MongoDB is the leading NoSQL, JSON-style document store engine used by companies of all sizes, across all industries and for a wide variety of applications. With schema-less databases, it allows applications to evolve easily, while still providing the functionality developers expect from a database and more, including a query language, primary-secondary replication, and sharding, among others.
ObjectRocket has been built to ensure fast performance for MongoDB. The network stack, file system, OS kernel, and MongoDB itself, all have been carefully and meticulously designed with a holistic approach to making MongoDB as fast as possible. Each instance is also stored on pure solid-state disk (SSD).
When an instance is provisioned, it’s automatically multiplexed across multiple pods. Multiple load balanced MongoDB servers provide access, and replica sets with at least one secondary are standard. Backups are done automatically for each instance.
ObjectRocket is now available in six data centres across the world - the UK, Hong Kong, Australia and three in the USA. This means that customers in these Rackspace data centres benefit from low latency and no additional bandwidth charges via direct ServiceNet connectivity. In selected data centres we also have a direct connection to AWS meaning great speeds if you choose to migrate your MongoDB database, or lower latency if you connect ObjectRocket to your apps hosted at AWS.
ObjectRocket is the only inherently sharded MongoDB provider, enabling you to provision an instance in seconds and grow automatically without pain. Start small and scale automatically or with a single click. You can also choose a plan to suit your workload: lots of smaller shards for high throughput, or fewer larger shards for lots of data but just a few queries. ObjectRocket has options from a few gigabytes to multiple terabytes.
Deep MongoDB Expertise
ObjectRocket strives to provide an easy-to-use, pre-configured, amazing MongoDB experience. However, if there are ever problems, issues, or maybe you just have MongoDB-related questions, our expert engineering staff is here to help.