Learn how to provision, query Amazon DocumentDB cluster in 3 minutes
Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) provides a fast, reliable, fully managed MongoDB-compatible database service that eliminates time-consuming setup and management tasks, allowing developers to focus on building high-performance, scalable applications.
Watch this short video (or follow step-by-step documentation) to learn how to get started with Amazon DocumentDB. Principal Product Manager, Joseph Idziorek will guide you through the following four steps to create a cluster in the AWS management console, provision an EC2 instance, and connect to the cluster with the mongo shell.
- Provision an Amazon DocumentDB cluster
- Provision an EC2 instance
- Install the mongo shell on the EC2 instance
- Connect to and query our Amazon DocumentDB cluster
- What is a document database? Learn more »
- Amazon DocumentDB Quick Start Guide using AWS Cloud Formation. Launch tutorial »
- Blog: Getting started with Amazon Document DB - Part 1, using Amazon EC2. Read blog post »
- Blog: Getting started with Amazon Document DB - Part 2, using AWS Cloud9. Read blog post »
- Amazon DocumentDB: How it Works. Read documentation »
- Migrate your on-premises MongoDB workloads to the cloud. Read the migration guide »
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Visit the Frequently Asked Questions page to view answers to common questions.
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