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See how trivially easy is to operate MongoDB "as a service" inside the firewall. The overview includes features, benefits and deployment scenarios, including sharding and replica sets.

See how trivially easy is to operate MongoDB "as a service" inside the firewall. The overview includes features, benefits and deployment scenarios, including sharding and replica sets.

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Operating MongoDB 'as a service' inside the firewall Operating MongoDB 'as a service' inside the firewall Presentation Transcript

  • Chip Childers VP Product Strategy Sandeep Patni Co-Founder and VP Systems Operating MongoDB “as-a- service” in Any Cloud
  • •  Suite of cloud services to deliver private-label, high value Amazon-like cloud services on your IaaS cloud CumuLogic at a Glance Elastic Load Balancer Message Queue aaS Relational DBaaS More Coming Soon! Cache aaS NoSQL -aaS
  • •  Software platform to deliver fully managed MongoDB Database-as-a- Service •  Web service to setup, operate and scale clusters in the cloud •  Simple to deploy, easy to scale, reliable and cost effective for customer •  Multiple engine support CumuLogic NoSQL Service MongoDB Database-as-a-Service
  • MongoDB Service: Value Proposition Cloud Service Providers: 1.  Increases IaaS consumption 2.  Turn-key access to new, high- value service 3.  Ability to differentiate and compete with AWS DynamoDB with the most popular NoSQL database Enterprises: 1.  Automates 75-90% of manual operational tasks 2.  Empowers developers with a MongoDB database in a self- service manner inside the firewall 3.  Runs on any cloud and private infrastructure (i.e. virtualized environment, bare metal)
  • •  Replica sets for data durability •  Shards for scalability •  Performance optimization –  Highest IOPS based on storage –  Low latency –  Linear scalability •  Automated failure recovery •  Backup and restore •  Security, access control •  Updates and patches •  API MongoDB Database Service Features
  • Secondary Application RAID 10 SecondaryPrimary Replication Region 1 Zone 1 RAID 10 RAID 10 MongoDB Database Service Deployment Patterns: Replica Set Single-AZ
  • Secondary Application SecondaryPrimary Replication Region 1 Zone 1 Region 1 Zone 2 RAID 10 RAID 10 RAID 10 Application MongoDB Database Service Deployment Patterns: Replica Set Multi-AZ
  • Region 1 Zone 1 SecondarySecondaryPrimary Config Server SHARD 1 SecondarySecondaryPrimary Config Server SHARD 2 SecondarySecondaryPrimary Config Server SHARD 3 App App RAID 10 RAID 10 RAID 10 RAID 10 RAID 10 RAID 10 RAID 10 RAID 10 RAID 10 AppApp mongos mongos mongos MongoDB Database Service Deployment Patterns: Sharded Cluster Single-AZ
  • •  Email: info@cumulogic.com •  Sandbox Environment: cumulogic.com/resources/sandbox •  Trial Download: cumulogic.com/downloads/installer •  Documentation: cumulogic.com/resources/documentation •  White paper: cumulogic.com/resources/mongodb_wp Resources