Data is one of your most valuable assets so safeguarding against its loss with a sound backup strategy should be a top priority. Losing data to an unforeseen natural disaster or human error can damage your business permanently. In fact, research shows that about 43% of businesses who suffer a major data loss event end up closing down permanently.
Developing a sound backup and recovery plan isn’t necessarily easy though as you have to grapple with new technologies and the latest development approaches. The stalwart of relational technology is giving way to newer innovations in cloud-hosted applications and NoSQL databases. Whatever solutions you decide to employ has to consider these factors.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) and its backup features have become wildly popular for providing customers with elastic scalability, faster time to market, and lower cost. Many of these same customers end up employing NoSQL solutions like MongoDB as part of their AWS cloud-hosted infrastructure. Learning new practices for backup and recovery for cloud-based solutions can seem daunting but Cloud Manager, a comprehensive management solution that provides backup and recovery tools, simplifies the process.
Cloud Manager is a managed service that offers continuous, online backup, and point-in-time recovery for MongoDB deployments hosted on AWS or other cloud platforms. Cloud Manager offers an easy-to-use interface that:
- Saves time from eliminating the need to use custom scripts for backing up data.
- Dedicates MongoDB engineers to look after your backups 365 days a year, 24 hours a day.
- Offers real-time continuous backups with point-in-time recovery of replica sets and snapshots of your cluster.
In case of data loss, you can rest assured knowing that Cloud Manager allows for fast and seamless recovery of your data. Thousands of enterprises opt for AWS backup using Cloud Manager as part of their sound backup strategy. Also, Cloud Manager is optimized for AWS so it is easy to get started. If you’re already running on AWS, seamlessly connect your infrastructure by adding your AWS keys when signing up for Cloud Manager.
To get started with Cloud Manager, sign up today and start your 30-day free trial. Discover for yourself the benefits of using Cloud Manager for an AWS-hosted application.