MongoDB Atlas Adds Support for AWS CloudFormation, EventBridge, PrivateLink

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A recent press release states, “MongoDB, Inc., the leading, modern, general-purpose database platform, today announced a number of new features for its global cloud database, MongoDB Atlas, that make it seamless for users to deploy and run the service on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Across all industries, businesses are increasingly opting to run their database in the cloud as a managed service in order to take advantage of the inherent benefits of cloud computing and keep their developer teams focused on driving value, not administrative database tasks. The addition of new security features to Atlas and new integrations with popular AWS tools such as AWS CloudFormation and Amazon EventBridge will make Atlas even easier to use for customers.”

The release continues, “MongoDB Atlas offers best-in-class security features out of the box, including private networking with Virtual Private Clouds (VPCs), IP whitelisting & VPC peering, LDAPS integration, multi-factor authentication, granular database auditing, end-to-end encryption, and more. Updates to MongoDB Atlas will allow more organizations to meet their unique security requirements. Customers can now connect to MongoDB Atlas with AWS PrivateLink and ensure private connectivity to the rest of their application estate running on AWS. AWS PrivateLink simplifies network architecture by allowing visibility into the same set of security controls across an entire organization. It also provides transitive connectivity from other peered and AWS Direct Connect contexts, allowing users to connect to Atlas locally and from on-premises data centers without using public IP whitelisting.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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