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MongoDB Atlas

Deploy a MongoDB database in the cloud with just a few clicks. With best-in-class automation and proven practices that guarantee high availability, elastic scalability, and optimal performance, MongoDB Atlas is the easiest way to try out the database for free on AWS, Azure, or Google Cloud.
Features
  • Secure from the start

  • Fully managed backups

  • Cloud-only features, like real-time triggers and global clusters

  • Easily migrate existing deployments with minimal downtime

  • Comprehensive monitoring and customizable alerts

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MongoDB Enterprise Server

MongoDB offers both an Enterprise and Community version of its powerful distributed document database. MongoDB Enterprise is available as part of the MongoDB Enterprise Advanced subscription, which features the most comprehensive support and the best SLA when you run MongoDB on your own infrastructure. MongoDB Enterprise Advanced also gives you comprehensive operational tooling, advanced analytics and data visualization, platform integrations and certification, along with on-demand training for your teams.

  • In-memory Storage Engine

    Deliver high throughput and predictable low latency

  • Advanced Security

    Secure your data with LDAP and Kerberos access controls and comprehensive auditing

  • Encrypted Storage Engine

    Encrypt your data at rest

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MongoDB Community Server

MongoDB offers both an Enterprise and Community version of its powerful distributed document database. MongoDB Enterprise is available as part of the MongoDB Enterprise Advanced subscription, which features the most comprehensive support and the best SLA when you run MongoDB on your own infrastructure. MongoDB Enterprise Advanced also gives you comprehensive operational tooling, advanced analytics and data visualization, platform integrations and certification, along with on-demand training for your teams.

  • In-memory Storage Engine

    Deliver high throughput and predictable low latency

  • Advanced Security

    Secure your data with LDAP and Kerberos access controls and comprehensive auditing

  • Encrypted Storage Engine

    Encrypt your data at rest

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MongoDB Ops Manager

Ops Manager incorporates the best practices we’ve learned from thousands of customer deployments in a comprehensive application that helps you manage MongoDB safely and reliably.

Ops Manager is available as part of the MongoDB Enterprise Advanced subscription, which features the most comprehensive support for MongoDB and the best SLA.

MongoDB’s consulting engineers can help you install and configure Ops Manager for optimal performance and reliability. Interested? Learn more.

  • Monitoring

    Monitor, visualize, and alert on 100+ performance metrics

  • Backup

    Capture continuous, incremental backups, with point-in-time recovery

  • Automation

    Perform single-click installations, upgrades, and index maintenance, with zero downtime

  • Query Optimization

    Seamlessly identify and address slow-running queries with the Visual Query Profiler, index suggestions, and automated index roll-outs

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MongoDB Enterprise Kubernetes Operator

Kubernetes Operators are application-specific controllers that extend the Kubernetes API to create, configure, and manage instances of stateful applications such as databases. On self-managed infrastructure – whether on-premises or in the cloud – Kubernetes users can use the MongoDB Enterprise Operator for Kubernetes and MongoDB Ops Manager or Cloud Manager to automate and manage MongoDB clusters.

Using the MongoDB Kubernetes operator, you have full control over your MongoDB deployment from a single Kubernetes control plane, with a consistent experience across different deployment environments.

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    MongoDB Community Kubernetes Operator

    Kubernetes Operators are application-specific controllers that extend the Kubernetes API to create, configure, and manage instances of stateful applications such as databases. On self-managed infrastructure – whether on-premises or in the cloud – Kubernetes users can use the MongoDB Community Operator for Kubernetes and MongoDB Ops Manager or Cloud Manager to automate and manage MongoDB clusters.

    Using the MongoDB Kubernetes operator, you have full control over your MongoDB deployment from a single Kubernetes control plane, with a consistent experience across different deployment environments.

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      MongoDB Charts

      MongoDB Charts is the fastest and easiest way to create visualizations of MongoDB data. Connect to any MongoDB instance as a data source, create charts and graphs, build dashboards, share them with other users for collaboration or embed them in your app. Built for the document model, Charts handles complex data structures natively: nested documents, arrays, and more.

      Charts must be deployed onto a server in a network location that can communicate with your MongoDB instances containing data to be visualized. It is packaged as a Docker image that can run on any operating system supporting Docker 17.06 and later, including MacOS, Windows and Linux. After downloading the Docker Compose file from the MongoDB Download Center, please follow the instructions in the Installation Guide.

      Charts is available as part of the MongoDB Enterprise Advanced subscription, which features the most comprehensive support for MongoDB and the best SLA.

      Alternatively, try MongoDB Charts on MongoDB Atlas, which requires no infrastructure to manage or software to install. This will enable you to visualize data that already resides in MongoDB Atlas, or you can migrate your data to MongoDB Atlas first.

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        MongoDB Shell

        MongoDB Shell is the quickest way to connect, configure, query, and work with your MongoDB database.

        MongoDB Shell provides a modern command-line experience that includes syntax highlighting, intelligent autocomplete, contextual help, and clear error messages. These are just some of the features included in MongoDB Shell that makes working with your MongoDB Databases easier.

        The MongoDB Shell is a standalone product, it’s developed separately from the MongoDB Server and it’s open-source under the Apache 2 license.

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          MongoDB Compass

          As the GUI for MongoDB, MongoDB Compass allows you to make smarter decisions about document structure, querying, indexing, document validation, and more. Commercial subscriptions include technical support for MongoDB Compass.

          MongoDB Compass is available in several versions, described below. For more information on version differences, see the MongoDB Compass Documentation.

          • Compass

            The full version of MongoDB Compass, with all features and capabilities.

          • Readonly Edition

            This version is limited strictly to read operations, with all write and delete capabilities removed.

          • Isolated Edition

            This version disables all network connections except the connection to the MongoDB instance.

          • Community Edition

            This version is distributed with Community Server downloads and includes a subset of the features of Compass.

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          MongoDB CLI for Cloud

          The MongoDB Command Line Interface (mongocli) is a tool for managing your MongoDB cloud services, like MongoDB Atlas, MongoDB Cloud Manager, and MongoDB Ops Manager. With the MongoDB CLI, you can quickly interact with your MongoDB deployments from the command line for easier testing and scripting.

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            MongoDB Database Tools

            The MongoDB Database Tools are a collection of command-line utilities for working with a MongoDB deployment. These tools release independently from the MongoDB Server schedule enabling you to receive more frequent updates and leverage new features as soon as they are available. See the MongoDB Database Tools documentation for more information.

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              MongoDB Connector for BI

              The MongoDB Connector for BI allows you to use your BI tool of choice to visualize, discover, and report against MongoDB data using standard SQL queries.

              The MongoDB Connector for BI is available as part of the MongoDB Enterprise Advanced subscription, which features the most comprehensive support for MongoDB and the best SLA.

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