In today’s digital economy, data is part of a company’s lifeblood. Companies need to take every practical step to protect their data from loss, yet research shows that 43% of companies who experience major data loss are unable to recover and reopen business operations.
There is no question then that every organization needs to have a well thought-out backup and recovery strategy to prevent a devastating loss. Regularly backing up your database is an obvious step but a disaster and recovery plan is a much more complicated undertaking and involves evaluating a host of different technologies and processes.
Among the most important considerations is which database to use and what kind of backup and recovery solutions does it offer. Enterprises overwhelmingly choose MongoDB, the leading NoSQL database, for their modern software applications. MongoDB offers a robust management solution with Cloud Manager. You can use Cloud Manager for continuous, online backup, and point-in-time recovery for MongoDB deployments. This managed service offers:
- Service that you can count on as MongoDB engineers are available to monitor backups continuously every day, 24 hours a day.
- Significant time savings from having to write custom scripts for backing up data.
- Real-time backups, point-in-time recovery of replica sets,and snapshots of your MongoDB cluster for fast recovery and minimal business interruption in case of data loss.
The risk of data loss is prevalent for any number of reasons whether it be human error, flawed processes, or natural disasters. Prioritize your backup and recovery strategy by enlisting our Cloud Manager solution. With Cloud Manager and its point-in-time recovery features, you can quickly restore your system to precisely the moment you need.
Find out what thousands of companies already know about the benefits of backing up your data with Cloud Manager. Start your no-risk free trial today.