Reap the Benefits of MongoDB without the Worry of Production Challenges
Building modern applications with ObjectRocket for MongoDB
What to expect
How an organization stores, manages, analyzes, and uses data has a direct impact on its success. Database decisions directly affect how quickly new applications and features go to market, support business growth, and improve customer experience while enhancing business agility and reducing costs.
Over the last decade, companies have shifted their workloads to NoSQL databases, such as MongoDB, because the old relational model no longer meets the needs of their application or their development teams.
In this white paper, we will cover three motivations for shifting workloads to NoSQL, what MongoDB is, how it’s used, and the complexities that arise as these production instances of MongoDB grow. We’ll review the importance of expertise as it relates to managing, scaling, upgrading, and optimizing these databases to help organizations determine if they are prepared to managed these database challenges in-house or if it makes more sense to outsource these tasks to a database as a service company.
Why managed MongoDB?
Open source NoSQL databases, such as MongoDB, adapt easily and are best suited to manage the needs of modern application development. However, as with any evolving technology, NoSQL databases require experience and expertise to effectively manage, scale, and optimize the database for the desired application.