MongoDB Atlas Serverless instances are optimized to scale the underlying infrastructure as needed, reducing operational overhead, energy use, and time to market.
To provide transparency and encourage eco-friendly setups, we have added a green leaf icon to indicate which of our 80+ cloud regions are renewable-powered.
We adopted a lower power consumption infrastructure, reducing cloud electricity intake by 30%.
We have instituted a supplier code of conduct, and limited the purchase of single-use products within our offices.
We encourage employees to choose green options when traveling, and have instituted a localized event strategy to limit both employee and customer footprint for our events.
We exclusively procure LED lights and limit energy consumption from Zoom screens and laptops when not in use.
We entered into a Virtual Power Purchase Agreement, a contract enabling the development of a new 10MW solar farm in Texas, to begin progressing towards our renewables goal.
Through our employee recognition program we have enabled employees to contribute to reforestation efforts, a project selected by our Green Team Leads.
We hired a sustainability manager to lead our climate objectives and help us implement changes that lower our carbon emissions.
Take a deep dive into strategies for making your database greener.
Here are several steps organizations can take to reduce the carbon footprint of their databases.