MongoDB Atlas Launches New Database Cluster Sizes and Cloud Regions on Google Cloud Platform
New York City, NY– July 25, 2018 – MongoDB, Inc. (Nasdaq: MDB), the leading modern, general purpose database platform, today announced larger database cluster sizes and expanded regional coverage on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) for its fully-managed database as a service, MongoDB Atlas.
The availability of new M200 and M300 sized database clusters in MongoDB Atlas on GCP will make it easier for joint customers with demanding, high-performance applications to address their requirements using a single MongoDB replica set. Atlas customers also have the option to scale horizontally for further growth or deploy global clusters to precisely position data for geographically distributed applications, ensuring worldwide low-latency performance and data isolation within specified geographic boundaries.
In addition to new cluster sizes, MongoDB Atlas is now available in GCP regions in Montreal and the Netherlands.
“In just two years, MongoDB Atlas has become one of the most popular cloud databases for organizations that need a highly available, secure and elastic service,” said Sahir Azam, SVP Cloud Products & GTM, MongoDB. “The expansion of Atlas cluster sizes and global free tier support on GCP gives more flexibility and reach than ever to the growing number of developers relying on GCP services to build applications.”
MongoDB Atlas launched on Google Cloud last year and is now available in 15 global Google Cloud regions. Developers around the world can use the Atlas free tier to start building on MongoDB in an optimized cloud environment at no cost.
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MongoDB is the leading modern, general purpose database platform, designed to unleash the power of software and data for developers and the applications they build. Headquartered in New York, MongoDB has more than 6,600 customers in more than 100 countries. The MongoDB database platform has been downloaded over 40 million times and there have been more than one million MongoDB University registrations.