Data is the lifeblood of your company so preventing its loss with a sound backup strategy and plan should be of utmost importance. A major data loss incident can have a devastating impact on your business. In fact, research on the matter indicates that 43% of business who experience a major data loss event end up closing down permanently.
But coming up with a plan isn’t easy as you have to take into account new technologies and the latest development approaches. Decades old relational technology is giving way to NoSQL databases and cloud-based applications and infrastructure. Whatever solutions you decide to employ should factor in these latest innovations to drive scale, efficiency, and cost savings.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has become on of the leading cloud providers and many customers opt for NoSQL solutions like the very popular MongoDB as part of their AWS cloud-hosted infrastructure. Coming up with a sound AWS backup strategy for your cloud-hosted application should also involve using Cloud Manager, MongoDB’s comprehensive management solution that provides easy-to-use backup and recovery tools.
Cloud Manager features continuous, online backup, and point-in-time restore for MongoDB deployments hosted on AWS. Cloud Manager offers an intuitive user interface that:
- Eliminates the need to write custom scripts for backing up data and saves you a lot of time and effort.
- Offers real-time continuous backups with point-in-time recovery of replica sets and snapshots of your cluster.
You also benefit from the oversight of MongoDB engineers to look after your backups 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. So in case of data loss, you can rest assured knowing that Cloud Manager will help you recover data in an expedient and seamless manner.
This is just one of the reasons why thousands of enterprises choose Cloud Manager as part of their sound AWS strategy. Cloud Manager is optimized for AWS too. You can seamless connect Cloud Manager to your AWS infrastructure by adding your AWS keys upon signing up for Cloud Manager.
Trying Cloud Manager is risk-free for the first 30 days. Discover for yourself why thousands of companies use Cloud Manager for their AWS-hosted applications.