Cluster-to-Cluster Sync. Continuous data sync between separate MongoDB clusters.
Continuously synchronize data between MongoDB clusters in the same or hybrid environments, including Atlas, private cloud, on-premises, and at the edge.
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How does Cluster-to-Cluster Sync work?
How much does Cluster-to-Cluster Sync cost?
Cluster-to-Cluster Sync is free for Atlas and Enterprise Advanced users. If you are a Community Edition user planning to migrate to Atlas, please consult with your MongoDB account team for guidance.
What versions of MongoDB does Cluster-to-Cluster Sync support?
At the current time MongoDB 6.0 and above versions are supported.
What authentication mechanisms are supported?
Mongosync supports connecting to source and destination clusters via the following authentication mechanisms: SCRAM-SHA-256, SCRAM-SHA-1, MongoDB-AWS and X.509.
What source and destination topologies are supported?
The source and destination clusters must be at minimum a single-node replica set. We also support sharded cluster to sharded cluster synchronizations.
Get started with Cluster-to-Cluster Sync
- Data migrations
- Development lifecycles
- Analytics clusters
- Audits and compliance
- Cloud stressed exit
- Moving data to the edge