Tag - MongoDB

Top 5 Features Developers Love About MongoDB

Developers Love About MongoDB

MongoDB is one of the most admired and effortless NoSQL databases to set up. Developers want to spend time building the features for their application, and with MongoDB, developers can build the application quickly while utilizing well-supported infrastructure and high availability with automatic failover.
In this blog post, we will discuss the top five things […]

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MongoDB Sharding & Replication 101 – The Community’s Questions Answered!

MongoDB 101 Sharding and Replication

A few weeks ago I sat down and talked about tuning MongoDB memory settings with Mike Grayson, one of our MongoDB Database Engineers here at Percona. If you have not seen the video I would recommend it.  Since then I have heard from people in the community about other topics they would like to […]

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Deploying Any Version of Leading Open Source Databases for Tests and Experiments

Deploying Any Version of Leading Open Source Databases

I want to present a tool for running a specific version of open source databases in a single instance, replication setups, and Kubernetes. AnyDbVer deploys MySQL/MariaDB/MongoDB/PostgreSQL for testing and experiments.
It Could Be Started By…
Docker (or Podman) or dbdeployer (MySQL-Sandbox successor) could also start a specific database version, but such installations are significantly different from […]

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Achieving a More Secure MongoDB with Percona Monitoring and Management’s Security Tool

More Secure MongoDB

Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) is a great way to monitor your MongoDB deployment for things like memory, CPU, inter-database metrics like wiredTiger cache utilization, read/write ticket utilization, Query Analytics, and many, many more.  Did you know that in addition to all that, it also has a security threat tool?  In this blog, we’ll […]

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Getting Started with MongoDB in OpenShift Using the Percona Server for MongoDB Kubernetes Operator

MongoDB in OpenShift

Kubernetes has become an integral part of many architectures and has continued to rise in popularity.  Kubernetes is an open source platform for managing containerized workloads and services.  One approach to running Kubernetes is Redhat’s OpenShift.  OpenShift is RedHat’s name for its family of containerization products.  The main part of OpenShift and the product […]

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