The easiest way to manage your dedicated MongoDB® Database servers, replicas and shards on Amazon AWS.
Host and manage MongoDB® Database in your own cloud account, and access advanced AWS security tools.
Deploy MongoDB® Database in an AWS VPC and private subnets to keep your clusters protected from the internet.
Save up to 75% on long-term hosting costs for MongoDB® Database with Amazon EC2 Reserved Instances.
Analyze your MongoDB® Database operations and identify slow queries on your servers through the advanced debugging tool.
Dynamically scale out, up, or down your CPU, memory, and disk size (IOPS) without incurring any downtime.
Working with write-heavy workloads? Get SSD-based instances for high write throughput MongoDB® Database clusters.
Distribute your data across different nodes for horizontal scalability with MongoDB® Database sharding on AWS.
Customize your RAM, disk size, IOPS and instance type for your MongoDB® Database clusters at any size for no extra cost.
Get high availability hosting for MongoDB® Database on AWS with cross-datacenter configurations and custom replica sets.
Enable SSL based access, encrypt your data "at rest" for compliance, along with fully encrypted backups.
Configure provisioned IOPS for predictable I/O and throughput-intensive database and data warehouse workloads.
Analyze your CPU, Memory, Disk, Network, Connections, Read/Write Tickets, and more with advanced monitoring and alerts.
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