Cloud database service provider, mLab announced its participation and sponsorship at AWS re:Invent 2016. The company is said to show off the new features of the popular platform which offer managed MongoDB deployments.
The DBaaS by mLab for the MongoDB is aimed to help the growing businesses to concentrate the work on their product rather than spending time on backend database operations. The cloud automation by mLab is made to deliver on-demand database provisioning, automatic failover for high availability and scaling with zero downtime.
Over 400,000 MongoDB deployments have been made by the mLab platform across AWS and some of the highlights and news include:
Private environments have been announced by the company, which are VPNs that is supposed to help the developers to hold on to their deployed database hosted with mLab and to keep them separate from the public cloud.
Developers will now be able to use the databases more closely with their applications for lower latency as there are MongoDB instances in 25 data centers around the world, hosted by the mLab.
It is known that more than 80% of the Parse applications which have left Parse are now hosted with the mLab, as the servers of the Parse will be shut down in early 2017, making the mLab DBaaS the main migration destination for the developers using Parse.
The mLab customers will also benefit from features like comprehensive data monitoring and alerts, all-inclusive hosting plans, data transfers, data restores and analytics tools among many others.
The AWS re:Invent 2016 event will take place from Nov 28 till Dec 2 in Las Vegas and people who are planning to attend can expect to learn how mLab’s platform will be able to make their operations simpler while managing MongoDB.