Services (AWS) to include Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and Microsoft Azure, delivering on MongoDB’s vision of running MongoDB anywhere, in any environment. The addition of support for Azure and GCP allows teams to easily gain the productivity benefits from MongoDB’s flexible data model and expressive query language on their preferred public cloud. Organizations can feel confident that their managed MongoDB deployments are in close proximity to their applications, secure, always on, and fully elastic.”
The release continues, “MongoDB Atlas frees developers from worrying about operational tasks such as provisioning, configuration, patching, upgrades, backups, and failure recovery – so they can focus on building applications. It delivers high availability with an architecture that is fault-tolerant and self-healing. With comprehensive monitoring and continuous backups built in, MongoDB Atlas provides unparalleled visibility into key metrics and granular, point-in-time recovery at the click of a button. The service delivers high throughput and low latency for read and write operations for the most demanding workloads at virtually any scale. Multiple levels of security, some of which are enabled by default, ensure that application data is always secure through MongoDB Atlas.”
Read more at PR Newswire.
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