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Restore a Replica Set to a New Environment with Percona Backup for MongoDB

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Percona Backup for MongoDB (PBM) is our open source tool for backing up MongoDB clusters. Initially, the tool was developed for restoring the backups in the same environment they are taken. In this post, I will show you how to restore a backup to a new environment instead.
Let’s assume you followed the instructions to […]

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5 Things Developers Should Know Before Deploying MongoDB

Developers Should Know Before Deploying MongoDB

MongoDB is one of the most popular databases and is one of the easiest NoSQL databases to set up. Oftentimes, developers want a quick environment to just test out an idea they have for an application or to try and figure out a good data model for their data without waiting for their Operations […]

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MongoDB Backup Best Practices

MongoDB Backup Best Practices

Why Take Backups?
Regular database backups are a crucial part of guarding against unintended data loss events. They are even more important for the restoration and continuation of business operations.
In this blog, we will be discussing different backup strategies and their use cases along with Pros and Cons and a few other tips.
Generally, there are […]

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Percona Backup for MongoDB v1.2 Released

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Percona Backup for MongoDB v1.2 is out! In a nutshell it offers (much) faster compression choices, backup cancellation, and assorted convenience features such as a universal backup deletion command and progress logging.
And, for the DBAs out there in the field, we’ve added a whole extra binary (pbm-speed-test) that will give a quick way to […]

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