The past few weeks the MMS team has been hard at work on our OnPrem product, so much of the items in today’s release are for our hosted product (“On Premises”) and not our cloud product. Nevertheless, we did have numerous small, pesky problems that we fixed in this release, as well as some new features. Specifically:
PDF Invoices for cloud backup customers
A Windows Installer for the monitoring agent
Improvements to handling shard removal and config server rotation for backup
- An event in the activity feed for when billing information is updated
The big ticket item for this release is more of an FYI – we’re currently working on an awesome public API for MMS. So stay tuned for news on that in the next release or two.
Have an issue or a bug or a feature request? File a ticket in our feature request queue!
Running MongoDB on AWS? Explore Your Storage Options.
For those of you running MongoDB on AWS, tomorrow we’re hosting a webcast exploring storage options for AWS deployments. AWS offers a myriad of storage options, including ephemeral disks, EBS, Provisioned IOPS, and ephemeral SSD’s, each offering different performance and persistence characteristics. We’ll evaluate each of these options in the context of your MongoDB deployment, assessing the benefits and drawbacks of each. We’ll also dive into backup and restore strategies, with an emphasis on MongoDB Management Service . This session will be led by Sandeep Parikh, a Solutions Architect at MongoDB. Hope to see you there!
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