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ObjectRocket Delivers Fully Managed MongoDB-as-a-Service On Microsoft Azure For Access to Deeper Database Expertise and Better Performance

ObjectRocket, a database-as-a-service (DBaaS) company offering solutions that leverage some of the most popular open source database technologies, today announced fully-managed MongoDB-as-a-service available on Microsoft Azure Cloud. Customers now have the ability to manage their MongoDB instance via the ObjectRocket Control Panel, with 24x7x365 access to the ObjectRocket database team and deep MongoDB expertise.

ObjectRocket offers a purpose-built data platform fully managed and supported by data engineers and DBAs, giving businesses of all size access to unlock the power of open source, enterprise-grade technology. ObjectRocket for MongoDB is a uniquely designed, fully managed database-as-a-service solution that delivers significant cost savings and lightning-fast speed to customers managing data from anywhere. ObjectRocket now supports customer applications across the globe that run on Microsoft Azure.

"Our new offering makes it easier for businesses to build, run, and scale applications that use MongoDB in the cloud," said Stephen Nolan, general manager, ObjectRocket. "For example, businesses whose applications reside in Germany and want their data as close to their application as possible, will enjoy greater ease of access and management, while also incorporating data rules and regulations under the GDPR."

ObjectRocket for MongoDB on the Azure offering was generated in collaboration with customers in an early Beta program. Several of these customers used MongoDB to power their Sitecore Experience Database, a scalable repository that collects and connects customer data in real-time. This means marketers have access to a single view of every individual customer to more accurately deliver highly personalized experiences.

"We regularly leverage the ObjectRocket services to solve our clients' Sitecore xDB needs, as it's easy to ensure their xDB solution operates at optimal efficiency," said Jason Perry, CEO of Engagency. "We never have to worry about deploying hardware, installing software, configuring backups or dealing with the specifics of sharing and replication. And if a MongoDB issue or question arises, the ObjectRocket team is quick to respond."

Fully managed MongoDB on Azure is available now from ObjectRocket. MongoDB instances are dedicated clusters of Azure virtual machines linked together and managed within an ObjectRocket Azure subscription. This ensures optimal performance while allowing ObjectRocket to configure, monitor, and upgrade MongoDB instances, so customers can focus on their application and not worry about the database.

Published Tuesday, March 13, 2018 3:55 PM by David Marshall
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