This sponsored post is produced by 10gen, the MongoDB company.

10gen, the MongoDB company, recently launched backup capabilities as part of MongoDB Management Service (MMS). Using MMS, MongoDB users can now seamlessly back up their deployments to the cloud. MMS eliminates the need for custom backup solutions, letting operations teams rest easy knowing that their deployments are safe in case of a disaster scenario.

The backup capabilities of MMS expand the existing MongoDB Management Service functionality, which also includes real-time monitoring and alerting for MongoDB deployments. MMS Backup also offers point-in-time recovery, integrated security, and supports sharded clusters. In addition to protecting data from disaster, restores can be used to seed secondary nodes or populate dev or QA environments without impacting production systems.

MongoDB is one of the most popular open-source technologies, with more than four million downloads and a thriving global community. Designed for how we build and run applications today, MongoDB empowers organizations to be more agile and scalable. As companies of all sizes deploy MongoDB, MMS enables developers and devops professionals to easily manage their MongoDB infrastructure.

To get started with MongoDB Management Service, sign up for an account at MongoDB monitoring and alerting are free; backup is a pay-as-you-go service billed via credit card.