MongoDB with 1000 IOPS
MongoDB for AWS Marketplace is the high performance, document database that you love tuned and optimized for Amazon Web Services and provisioned IOPS. MongoDB is a general-purpose database built for scalability, performance and high availability. Instead of storing data in rows and columns as one would with a relational database, MongoDB stores a binary form of JSON documents (BSON). Auto-sharding allows MongoDB to scale from single server deployments to large, complex multi-data center architectures. Leveraging native caching and RAM, MongoDB provides high performance for both reads... Read more
Linux/Unix, Amazon Linux 5.5
64-bit Amazon Machine Image (AMI) (Read more)
AWS Services Required
Amazon EC2, Amazon EBS
- This AMI comes pre-configured with a high performance storage configuration using Provisioned IOPS EBS. It includes a 200gb volume rated at 1000 IOPS for MongoDB's data directory, a 25gb volume rated at 250 IOPS for MongoDB's journal, and a 10gb volume rated at 100 IOPS for log storage.
- Agile, scalable document database. Organizations of all sizes use MongoDB to quickly and easily develop, scale and operate applications.
- MongoDB provides full index support, including secondary, compound and geospatial indexes. MongoDB also features a rich query language; atomic update modifiers; text search; the Aggregation Framework for analytics similar to SQL GROUP BY operations; and MapReduce for complex, in-place data analysis.
MongoDB for AWS Marketplace is the high performance, document database that you love tuned and optimized for Amazon Web Services and provisioned IOPS. MongoDB is a general-purpose database built for scalability, performance and high availability. Instead of storing data in rows and columns as one would with a relational database, MongoDB stores a binary form of JSON documents (BSON). Auto-sharding allows MongoDB to scale from single server deployments to large, complex multi-data center architectures. Leveraging native caching and RAM, MongoDB provides high performance for both reads and writes. Built-in replication with automated failover enables enterprise-grade reliability and operational flexibility. MongoDB also provides native, idiomatic drivers for all popular programming languages and frameworks to make development natural.
- Version: 2.6.5
- Available on AWS Marketplace Since: 05/07/2013
To get started with MongoDB, you can view the quick start guide at http://docs.mongodb.org/ecosystem/tutorial/deploy-mongodb-from-aws-marketplace/
MongoDB with 1000 IOPS
With a MongoDB Support Subscription, you'll have 24x7 access to our support through Jira, where you can ask questions of 10gen's experts whenever you want. 10gen's worldwide support organization is on call and ready to help you resolve any issues that come up with your deployment. Whether your database is having performance problems, or if you just want advice on operational procedures, you can be sure you've got the world's most experienced MongoDB experts on call and ready to assist.
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